We’re heading back to 2019 for this, the final episode of series 1. It’s December and we’re in Sussex to have a brisk winter stroll around Devil’s Dyke, which was VERY MUDDY (we found this out the har...Show More
It’s a return to the Wars of the Roses this week as we lay sightseeing-siege to Warwick Castle, once home to the warmongering 16th Earl of Warwick, Richard ‘the Kingmaker’ Neville.
Expect archery,...Show More
We’re up in Manchester, Will’s former stomping ground. Although the nostalgia need not end there as we’re in town to visit The Whitworth, an Art Gallery where the young Will used also used to woo the...Show More
We've chosen not to release an episode this week so we can focus on the ongoing discussions around the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Our voices are not two which need to...Show More
It’s March, well it isn’t, but in this episode it very much is. March the 11th to be precise and we’re going to Kew Botanical Gardens. Good news for two reasons, you can’t actually go there currently...Show More
This week we head back to the start of the year and Cheshire to take a good look at Beeston Castle, an Iron Age fort atop a very steep hill. Apparently, the castle is the hiding place of Richard II l...Show More
This week we head back to February and our trip to Leicester’s King Richard III Visitor Centre. Now King Richard III has a bit of a reputation and Laura is NOT a fan, but will she change her mind by ...Show More
In our first – ever – episode we take you to Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire on bright but blustery day in February. Blenheim, an absolutely massive and very posh house, is home to the Duke ...Show More