Daisy Dunn

Must all history programming be ‘relevant’?

Plus: a podcast hosted by Minnie Driver loosely based on the Proust Questionnaire

King Edward VII, aka Tum-Tum, with his anorexic wife Queen Alexandra in the grounds of Mar Lodge, Scotland. Photo: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection / Corbis / Getty Images

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