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Friday, December 24, 2010

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brocks

Just discovered this, and I'm very impressed. One suggestion: for easy preview and review, you might put a little more detailed outline of the material (names, dates, etc.) on the webpage for those of us whose memories are not what they used to be. I look forward to the rest of the lectures.

The History of England

Excellent ! Glad you like it. Yup, there's been more than one comment that there's a lot of names to remember in particualr. I habour an ambition to do a 'who's who', but difficult to find the time to go back to old posts., But I'll probably do so going forward (from episode 39 at the time of writing!)

Matt

I'm new to your podcast, and so far it is excellent. However the maps/images on your website are too small to read even when i click on them. Is there any chance of providing links to full size versions?

Matt

Awesome just found these! Is there any way we can go back even before the Anglo Saxons? I'd love to hear about as early as we know.

Laura Miller

Hi. My mother and I have just discovered your fabulous blog but we're having a problem downloading the first podcast. When we click 'download podcast' it just plays but doesn't download. We are both technically challenged so please help!!!! Thanks for a great blog! x

Sam

I found your podcast thanks to a recommendation at History Books Review. I enjoyed the first one and plan
to catch up to the current one.

The History of England

Hi Sam - thank you and welcome. They get better, I promise...took me until Alfred really to have any idea of what I was doing. I love your email address by the way!

Donna Schindler

So excited about finding this!!! Will be listening to one a day or perhaps two in chronological order with my child!

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