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Dan Snow – Humanity, History and Humour

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Award-Winning Historian, TV presenter, and Podcaster Dan Snow joins The Humourology Podcast to discuss the history of humour. From Neanderthals to now, Dan shares how humans have used humour to communicate and survive.

Popular historian and podcaster, Dan Snow joins Paul Boross to discuss how humour has been the most human trait throughout history. As one of the most celebrated historians in the country, Dan Snow knows a thing or two about the most prolific people of the past. What did all these legendary leaders have in common? A great sense of humour.

 

“Humour was, in many ways, essential to survival.”

 

Dan delves into the power humour to unite people. Hear his historically proven ways to use humour to help communicate and connect with all of humanity. Join us this week on The Humourology Podcast to hear how you can help history repeat itself by using laughter to lead.

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