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Sunday, October 18, 2015


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Hello again,

As I'm working my way thru THOE with great enjoyment but being far from up to date I apologise if this is old hat, but I feel as you're moving towards the Tudors I must recommend this:

'A History of England from the Tudors to the Stuarts'
Link: http://www.audible.com/pd/History/A-History-of-England-from-the-Tudors-to-the-Stuarts-Audiobook/B00D97SK7Q/ref=a_search_c4_1_3_srTtl?qid=1445195628&sr=1-3

It's an absolutely superb series of lectures on (surprise) the Tudor and Stuart era of British history. If you find it expensive, be advised that it's not uncommon to find it on sale at least twice a year.

Also, I must add a Caveat to an earlier post of mine; being a modern (well.. reasonably modern, we all get older don't we) Swede I of course judged the pronunciation of "Cnut" by modern Scandinavian practice. In fact my knowledge of ancient Scandinavian is Nil, Nada or as you would put it; Zip. So as far as I know they might have pronounced "Cnut" to ryhme with "Herbivore"...

Tony ap cardiff

145 episodes in 3 weeks.. So be with you in real time :). I'm really really enjoying the series, great pace, informative and mild humour. Any chance you could post a picture of the shed.

Paul Godden

As a podcast subscriber, when I download this episode (and 153 too coincidentally) all I seem to get is two gentlemen talking in Spanish(?) for over an hour. Is it just me or has David gone a bit left field on this one?

This one plays on online as streaming OK though, so I'll have to find time to listen at home. I normally listen on the move.

The History of England

Hi all, really sorry about this; it's something to do with the new provider Acast, they are looking at it and hopefully will get it resolved soon...I think it's divine justice for me advertising.


im with tony, we want to see the shed. i hope its painted in heraldic colours

The History of England

Sadly it's a little dull...

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