Ep 300: Prince Philip

Ep 300: Prince Philip

In the wake of his death, Al Murray and James Holland discuss the Duke of Edinburgh’s war record and his role in the Royal Navy. 

They also answer questions on Civilian Affairs and Hanz Speidels’ drinking habit.

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