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The Heart of England

Season 10 Episode 1001 | 25m 02s

At Oxford and Cambridge, we'll see where kings and prime ministers studied. Then we'll wander through Blenheim Palace and visit the Industrial Revolution at Ironbridge Gorge.

Aired: 10/05/18 | Expires: 07/17/27
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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