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The best podcasts November 2019—People’s Landscapes and Beatles City

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People’s Landscapes, National Trust This sweeping podcast from the National Trust, presented by John Sergeant, is about how Britain’s geology shapes the country’s history, culture and communities, from the evolution of our languages to the roots of neighbourhood feuds. Its four bite-size episodes are refreshing when so many podcasts have hours to catch up on, and the story is evocatively told by Sergeant with help from Horrible Histories author Terry Deary, historian and broadcaster Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough, and singer-songwriter Caryl Parry Jones.

Beatles City, Liverpool Echo

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