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Greg Jenner

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Greg Jenner is a British public historian, broadcaster, and author with a particular interest in communicating History through pop culture and humour. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (FRHistS) and an Honorary Research Associate at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Greg is the creator, presenter, and executive producer of BBC Sounds’ funny history podcast You’re Dead to Me which pairs up top comedians with expert historians to cover global history.

Greg has recently focused on audio projects, and his other BBC Radio 4 projects have included the acclaimed children’s educational series Homeschool History (made during Covid lockdown).

He was recently the expert adviser for YouTube Kids’ animated educational comedy series Corpse Talk, which was nominated for a RTS award. Most notably, from 2008-2019, he was a key part of CBBC’s phenomenally successful comedy sketch show Horrible Histories, which has won over 50 international awards, as well as its BAFTA-nominated spinoff movie Horrible Histories: Rotten Romans.

Greg is the author (and audiobook narrator) of four published books: A Million Years In A Day, Dead Famous, Ask A Historian, and his first children’s book, You are History. He is now writing a series of children’s books called Totally Chaotic History!

His website is

You can find Greg on most social media sites under the handle @Greg_Jenner

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