Heroes and Villains
This event has finished Took place on: Thursday, 17th Nov 2016
Dan Snow talks about his favourite heroes and villains from history, including Richard I, General Wolfe, Napoleon and Wellington.
Dan will also take questions about his adventures and television programmes, as well as the work he is doing with the History Hit podcast.
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