• Six Degrees of Separation – well almost!
    Six Degrees of Separation – well almost!
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    Further to her earlier post on the travails of a group of Fleet Street ladies in gaining the same rights of their male counterparts in a local watering hole, Tina Baxter returns to share more fascinating stories of characters and connections along one of London’s most infamous thoroughfares. As I am sure happens with the…

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  • All that Glisters is not Gold
    All that Glisters is not Gold
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    The City of London has been a key centre of trading since its foundation by the Romans.  As part of our special season of Shakespeare walks to mark the 400th anniversary of his death, David Charnick explores how one aspect of this defining characteristic influenced Shakespeare and his fellow dramatists. A Moroccan prince, faced with…

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