Thursday, June 15th, 2023

In this latest episode, the Unexpected duo, Professor James Daybell and Dr Sam Willis explore the UNEXPECTED history of CORRIDORS! Which is all about the history of humanitarian corridors, it’s about Victorian hierarchy, French social planning, madness, crime and social control, and the anti-corridic (yes, that is a term!) world of the open space. It is also all about diplomacy and corridors of power (via C.P. Snow), as well as war and new corridors! Who knew!

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