Summary: Podcast by Jim Frost
In episode 8 of The Fall of Celtic Britain we look at the rise of the Anglo Saxons in the late 5th and early 6th centuries.
In episode 7 we look at the reigns of two kings, Urian and his son Owen. We also discuss the Battle of Arfderydd which took place during the reign of King Rhun whom we discussed last episode.
In episode 6 we look at the monarchs Maelgwynand his son Rhun.
In episode 5 Jim looks at Celtic Britain in the period immediately after King Arthur's death sometime after the year 520 CE
In episode 4 we look at the state of Celtic Britain in the time of King Arthur and examine the historical evidence for the military and political situation at that time.
In this episode Jim continues to examine the state of Celtic Britain in the late 5th century.
In episode 2 of The Fall of Celtic Britain we look at the Wars the Britains fought agains their foreign enemies
Welcome to episode 1 of Holisitic History's brand new series "The Fall of Celtic Britain" In this series Jim will outline the military history of Britain from the time it became independent of the Roman empire in 410 until the fall of the central government in 682. In episode 1 Jim outlines the conditions that to Britain becoming independent and continues to the reign of Vortigern.
In this, the last episode of The Quest for King Arthur we look at the some of the legends that have grown up around King Arthur and his time.
In episode 10 Jim takes a break from narrating and hands the reins over to Tony. In episode 10 we continue the discussion of the form of government that the Britians used in the post Roman period that was begun i episode 9.
In episode nine of The quest For King Arthur Jim presents his arguments as to why he thinks the accepted idea that Britain was ruled by a high king at this time is wrong. Jim argues that instead of a high king, Brtain was ruled by a central government.
In episode 8 Jim looks at the evidence linking Arthur to Glastonbury in Somerset.
In episode 7 Jim examines hte evidence linking King Arthur with the kingdom of Dumnonia in the southwestern part of Britain that is today Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.
In Episode 6 Jim tells us about the two battles that King Arthur is said to have lost.
In this episode Jim tells us about King Arthur's greatest victory, the battle of Baden Hill.