Transatlantic History Ramblings

In September, I was invited on to the THR show by hosts Brian (New York State, USA) and Lauren (Wales).

They liked me so much – or was it that I just rambled on and on? – that they invited me back for a second show, though this time with my partner and co-creator Ray Gairns (camera, lights, sound, minder).

So if you have a bit of time to spare, check out episodes 127 and 128 by following the link below.

We both really enjoyed the experience, and our hosts were full of great questions. I particularly recommend part 2 because you get to find out what Ray, my recipe guinea pig, really thinks about my modern-medieval cuisine.

Brian asked me to point out that all their ‘episodes are listed as explicit due to language and some topics, such as historical crime, that may not be suitable for all listeners’. There may be the occasional profanity and adult theme in the two episodes, particularly episode 127.

Episode 128, Interview begins at 23:30;

Episode 127, interview begins at 27:10.

Click on the pic below or go to Transatlantic History Ramblings.

Published by Christopher Monk

Dr Christopher Monk is creating Modern Medieval Cuisine

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