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Glad you like it!

ocifant wrote:
What was the criteria for inclusion on these tours?

We simply asked Mark Horton and Phil Harding for the eight sites they wanted to feature. These are their favourites.

ocifant wrote:
Are there plans for any more of these routes? Cumbria, Cornwall and areas of Wales and Scotland are crying out for similar treatment!

Not as far as I know. We wanted to do this locally because we have so many interesting ancient sites in these parts.

All the other spin-off stuff that the BBC has done can be found here (use the clickable map): http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/handsonhistory/

Hope this helps,
Cheers,
David.


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2nd March 2011ce
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