Christopher Lee's history of Britain provides the definitive radio account of the events and personalities that have shaped our nation. From foreign invasions and war to economic crises and social revolution, this is a compelling journey through centuries of dramatic change.
Volume 4, covering the years 1547 to 1660, describes some momentous events: the long reign of Elizabeth I; the personal union of England and Scotland under her successor, James VI and I; and, of course, the Civil War, the execution of Charles I, and the abolition of the monarchy for 11 years.
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"Wonderful....This Sceptred Isle has provided one of the greatest treats for listeners in recent years." (Sunday Times)
Well done with insights from various sources, including Winston Churchill from his book series on the English Speaking People. Have the whole series
7 out of 10
Robert Cecil. A lawyer.
Ease of listening.
No. But listened to it twice.
Great series. But where is Vol. 5 1660 - 1702?
The mix of narrators is superb and makes listening to a complex story an absolute pleasure. This series is something I've listened to time and again.
The way the narration works and the clarity of the story, even if you are not a history buff you will enjoy it.
She is a superb narrator and all her characters are excellent.
Sorry no good at this.
Of course you get the best out of this of you listen on order.
"I didn't know that!"
Another well written history which, as with the rest of the series, was beautifully read. I'm pleased to say that it told me some new facts and corrected others. Well done, super book
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