Lucy Worsley’s first episode of “British History’s Biggest Fibs” aired last night and some very positive reviews in the Press today. My graphics looked very good and, indeed, I noticed that my Shakespeare drawing got used rather more than I expected! All worthwhile. Do, meanwhile, check it out on BBCiplayer!
The title changed a few times during production, so here is a different version of the title sequence:
Next week is the Glorious Revolution (a contrast to the french Revolution, of course) and the final week will be the British Raj.
The Producer wrote to me today to say that the first programme had got an audience of 1.3 million, very good indeed for BBC4 which usually gets audiences of about 500,000.
Meanwhile, here is my version of a painting Lear did in 1863 of the island of Philae which will accompany “the Lear Suite” by David Watson:
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beautiful work as ever, sir.
I love lucy!
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brilliant work here and on screen, professor Tim
thank you, sir