In 1420, Henry faced an uphill battle again; his negotiations had failed with both Dauphinists and Burgundians, and instead they'd patched it up. So he faced an alliance – Dauphinist, Armagnac, Orleanist, Burgundian – Scot – against the English. And then came a meeting on a bridge that changed everything.
For those of you who enjoyed Kevin Stroud's History of English segment, here's a link to his website and his estimable podcast – The History of English.
By the way…for some reason, Kevin's bit only comes out of one channel. Sorry about that, when I find a moment I'll put it right. For the moment, make sure you've got two speakers working.
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What History of English episode are you referring to? Can’t find it on your blog. Already love Kevin’s great podcast.
ach…Todd, I am confused. I thought I was referring to the segment in my podcast, but it’s already a distant dream…
ach…sorry I was the confused one, I hadn’t listened to the current podcast yet when I asked, I thought you were referring to some other guest episode, now that I have listened I understand you were referring to a brief segment within the current episode which was a great idea by the way. I love both your podcasts. Thanks!
Did anyone else just get silence for Kevin’s segment?
Sorry everyone, for some reason, Kevin’s bit only comes out of one channel. Sorry about that, when I find a moment I’ll put it right. For the moment, make sure you’ve got two speakers working.