Uncancelled History is a ten episode series that re-evaluates events, people, and ideas from the past that have otherwise been cancelled.
Douglas Murray is a British author and political commentator, who — along with his guests — looks at great figures of the past through their historical context.
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Introducing Uncancelled History
with Douglas Murray
Robert E. Lee
with Jonathan Horn
Jonathan Horn joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss Robert E. Lee’s infamous legacy. The two dissect his childhood, military career and life after the war. Should Robert E. Lee stay cancelled? Premieres November 21.
with Bruce Gilley
Bruce Gilley joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss one of the biggest sins of the west – Colonialism. From antiquity to modernity, the two give an in-depth examination of the practice. Should Colonialism stay cancelled?
with Jean Yarbrough
Jean Yarbrough joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss Thomas Jefferson’s life and legacy. They talk about the Declaration of Independence, his presidency, and the various controversies that have surrounded him. Should Thomas Jefferson stay cancelled?
with Andrew Ferguson
On this episode, Douglas Murray is joined by Andrew Ferguson to discuss the life and legacy of the the Great Emancipator. The two dissect his early life, political career, and the Civil war. Should Abraham Lincoln stay cancelled? Douglas Murray is a British author and political commentator, who — along with his guests — looks at great figures of the past through their historical context.
with Andrew Roberts
Andrew Roberts joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss Winston Churchill. The two discuss the soldier, writer and prime minister in detail, leaving nothing off limits. Should the British Bulldog stay cancelled?
with Allen Guelzo
Allen Guelzo joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss George Washington. From his early childhood to his years as president, the two analyze the founding father’s legacy. Should the first president stay cancelled?
Age of the Explorers
with Felipe Fernández-Armesto
Felipe Fernández-Armesto joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss the Age of the Explorers. From Magellan to Christopher Columbus, the two give an in-depth examination of the era. Should the Age of the Explorers stay cancelled?
with Thomas Chatterton Williams
Thomas Chatterton Williams joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss the Classics. From Socrates to Voltaire, they conduct a thorough analysis of the western figures deemed inherently racist. Should the Classics stay cancelled?
with Henry Clark
Henry Clark joins Douglas Murray to discuss the Enlightenment. From Hume to Montesquieu the two discuss the philosophers of the enlightenment at length. Should the age of enlightenment stay cancelled?
with Bill McClay
Join Douglas Murray as he delves into the life of Theodore Roosevelt with special guest Bill McClay. From TR's tumultuous upbringing to his rise in politics and eventual presidency, they explore the man behind the legend. Can Teddy Roosevelt escape being cancelled?
Uncancelled History is a ten-part podcast and Youtube series that reevaluates historical occurrences, figures, and concepts that have been boycotted and spurned from contemporary society. British author and political analyst Douglas Murray, alongside his expert guests, uncovers facts and examines these great figures in the context of their times.