Ep 273: Family Stories – Valentine’s Day

Ep 273: Family Stories – Valentine’s Day

A special edition of Family Stories today to mark Valentine’s Day.

While researching his new book James uncovered letters from Bill Wharton, who fought with the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry. 

This episode is dedicated to the love letters Bill sent to his wife during the war.

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