The Great Fire of London: two historians discuss the events and legacy of the 1666 blaze
Alexander Larman and Nicholas Kenyon discuss the events and legacy of the 1666 blaze
Recorded shortly before the 350th anniversary of the 1666 blaze, historical author Alexander Larman describes how the inferno devastated London. Meanwhile, we speak to Nicholas Kenyon, director of the Barbican Centre, about the rebuilding of the city that took place after the Great Fire of London and, later, following the Blitz.
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