Ep 155: Tea With Monty

Ep 155: Tea With Monty

Each day this week James Holland and Al Murray will be joined by a celebrated historian on We Have Ways of Making You Chalke. With the Chalke Valley History Festival cancelled some of the top historians have instead agreed to come on the pod.

Today historian and broadcaster Michael Wood discusses Chinese history and the time he had tea with Monty.

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