Rethink [The Long View]

Episodes

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01The Unexpected Impact Of The Black Death2020062220200802 (R4)
20200801 (R4)
Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode one - Dr Helen Lacey on the unforeseen consequences of the Black Death of 1349 on British society.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode one - Dr Helen Lacey on the unforeseen consequences of the Black Death of 1349 on British society.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode one - Dr Helen Lacey on the unforeseen consequences of the Black Death of 1349 on British society.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

02The Unexpected Impact Of Influenza On The English Reformation2020062320200809 (R4)
20200808 (R4)
Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Two - Prof Diarmaid MacCulloch on the profound impact the 'flu epidemic of 1558 had on the future of the Protestant Reformation in England.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Two - Prof Diarmaid MacCulloch on the profound impact the 'flu epidemic of 1558 had on the future of the Protestant Reformation in England.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Two - Prof Diarmaid MacCulloch on the profound impact the 'flu epidemic of 1558 had on the future of the Protestant Reformation in England.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

03The Unexpected Impact Of The Loss Of The American Colonies20200624Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Three - Prof Adam Smith on the unforeseen consequences of the loss of the American Colonies at the end of the C18th.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

04The Unexpected Impact Of Spanish Flu On The Interwar Years2020062520200816 (R4)
20200815 (R4)
Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Four - Scientist and author Laura Spinney explores the hidden role the impact of the Spanish Flu had on the inter-war years.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Four - Scientist and author Laura Spinney explores the hidden role the impact of the Spanish Flu had on the inter-war years.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Four - Scientist and author Laura Spinney explores the hidden role the impact of the Spanish Flu had on the inter-war years.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Four - Scientist and author Laura Spinney explores the hidden role the impact of the Spanish Flu had on the inter-war years.

Producer: Tom Alban

Jonathan Freedland and guest explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

05The Unexpected Impact Of World War Two On British Society2020062620200823 (R4)
20200822 (R4)
Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Five - Prof David Kynaston on the unexpected outcomes of wartime thinking on how to rebuild post-war Britain.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Five - Prof David Kynaston on the unexpected outcomes of wartime thinking on how to rebuild post-war Britain.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Five - Prof David Kynaston on the unexpected outcomes of wartime thinking on how to rebuild post-war Britain.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Five - Prof David Kynaston on the unexpected outcomes of wartime thinking on how to rebuild post-war Britain.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events

Jonathan Freedland returns with a special series of The Long View for the Radio 4 Rethink season. As the country looks for the best ways to recover from the pandemic and examine how it might change society for the better in its aftermath, Jonathan and his guests consider national crises in our past and ask how those in power at the time sought to rethink their future.

Episode Five - Prof David Kynaston on the unexpected outcomes of wartime thinking on how to rebuild post-war Britain.

Producer: Philip Sellars

Jonathan Freedland and guests explore how Britain has recovered from crises in its history

History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events