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Life Of Caesar

By Cameron Reilly & Ray Harris

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Join veteran podcasters Ray Harris (The World War II Podcast) and Cameron Reilly (The Napoleon Bonaparte Podcast) as they go on a journey to discover the true story about the Caesars. WARNING: This podcast contains jokes, rude words and music.

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A podcast solely on Caesar sounds like it would be hard to mess up. And I'm undecided if they're messing it up. My opinion is with content rich podcasts, I like listening to them multiple times because they have so much information to digest. But this podcast ignores this by constantly going off topic. I really like the WWII podcaster, but the Australian grates me by not keeping to the subject.

A bit aimless

Two intelligent, well-informed guys doing a patchy, poorly-produced historical podcast.

For example, in the first instalment they talk at length about Caesar's relationship to Sulla, without providing any background on who Sulla was. It's an insiders' conversation between two people who already know more about the topic than the listeners do.

Ultimately I turned it off after twenty minutes, because one of the presenters was recorded very soft, so you crank the volume up to hear him, then get blasted by the other bloke, who's at full volume.

People don’t know quality.

I don’t understand the complaints on here. The podcasters (?) make a good point; if you want a comprehensive book like review of Caesar, read one of those paper things with harder paper covers. They wouldn’t know quality if it crept up and “entertained” them in a sweaty pirate cove. I enjoy this both as a history graduate, a lover of fine food and someone who needs entertaining and factual information to listen to at the gym. Carry on, gentlemen.

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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