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John of Gaunt, Knight of the Order of the Garter - his armor stood 6'9" tall. His wife was Catherine Swynford Princess and Duchess of Lancaster Roet. Catherine's sister Philippa was married to Geoffrey Chaucer (Canterbury Tales)
A recipe for Comms success? - All Things IC
This week I came across the phrase ‘corporate blancmange’ and it got me thinking. It was used by the Head of the BBC’s Olympic coverage, Roger Mosey, who was quoted in The Sun as saying he wanted to “try things” rather than let the opening ceremony “become some corporate blancmange that no one likes at […]
The Canterbury Tales in Rap Form
I posted a link to this on the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page yesterday, but I want to let folks who aren't Facebook users see it too. Canadian artist Baba Brinkman has produced two rap versions of The Canterbury Tales for your listening enjoyment. The Rap Canterbury Tales was his Brinkman's first effort which is broken into 13 tracks. The Canterbury Tales Remixed was Brinkman's second effort broken into 10 tracks. The albums are available on "pay what you want" model. You can…
The Canterbury Tales ("California Dreamin" by the Mamas and the Papas)
Music video made by history teachers - crazy history teachers. (original instrumental)
The Knight's Tale from the Canterbury Tales. We've actually done several from TCTs in a production called The Bawdy Five, presented as inn yard pieces.