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This edition investigates the nation's multicultural past and ethnic minorities during the Elizabethan era.
Justin Champion looks at two great puritan figures from Elizabethan England.
The diary of Lady Hoby and the insights into her world, are the earliest personal records we have of a gentlewoman's life.
Ignatius Jurdain wanted to make Exeter a 'godly city upon a hill'.
|01||03||Crime And Punishment||20030326|
This edition investigates crime and punishment with a look at murderers, serial killers and executioners.
|01||04||Women In The Alehouse||20030327|
Gossiping about the Queen, slandering reputations and prostitution.
Justin Champion spends an evening in female company down the Elizabethan Alehouse.
This edition explores the life of John Dee, one of the great intellectuals and alchemists of the time.