About Tomorrow Never Knows

Tomorrow Never Knows is a podcast by historians Charlotte Lydia Riley and Emma Lundin in which we share our thoughts based on what we know, what we've heard, what we've seen and what we've listened to.

The podcast is named after one of The Beatles' best songs and one of our favourite Mad Men scene, and it launched in October 2017 - sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know when the next episode is available. You can also follow us on Twitter @TNKpod.

 

 

Dr Charlotte Lydia Riley is a lecturer in 20th-century British history at the University of Southampton. She works on the history of the British empire and decolonization, the Labour Party and political culture, development and humanitarianism, abortion and women's rights. Read more about Charlotte here and follow her on Twitter @lottelydia.

Dr Charlotte Lydia Riley is a lecturer in 20th-century British history at the University of Southampton. She works on the history of the British empire and decolonization, the Labour Party and political culture, development and humanitarianism, abortion and women's rights. Read more about Charlotte here and follow her on Twitter @lottelydia.

Dr Emma Elinor Lundin is a historian and journalist interested in 20th-century liberation movements. That includes internationalist socialism, transnational women's and feminist activism, decolonisation and minority rights movements. She teaches at Queen Mary University of London. Read more about Emma here and follow her on Twitter at @emmaelinor.

Dr Emma Elinor Lundin is a historian and journalist interested in 20th-century liberation movements. That includes internationalist socialism, transnational women's and feminist activism, decolonisation and minority rights movements. She teaches at Queen Mary University of London. Read more about Emma here and follow her on Twitter at @emmaelinor.