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« on: April 03, 2012, 06:12:12 PM »

new series on channel 5 tonight at 8.00pm - PUB DIG.  a history / archeological programme looking at the history of public houses  hosted by Rory Mcgrath and Paul Blinkhorn (not sure if any in wales are looked at, I guess not) the first is a pub in Chatham, Kent, digging through 400yrs of naval history, finding relics from the time of Nelson and the British Empire, but aim to find a lost tudor dockyard with links to the Armada..
Got to be better than that twit on Mudmen has'nt it Grin
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