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Thanks chiefly to the excavators, we now know a great deal more about Roman Britain than was being taught in schools a generation ago: and the more we learn, tho more we admire the civilization that the Romans gave our country sixteen hundred years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Quennell will talk of the Roman roads, the public buildings, houses and furniture, the churches and temples and amphitheatres and some of the social customs of Roman Britain.

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Speaker:
Marjorie Quennell
Speaker:
C.H.B. Quennell

EVEN to Southerners, Lancashire is known as the home of good food: no fancy cooking, nor savoury dishes at whose contents one can only guess. but honest old-fashioned food simply cooked. Hot-pots, Yorkshire pudding (despite its name), and those blood puddings that look so villainous in the shop windows and so appetizing on your plate - such are the things they eat in Lancashire whilst they are thinking what England will think tomorrow.

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