Professor Simon Catling and Dr Tony Eaude were recently interviewed about Humanities 20:20 by Mark Taylor of NAPE (National Association for Primary Education) and the podcast has just been released. This explains the thinking behind Humanities 20:20 in more detail than is possible in the manifesto. Simon and Tony describe how the ideas have developed over several years as a result of concern about the marginalization of the humanities; but how this thinking fits well with the new Ofsted Framework’s call for schools to demonstrate that they are providing a balanced and broadly-based curriculum especially in Key Stage 2. We hope that you find this useful but please be aware that it is just under an hour long. The link to the podcast is https://www.educationonfire.com/nape033/ We would be pleased to receive any feedback or ideas on how schools, other organizations, teacher educators or individuals can raise the profile of, and improve the quality of learning and teaching in, the humanities.