This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. A tiny little Queen with enormous power – reputed to have had no sense of humour. That’s how most people know Queen Victoria, but in fact she was a progressive, sensitive and quite strident woman in an age where those things were mostly frowned upon. Let’s see if you’re amused in this episode of Blind History...

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Simón Bolívar was the Napoleon of South America - although if you called him that, he might have cut your head off. He could have had the easy life of a rich landowner in Venezuela, but chose instead to create a new Europe in South America. Bolívar made a mark on South America that endures to this day... and is one of the few men in history to have a country named after him.

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Pol Pot sounds like the kind of dish you’d order at a Cambodian restaurant - but it’s actually the name of one of the most horrific people ever to walk the Earth. For some reason he never makes it to the first division of truly maniacal, genocidal monsters of history... he’s always in the second tier, despite his own murderous efforts to make his mark. In his effort to socially engineer Cambodia, he killed more than a third of his people - and millions of bodies in mass graves are his grisly monument.

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13.10.20 Pt 2 - Why would anyone believe Oprah over and above the word of their own father? And to be clear, that's your father the Lord God, and indeed your biological father - it seems Oprah trumps both for some. Are plants a gift or a burden? Blind History returns... and this week we feature South African titan Paul Kruger.

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Although he was born Stefanus, nobody ever called him that. Paul Kruger went from pioneer, hunter and farmer to being the loneliest old man in Switzerland, dying on the banks of Lake Geneva. The part in between was remarkable. 

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09.10.20 Pt 2 - Can you manufacture love, or do people need to fall in love? Should you be considered mean if you are equally mean to everyone... people always say be consistent, well go to hell Janet AND Sipho! It's important to note, just because something is true, it doesn't make it interesting - nobody cares about your deadbeat ex-boyfriend Melanie. Donald Trump says he's immune to Covid, now that's something we can work with!

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06.10.20 Pt 2 - Are there any alternatives for content creators from YouTube and Vimeo? Is the world becoming a cesspool of censorship? How can citizens address the biases within large scale media? Is there a way to cancel, cancel culture? Blind History returns... this week's episode features cult socialist idol Che Guevara.

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Che Guevara is a pop icon and an inspiration to the rebels of the world. But many don’t know that he was a medical student, an adventurer, and a husband. This episode of Blind History takes us from Argentina to Guatemala, then from Mexico to Cuba. We even stop in the Congo... with our journey finally ending in Bolivia.

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This sign language interpreted video has been adapted from the podcast 'Blind History' - created by CliffCentral.com and Taylor Blinds & Shutters. Perhaps no other American family was ever so photographed, written about, talked about, admired, hated and controversial. Were they brilliant, heroic, extraordinary people or arrogant, competitive, self-absorbed children of a wilful, overambitious patriarch? Most people think they know the Kennedys. We’ll tell you what you don’t know.

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29.09.20 Pt 2 - If you want a summer body, get a personal trainer like RBG had... he will even push your physical limits beyond the grave. If you hate someone, should they come to your funeral? The real tragedy of death is not being able to tell your first wife that she wasn't your favourite. Nqobile tells us about his online dating social experiment... and Blind History is back - this week we feature founding father George Washington.

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