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Hi all…and welcome to Episode 2, where Roifield uses all his arts and eloquence to persuade David to put a product of the West Midlands into the Cabinet – Ska. If you don’t know what Ska is, follow the Ska wikipedia link – but it’s the musical form that helped racial integration, and more importantly, helped me to dance.
Plus, Fiona does a round up of the debate on 1066 from last week, which is brilliant, thank you Fiona. All agreed that deep pan pizza is…
Well, back to Ska, I say West Midlands but of course it’s a bit more complicated than that, I was simply having a cheap shot at Coventry. Sorry; And here we go with the link to the episode on Acast – but as always you can find it on iTunes and a good podcatcher near you. Acast Things that made England link
What is the Things that Made England Podcast?
Things that made England is a podcast, an affectionate meandering through the high ways and by ways of England and the English, the country that, despite all temptations, we both feel proud to be part of. It is the work of podcasters Roifield Brown of 10 American Presidents fame, and David Crowther of the History of England notoriety.
Every fortnight, one of us makes a proposal to the other, and we talk it through, discussing its significance and impact. When all is done, we decide whether or not our chosen idea should be enshrined in the Great English Trophy Cabinet – and ask anyone who is interesting to comment and vote on whether or not we made the right decision. And tell us what they think should go in the cabinet.