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Egham Oddities: The Egham Museum Podcast

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It's Christmas and it's time for our Christmas special.  Join Steven Franklin as he trawls through the archive, picking out some of the funniest moments, horrendous gaffs, and bits that didn't make the final episodes.  Be prepared to both laugh
Steven Franklin and the Egham Museum team discuss the important questions surrounding three photos from the collection.  With the help of local writer, director, and producer, Rob Valentine, the team talk about these three photos, what they say
Steven Franklin and the Egham Museum team discuss the important questions surrounding a lawn boot.  With the help of our artist in residence, Estella Castle, the team talk about all the recent great work the museum has been doing and have a goo
Steven Franklin and his guests discuss the important questions surrounding a selection of oddities relating to Elsie Couch, a former munitionette who worked at the Lagonda factory during the First World War. With the help of podcasting legends,
Unsatisfied with producing the best independent heritage podcast in the UK, the team at Egham Museum has set itself the challenge of winning the My Rode Cast competition.  In order to fit the criteria, we've distilled the spirit of the Oddites
Steven Franklin and his guests put the logistical issues of lock down behind them, recording their first remote podcast using the wonderful powers of the internet! In an Oddities first, this episode doesn't showcase an item from our collection,
Steven Franklin and his guests discuss the important questions surrounding a trio of oddities relating to George De Worms. Where did they come from? Why is it part of Egham Museum's collection?  And is it normal to find 100 year old hair in the
Bring on the Oddity! We're back with another episode and this time we're discussing the important questions surrounding Tips for Tea, a housework manual for Edwardian women written by Mabel I. Rivers.  How did the object arrive into the Museum'
Steven Franklin and his guests discuss the important questions surrounding the mystery Runnymede glass. Where did it come from? Why is it part of Egham Museum's collection?  What does it tell us about people's attitudes to their local past?  Bu
Steven Franklin and his guests discuss the important questions surrounding Mow, Egham Museum's golden cockerel. Where did he come from? Why is he part of Egham Museum's collection? Does he count as history? What does he tell us about people's a
Steven introduces this new podcast, brought to you by the team at Egham Museum.  If you like history, museums, and talking about the oddities within their collections, this is the podcast for you. Presenter: Steven Franklin Edited: Charlie Par
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