Sweet Makers at Christmas

  1. Montero

    Montero Senior Member

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  2. Jo Zebedee

    Jo Zebedee writes books about people.

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    Enjoyed it a lot :)
     
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  3. The Judge

    The Judge Truth. Order. Moderation. Staff Member

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    Thanks for this! I thoroughly enjoyed the Tudor and Georgian ones they did, which are the periods that most interest me, but hadn't noticed they were doing another programme, so thanks to you I've just been able to catch it on iPlayer.


    I'll move the thread over to the History section, as it's very relevant there for research purposes (I've made notes!).
     
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  4. Talysia

    Talysia Lady of Autumn

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    I've got this lined up to watch tonight, and I'm really looking forward to it. I love programmes like this.:)
     
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