Carey Mulligan, Jonathan Ross and the baffling Baftas

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First off, apologies: this blog doesn’t have anything to do with Robin Hood, medieval history, my books or any of the stuff I’m supposed to be doing here – but I hope you’ll grant me a little latitude today to express my puzzlement at Jonathan Ross’s lacklustre performance at the Baftas on telly last night. […]

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Cat Deeley or the gay crusader?

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I said to my wife this morning: should I do a post today about Cat Deeley and how weird she looked on the final of So You Think You Can Dance? Or should I write about whether Richard the Lionheart was gay? She gave me a withering look and said: “Which one do you think […]

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A bit of news and an old joke

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Hi guys, Not much to report this week, except for the good news that Outlaw is going to be reissued in the spring with a chunk of Holy Warrior (just the first chapter, I think) stuck in the back after the Historical Note. The idea is to give new people who buy Outlaw a taste […]

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