Episodes

  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    This week we’re darting around folk festivals from history to learn their strange traditions; we’ll be heading to Lincolnshire to learn about the Haxey Hood, to Gloucester for the Cheese Rolling and finally off to America to learn of the once enormously popular phenomenon of Horse Diving.

    And was telly better when it ended around midnight and signed off with the national anthem? The answer is yes, so don’t add to that debate. But if you’ve got anything else you can email: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
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    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
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    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This week we’re darting around folk festivals from history to learn their strange traditions; we’ll be heading to Lincolnshire to learn about the Haxey Hood, to Gloucester for the Cheese Rolling and finally off to America to learn of the once enormously popular phenomenon of Horse Diving.

    And was telly better when it ended around midnight and signed off with the national anthem? The answer is yes, so don’t add to that debate. But if you’ve got anything else you can email: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    This week on the show we’re discussing the magnificent inventions invented by early US Presidents! For you we have George Washington’s threshing barn (not a pub), Thomas Jefferson’s wheelie chair (as exciting as it sounds) and Benjamin Franklin’s lightning rod (not as rude as it sounds).

    When exactly was the golden age of parking? We can’t decide if it was the coin-based or app-based eras. If you have anything on parking, inventions or anything else, you know what to do: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This week on the show we’re discussing the magnificent inventions invented by early US Presidents! For you we have George Washington’s threshing barn (not a pub), Thomas Jefferson’s wheelie chair (as exciting as it sounds) and Benjamin Franklin’s lightning rod (not as rude as it sounds).

    When exactly was the golden age of parking? We can’t decide if it was the coin-based or app-based eras. If you have anything on parking, inventions or anything else, you know what to do: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    It’s our first ever sequel episode and this week we’re looking at one of our favourite subjects: Blunders. We’ll be discussing a man often regarded as one of the worst US Presidents ever, Andrew Johnson (not the striker or Elis’ old flatmate), the Swiss Army and how they accidentally invaded another country and how the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II got soundly beaten on the battlefield.

    This week we found out that Tom literally once hit the headlines and that headline was ‘IDIOT’. We also heard our first Correspondence sting and there was plenty of examples of people getting stuck in coats. If you’d like to get in touch about that or anything else, you know what to do: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    And thank you for subscribing! We couldn't make the show without you!

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • It’s our first ever sequel episode and this week we’re looking at one of our favourite subjects: Blunders. We’ll be discussing a man often regarded as one of the worst US Presidents ever, Andrew Johnson (not the striker or Elis’ old flatmate), the Swiss Army and how they accidentally invaded another country and how the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II got soundly beaten on the battlefield.

    This week we found out that Tom literally once hit the headlines and that headline was ‘IDIOT’. We also heard our first Correspondence sting and there was plenty of examples of people getting stuck in coats. If you’d like to get in touch about that or anything else, you know what to do: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    And thank you for subscribing! We couldn't make the show without you!

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    Let’s point our ears in the direction of some of the greatest oratory from history, because this week we’re discussing: Speeches. Henry V’s St Crispin’s Day speech (both in fiction and non-fiction), Elizabeth I at Tilbury and the campaigning of John Petts.

    We found out this week that Tom Craine’s favourite speech was performed by THAT guy from Come Dine With Me. Can you name a better speech? On this and anything else, you can email us at: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • Let’s point our ears in the direction of some of the greatest oratory from history, because this week we’re discussing: Speeches. Henry V’s St Crispin’s Day speech (both in fiction and non-fiction), Elizabeth I at Tilbury and the campaigning of John Petts.

    We found out this week that Tom Craine’s favourite speech was performed by THAT guy from Come Dine With Me. Can you name a better speech? On this and anything else, you can email us at: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    It’s time to take a look at some of the most infamous criminals history has to offer; the story of Bonnie and Clyde, the infamous Al Capone and American crime boss Arnold ‘The Brain’ Rothstein.

    Also.. What were you doing during the great storms of the past? If you’ve got anything on that or anything at all! Do send us an email at: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • It’s time to take a look at some of the most infamous criminals history has to offer; the story of Bonnie and Clyde, the infamous Al Capone and American crime boss Arnold ‘The Brain’ Rothstein.

    Also.. What were you doing during the great storms of the past? If you’ve got anything on that or anything at all! Do send us an email at: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    This week on the we’re discussing Gangs ie. proper mean ones so not the Scouts (Chris) or the Boys Brigade (Elis). We’ll be taking a look at some of the razor gangs of Glasgow, the infamous American mafia and going back in time to see what gangland was like in Medieval Britain.

    Have you ever landed on a rhubarb patch? Would you like to live on Cockney Island? And want to hear what Welsh sounds like in another accent? You know what to do, drop us an email at: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This week on the we’re discussing Gangs ie. proper mean ones so not the Scouts (Chris) or the Boys Brigade (Elis). We’ll be taking a look at some of the razor gangs of Glasgow, the infamous American mafia and going back in time to see what gangland was like in Medieval Britain.

    Have you ever landed on a rhubarb patch? Would you like to live on Cockney Island? And want to hear what Welsh sounds like in another accent? You know what to do, drop us an email at: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    This week we’re talking about unique weather events through history. From the great freeze of 1899 that plunged Miami to sub-zero temperatures, the great storm (in the UK) of 1987 (and how badly Michael Fish got it all BANG WRONG) and of course, the LONG-HOT-SUMMER-OF-NINETEEN-SEVENTY-SIX (which Elis’ parents WILL NOT STOP GOING ON ABOUT).

    Plus there’s even more Jeremy Bentham bantz. And if you want to get in touch with the show, you know what to do: [email protected]

    And YES! You may have spotted a new numbering system. Well, we haven’t gone straight from episode #39 to episode #44 by accident (!), we have in fact retroactively applied episode numbers to old subscriber specials:
    #40 Heroes (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)
    #41 Gifts (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)
    #42 Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)
    #43 Protests (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)

    When informed of this, Tom Craine said he felt “absolutely no emotion whatsoever” - but nonetheless, there’s the explanation for those who need it.

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • This week we’re talking about unique weather events through history. From the great freeze of 1899 that plunged Miami to sub-zero temperatures, the great storm (in the UK) of 1987 (and how badly Michael Fish got it all BANG WRONG) and of course, the LONG-HOT-SUMMER-OF-NINETEEN-SEVENTY-SIX (which Elis’ parents WILL NOT STOP GOING ON ABOUT).

    Plus there’s even more Jeremy Bentham bantz. And if you want to get in touch with the show, you know what to do: [email protected]

    And YES! You may have spotted a new numbering system. Well, we haven’t gone straight from episode #39 to episode #44 by accident (!), we have in fact retroactively applied episode numbers to old subscriber specials:
    #40 Heroes (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)
    #41 Gifts (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)
    #42 Sex, Drugs and Rock n Roll (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)
    #43 Protests (OWAT: Full Timer Edition)

    When informed of this, Tom Craine said he felt “absolutely no emotion whatsoever” - but nonetheless, there’s the explanation for those who need it.

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    In this episode we’ll be taking a look at incredible stories of survival through history; from the men of the American Civil War who had their lives saved via a Bible in their pocket, Alexander Selkirk - the man whose story inspired Robinson Crusoe, Violet Jessop - who survived three infamous ships of the White Star Line and the bonus bit for the OWAT: Full Timers this week is ‘the miracle of the Andes’ ie. the story of the Uruguayan rugby team who survived a plane crash in the Andes and were forced into cannibalism to overcome starvation (among many, many other hardships).

    Elsewhere, this week we’re discussing ‘Custardo’ and whether this is a realistic alternative for Tom given his love of drinking neat custard. We also discuss whether it’s appropriate to bring the embalmed bones of Jeremy Bentham on tour with us. If you’ve got anything to add on anything here, you know what to do: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • In this episode we’ll be taking a look at incredible stories of survival through history; from the men of the American Civil War who had their lives saved via a Bible in their pocket, Alexander Selkirk - the man whose story inspired Robinson Crusoe, Violet Jessop - who survived three infamous ships of the White Star Line and the bonus bit for the OWAT: Full Timers this week is ‘the miracle of the Andes’ ie. the story of the Uruguayan rugby team who survived a plane crash in the Andes and were forced into cannibalism to overcome starvation (among many, many other hardships).

    Elsewhere, this week we’re discussing ‘Custardo’ and whether this is a realistic alternative for Tom given his love of drinking neat custard. We also discuss whether it’s appropriate to bring the embalmed bones of Jeremy Bentham on tour with us. If you’ve got anything to add on anything here, you know what to do: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - two bonus episodes every month!
    - ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    This week we’re looking at some of the all-time great corpses. We’ll be taking a look at the Tollund Man, a whole bunch of corpses still on display around the world, what the Roman’s did with corpses; plus our bonus bit for the OWAT: Full Timers this week is the yarn of what happened to William The Conquerer’s mortal remains.

    Plus, Corrections Corner is back and it’s Tom on the naughty step. We also get to hear what Welsh sounds like in a Manchester accent. If you’ve got anything to send our way, feel free to ping it to: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - the 4th part of every episode and ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - a bonus episode every month
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • This week we’re looking at some of the all-time great corpses. We’ll be taking a look at the Tollund Man, a whole bunch of corpses still on display around the world, what the Roman’s did with corpses; plus our bonus bit for the OWAT: Full Timers this week is the yarn of what happened to William The Conquerer’s mortal remains.

    Plus, Corrections Corner is back and it’s Tom on the naughty step. We also get to hear what Welsh sounds like in a Manchester accent. If you’ve got anything to send our way, feel free to ping it to: [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - the 4th part of every episode and ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - a bonus episode every month
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • This is Part 2! For Part 1, check the feed from yesterday!

    This week on the show we’re taking a trip to 10 Downing Street to analyse Prime Ministers from yonder. We’ll be taking a look at Lloyd George, Margaret Thatcher, Ramsey MacDonald and the full timers will this week get their bonus 4th part on Robert Walpole (who was not, I repeat NOT, the world’s tallest man).

    On that note, is it possible to look 22 years old when you’re nearly 9ft? And Elis’ mum would regularly walk two miles to school when she was 4 years old; do you know anyone who can beat that record? To touch on this or anything else, you can get in touch with the show via [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - the 4th part of every episode and ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - a bonus episode every month
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

    You can also follow us on: 
    X (formerly Twitter) at @ohwhatatimepod
    And Instagram at @ohwhatatimepod

    Aaannnd if you like it, why not drop us a review in your podcast app of choice?
    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    We'll see you next week!
    Chris, Elis and Tom x
    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

  • This week on the show we’re taking a trip to 10 Downing Street to analyse Prime Ministers from yonder. We’ll be taking a look at Lloyd George, Margaret Thatcher, Ramsey MacDonald and the full timers will this week get their bonus 4th part on Robert Walpole (who was not, I repeat NOT, the world’s tallest man).

    On that note, is it possible to look 22 years old when you’re nearly 9ft? And Elis’ mum would regularly walk two miles to school when she was 4 years old; do you know anyone who can beat that record? To touch on this or anything else, you can get in touch with the show via [email protected]

    If you're impatient and want both parts in one lovely go next time plus a whole lot more(!), why not treat yourself and become an Oh What A Time: FULL TIMER?
    In exchange for your £4.99 per month to support the show, you'll get:
    - the 4th part of every episode and ad-free listening
    - episodes a week ahead of everyone else
    - a bonus episode every month
    - And first dibs on any live show tickets

    Subscriptions are available via AnotherSlice, Apple and Spotify. For all the links head to: ohwhatatime.com

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    Thank you to Dan Evans for the artwork (idrawforfood.co.uk).

    We'll see you next week!
    Chris, Elis and Tom x
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