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Historical Literature Joan Dunnett Podcast TTT Scotland Season 3 Sir Walter Scott

Season 3 Episode 16: Joan Dunnett on Reading Sir Walter Scott

Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia. Thank you for listening in. I am your host Rebecca Budd, and I am looking forward to sharing this moment with you.  I am delighted and thrilled that my friend, Joan Dunnett, writer of “Tides of Change,” and I have once again bridged the 7,059 kilometres between Edinburgh and […]

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Dr. Leith Davis Lyon in Mourning Podcast TTT Scotland Season 3

Season 3 Episode 15: Dr. Leith Davis on The Lyon in Mourning

Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia.  Thank you for listening in. I am thrilled that I am meeting up with Dr. Leith Davis, Professor of English at Simon Fraser University. She is a co-founder of the Department of English’s Master of Arts program with Specialization in Print Culture and is the Director of Simon Fraser […]

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Historical Literature Joan Dunnett Podcast TTT Scotland Season 2

Season 2 Episode 47: Tides of Change with Joan Dunnett

It is May 1704, and we are at sea just off the east coast of Scotland…. “James Lightfoot didn’t want to be put ashore at Figgate Whins. It was a dangerous place. He might be robbed of his remaining few possessions. He waited on the deck of the merchantman while the crew loaded bundles onto […]

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Romance Literature Scotland Season 2 Shehanne Moore

Season 2 Episode 41: The Art of Romance with Shehanne Moore

“If her body was fed to the crows in one-inch pieces, before her eyes and all she needed to do to stop it was kiss him, she’d sooner the crows didn’t go hungry.” Shehanne Moore,  The Unraveling of Lady Fury   Welcome to Tea, Toast and Trivia. Thank you for listening in. I am travelling […]