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Sunday, January 19, 2014


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The first new episode since I've caught up! Keep up the great work, David, and I hope my meager donation helps - your podcast is one of the best!

Samantha Mason


I have spent the last couple of months listening to your podcast, after starting from the beginning. I really enjoy it, and appreciate the hard work you put into it! I am really excited that we are finally past Edward III, at this rate it will be 5 years until we get to Victoria! I have recommended your podcast to several fellow anglophiles (I live in the United States) and they are all impressed as well! Keep up the great work, and thank you so much!

Samantha M.


I have been anxiously awaiting the hundred years war for what seems like a hundred years, and though I'm happy to know how to pronounce the name of good ol' king Shore-Ditch, I am in heaven with Charles the Bad... or hell, anyway I'm really enjoying this. To those that say "get on with it already" I counter with: Slow down and soak up the tiddly bits. The middle ages only end once. Keep it up!

The History of England

Hurrah! Samantha, I suspect that by the time we get to Victoria my son will be an old man and I will be a distant memory. But hey, I'll enjoy getting there...if you see what I mean. And Silverstairs, yes it's a good point! I'm looking forward to Charles thee Bad's final nemesis...not a good way to go...

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