A History of England announcement

Our dear friend and podcaster David has fallen ill and is postponing future episodes of The History of England for the next couple of months. We expect him to return to the microphone and be creating new material come spring.

All features and media will continue to be available to members on the History of England website. Any future media will be immediately made available upon its release.

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38 thoughts on “A History of England announcement

  1. Please pass on my best wishes for a full recovery to David. I hope he is back on his feet again soon. In the mean time I shall miss his cheery voice radiating out to the world from his shed.

  2. That sounds serious. My best wishing to David and David’s family. Get well, be healthy and we’ll be here, of course.

  3. This was a shock to hear. Please get well but don’t push yourself. We’re not going anywhere. All my prayers are with you and your family.

  4. All the best to David. I hope he recovers fully and soon. I love this man. A late adopter, I am still in the 14th Century.

  5. I am very sorry to hear that! David, you have often wished us listeners good luck at the end of you podcast. Please let me return that now, and wish you the very best of luck and a speedy recovery!

  6. I am so sorry to hear that. I sincerely hope he has a full recovery very soon. My very best to the whole family.

  7. All the best David. I have been listening to your podcasts for months now on my commute to work. I love your passion and your humour. Get well soon

  8. I am so sorry to hear that you are poorly. Your podcasts are constant sources of joy for me, and provide so much entertainment for me on my commute! I hope so much that you feel better soon. Best wishes!

  9. Wishing Mr. Crowther a full recovery in as easy, painless, and fast a manner as possible! Fast for his own ease, because as much as new episodes of his joyous and thorough recounting of English history will be missed, I’d happily wait a Very Long Time Indeed for his complete recovery. We’re all rooting for you!
    Love from America (Pittsburgh),
    S.

  10. We will all miss you, David. I wish you a speedy recovery. May you find yourself healthy, happy and once again ensconced in your beloved shed.

    Mark

  11. I’m sorry to hear you are not well, David. I love your podcasts for the history and for your great sense of humor. My thoughts are with you and hope you make a speedy recovery!

  12. So sorry to hear this, David. We’re all pulling for you and wishing you all the best, and asking you to take all the time you need to take care of yourself. As said above, we aren’t going anywhere — we’ll keep you in our hearts and the podcast is our feeds, looking forward to hearing you mangle Welsh names once again in full health.

  13. So sorry to hear you are poorly, David. I think we can call you David, as you are the friendly voice of sanity from the shed for so many of us who are grateful for your splendid histories. God speed your return, and best wishes to you and your family.

  14. Sorry to hear you are unwell, David. Please take care of yourself and we will be here and waiting when you are feeling good once more.

  15. Very sorry to hear you are unwell David. Wishing you all the best for a speedy recovery and like many of your loyal listeners, I will really miss your cheery voice and excellent podcasts. I will look forward to your return when you are feeling better. Get well soon and have a lovely time with your family over Christmas.

  16. Dear David,
    So sorry to hear that you’re unwell. Wishing you a very speedy recovery.
    With very best wishes from West Chiltington Parish!

  17. David, please feel better soon. But yes, take your time to recover. We will be here when you return. You are a rare gift to history and your voice is a treasure. And it is a joy to listen to someone who hates cucumbers as much as I do! Much love for a healthy recovery!

  18. David – I have been listening to you for years. I look forward to your speedy recovery so that i can listen to your wit and commentary once again. Get well soon.

  19. Best wishes from France for a full and speedy recovery David. I look forward to the return of you and your life enhancing podcast.

  20. David – You bring so much joy and leaning to so many people. Thank you for that. You are a treasure. Please take care of yourself. Best wishes to you and your family.

  21. So sorry to hear about David’s illness. I join with the multitude around the world who enjoy his work and wish him every comfort and an early and full recovery.

  22. Oh my, I am so sorry to hear you are under the weather. I am sure that I can say that all of your listeners will miss you, but exhort you to take your time and recover fully.
    Beat wishes to you and your family

  23. Will very much miss listening to your dulcet voice and screamingly funny sense of humor. Hope you recover soon as you have the best podcast.

  24. Get well soon, David. Your podcast is extraordinary and I have learned so much from you, but please take your time and don’t return until you are fully ready. There are more important things….

  25. Wendy and I are so sorry to hear that you’re unwell. We’re very fond of you, and have learned so much, even repeating episodes to get to grips with things. Very best to you and take every care.

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