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The Dubious Book of Famous Deeds

Host Paul Bates dismantles the British Empire one deed at a time as he guides us through history, as told by a skewed and suspect book from 1889.
Aug 09 2021

Chapter 5. Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld, or: Wall to Wall Freaks

The Dubious Book of Famous Deeds

Chapter 5. Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld, or: Wall to Wall Freaks

00:46:27 Download (85MB)

Paul is reunited with Nug Nahrgang and Lee Smart, his co-hosts of the hilarious sci-fi comedy podcast Illusionoid. Together they learn the tale of Adolph Nordenskiöld, the Arctic explorer and discoverer of the north-east passage: a man whose family were weirdos, whose mouth got him in all sorts of trouble, and whose rich daddy got him out of it.

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