Not a Lot of People Know This… podcast

A weekly series of podcasts about the Regiments of the Household Cavalry written and recorded by the Regimental Historian, Christopher Joll, formerly of The Life Guards.

These anecdotes are drawn from Christopher Joll’s recently published books:

The Drum Horse in the Fountain: Tales of the Heroes; Rogues in the Guards

and

Spoils of War: The Treasures, Trophies & Trivia of the British Army

Both books are published by Nine Elms Books and are obtainable from www.nineelmsbooks.co.uk or www.amazon.co.uk

Downloads here (text PDF and audio MP3):

Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 1 – text

Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 1 – audio

Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 2 – text

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 3 – audio 

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 4 – audio 

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 5 – audio 

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 6 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 7 – audio 

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 8 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 9 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 10 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 11 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 12 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 13 – audio

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 14 – video

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 15 – video

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 16 – video

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 17 – video

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 18 – video

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Not a Lot of People Know This – Podcast 19 – video

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