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How To Make Butter – The Victorian Way
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How To Make Butter – The Victorian Way

Ah, morning Fanny. Good morning, Mrs Crocombe! I think I’d like some butter with herbs. Of course, would you prefer parsley or…thyme? I think thyme. – Of course. Thank you dear. – Thank you, Mrs Crocombe. Good day. Oh I

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Grooming A Horse – The Victorian Way
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Grooming A Horse – The Victorian Way

Morning, I’m John Barker, I’m one of the grooms here at Audley End. I’ve just finished mucking out one of the stables and I’m about to go groom one of the horses. You can give me a hand if you

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1824 English Gingerbread 18th Century Cooking with Jas Townsend and Son S5E18
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1824 English Gingerbread 18th Century Cooking with Jas Townsend and Son S5E18

In this episode, I’m taking a step into the future. Well, not really so much the future. Normally we focus on the 18th century. In this episode, we’re going to be doing an early 19th century recipe. The recipe I’m

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The Journalists Who Outraced “Around the World in Eighty Days” – Drunk History
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The Journalists Who Outraced “Around the World in Eighty Days” – Drunk History

and Elizabeth Bisland and the race round the globe. [laughs] What a race.So Nellie Bly is the “fost”–the “fost” famous.[laughs] – She’s the “fost” famous. – She’s the–the “fost mamous”– She’s the most famous female journalist of her day.And she’s

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What made great 19th century French music?
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What made great 19th century French music?

French music in the 19th century, particularly towards the end, is an extraordinary mix of the traditional, progressive and innovative, each vying for attention. Yes, Saint-Saëns was producing some of the most glorious orchestral, and chamber works in a solid

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Voice of the Past: Alfred Dreyfus
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Voice of the Past: Alfred Dreyfus

July 20, 1906 was a beautiful day for France and the Republic. My case was over. Lieutenant Colonel Picquart had been reinstated in the army with the rank of brigade general as compensation for persecutions he had suffered for having

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Hot Chocolate In The 19th Century
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Hot Chocolate In The 19th Century

We’re swamped here at James Townsend and son And we’re preparing several different great cooking episodes coming up instead of not giving you anything today? I went back into the archives [I] got this great episode with Ivy and I

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Top Finds: 19th-Century Fake Sèvres Box & Fake Ludwigsburg Urn
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Top Finds: 19th-Century Fake Sèvres Box & Fake Ludwigsburg Urn

APPRAISER: Well, I understand that in January 11, 1981, you attended an auction and you bought these two impressive pieces of porcelain. Tell me about how you happened to attend that auction. GUEST: The auction was from the estate of

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