filthy cities -Dan Snow

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filthy cities -Dan Snow

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had to turn over from this last night, it got to the stage where there was just too much human waste and blood and gore, and very little of how things were improved. Not at all sure Versailles would have had animals running free in the passages and hallways. what do others think?
fast removing B&Q boxes from re-enactment, and hoping to do the same for sash cord guy ropes

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Turned over part way through the first episode - did turn back when Steve came in just to see if it was really as sensationalist as I thought it was. Didn't bother with last night's one. Says it all really!

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Turned over as soon as I saw the demonstratiion of medieval trepanning using a 17th century trepanning drill.

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Is this available on iPlayer?

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