Christopher Lee's history of Britain provides the definitive radio account of the events and personalities that have shaped the British nation. From foreign invasions and war to economic crises and social revolution, this is a compelling journey through centuries of dramatic change.
Volume 3, covering the years 1327 to 1547, takes us through a bloody and turbulent time in English history: the Hundred Years' War with France, the Peasants' Revolt, the triumph of Henry V at Agincourt, the Wars of the Roses, and, of course, the reign of the larger-than-life Henry VIII.
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I read a lot, but love the spoken word for when I'm driving or cooking, and recently replacing the TV.
Brilliant, bold, bloody
Discovering more about the Black Prince. You expect one te of person and get another.
Her excellent reading adds passion and authority.
Sorry don't do this
Yes, this type of review doesn't leave as much scope as it might. I don't care about films or TV series so can we lose those questions?
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