Natalie Haynes takes a fresh look at the ancient world, creating stand-up routines about figures from ancient Greece and Rome.
The real story of the famous snake-haired mythological woman?
A mythological equivalent to Eve with a bit of Sleeping Beauty thrown in. With Edith Hall
The wife of Oedipus. And mother. A still spellbindingly shocking story. With Edith Hall.
The worst wife in Greek myth. Or was she? With Professor Edith Hall.
Helen of Troy
Natalie Haynes tells stories of the most beautiful woman in the world, Helen of Troy.
Penthesilea, Amazon Warrior Queen
Natalie Haynes tells the story of Penthesilea, Amazon warrior Queen.
Natalie Haynes tells Eurydice's story from a new perspective. With Llewelyn Morgan.
Natalie Haynes tells of Penelope, the clever woman behind The Odyssey.
Natalie Haynes stands up for Aristotle, with Dr Adam Rutherford and Professor Edith Hall.
Roman British Women: Claudia Severa.
Natalie Haynes on Claudia Severa, with guests Llewelyn Morgan and Paul Roberts.
Natalie stands up for Roman biographer Suetonius, with Llewelyn Morgan and Anita Anand.
Homer: The Iliad
Natalie Haynes stands up for Homer's Iliad.
Natalie Haynes stands up in the name of Roman historian Livy. With Al Murray.
Natalie Haynes stands up for Greek playwright Euripides, whose Medea still shocks.
Natalie Haynes stands up for Roman poet Horace. With guests Llewelyn Morgan and Ben Okri.
Natalie Haynes stands up for Phryne, the Greek courtesan famed for her wit and beauty.
Natalie Haynes stands up for Roman satirist Juvenal. With guest Armando Iannucci.
Natalie Haynes stands up for the little-known but super-influential Greek writer Lucian.
Natalie Haynes stands up for the Roman orator, Cicero.
Natalie Haynes stands up for the Greek poet Sappho.