Episode 29 – a wildlife ban and a laundry copper

This week on Twisted Britain we are joined by Vicky as a guest host, Bob tells the story of Katherine Webster and the disturbing tale of Julia Martha Thomas’s death and Nadine tells the story of the first and only ABSO handed out for wildlife crime

A massive thank you  to Vicky for joining us this week

Bob on Long story

Nadine on Short story

 

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This week on Twisted Britain we are joined by Vicky as a guest host, Bob tells the story of Katherine Webster and the disturbing tale of Julia Martha Thomas's death and Nadine tells the story of the first and only ABSO handed out for wildlife crime

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Bob and Nadine recording in The Settle Inn, StirlingAbout Twisted Britain

Each week we take it in turns to tell 1 long story and 1 short story from British history always with a lean towards the twisted.

The recording happens in the back of the Settle Inn, the oldest pub in Stirling (established in 1733), so we have no idea whats going to happen during recording! We hope you feel like you’re in the pub with us, so get a drink, listen in and enjoy yourself.

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