Rosa Parks

A woman who stood up for her rights, at a time when she had none. A true inspiration to all, but could her words and experiences be translated into the modern to to help us solve the ongoing issues of racism and oppression?

Stan Lee

The hero that created hero’s. A legend in the media industry who changed the landscape of comics forever. This week I explore the life of the legend that is Stan Lee and the events that lead him to become the best known comic writer and editor of all time.

Chadwick Boseman


A hero on and off the screen, this is who Chadwick Boseman was. His tragic and shocking death has shocked many including me. This week I pay tribute to the King himself, a man who inspired the world and brought so much hope and joy. May he rest in peace, he will be missed.


The apocalypse, something yet to happen but equally something that all agree will happen. Well which of these stories is the best? I can’t say for certain but my favourite comes from the old Norse, and that story is Ragnarok. So why not sit down as I explain how the Norse thought the would meet its end.

The Tower of London

London is a city full of history and heritage, but no building symbolises this more than the Great Tower itself; better known as The Tower of London. From timber castle, to fortress, to prison, to zoo the Tower has done it all. It has housed and been the place of death for many historic figures. So why not sit down and enjoy a special hour long episode of And Finally and enjoy nearly 2000 years of history in on go.

World War 1

Pointless is a word associated with most wars, but maybe none more than The Great War; more commonly known as World War 1. 4 years of loss and tragedy, with no end in sight until one side yielded it was a tragedy like the world had never seen before. I therefore go through the details of the conflict this week, and take moments to reflect on the sombre topic at hand.