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9 aylar önce

The team searched for the remains of one of the most opulent monuments of the Tudor dynasty, Richmond Palace, home of Queen Elizabeth I. It was a royal palace since the 14th century and was almost entirely demolished 300 years later.
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@stillhuntre55 9 aylar önce
I love that ordinary people that haven't much lawn are still prepared to tell TT to dig anywhere they want - but rich people, who could afford to have everything easily replaced restrict them to three trenches.
@heatherevert274 9 aylar önce
I was also immediately annoyed that the grass was more important than finding stuff
@PLS.54 9 aylar önce
@@heatherevert274 Like Ms Bouquet and keeping up appearances. Mustn’t mess up the lawn, lovies! 😂
@kkfox7822 8 aylar önce
It’s madness! It’s Richmond Palace! Who cares about lawn?!
@ericeric363 8 aylar önce
I was just thinking. If I owned the property, I’d say dig the whole yard up. I’d want to know what else could be found.
@ceasarandrepont1243 8 aylar önce
What's there to understand? This is valuable property and it takes years and effort to get a lawn to look pristune and well manicured. People with value would understand, and you said, "oridinary people" or common folks. These people do not have to be pretentious, they have old money.
@TheOriginalRick 6 aylar önce
What a lot of viewers never consider while watching Tony run around is the work of the poor cameraman who also has to run around, but lugging a camera and mike with him everywhere. The next time you are watching a reality show and some intrepid host is hanging off the side of a cliff or deep in a cave, remember that there is support staff with him on every foot of the trip, and they have much more equipment they have to juggle also.
@lspineda5507 2 aylar önce
So much hanging So much laughing So much hair Im so envious
@michaelturknett5017 9 aylar önce
It’s such a shame that Richmond Palace was destroyed from the sketches it was quite beautiful.
@Nicolesid1 6 aylar önce
Been binging this show and I have to say Mick's Hair and Phil's cutoffs are ICONIC! And Tony's forever changing hair hints at the year of original prodcast.
@kaarlimakela3413 9 aylar önce
Having watched most episodes over 20 seasons, at least once, I always admire Tony's, I mean Sir Tony's physical approach. If Tony could run to the spot, he'll run to the spot to illustrate for the viewers the real distances. He keeps on doing it he ended up walking every mile of the isle that he can even to this day. 🥰
@monicacall7532 9 aylar önce
Wow, a TT episode that I haven’t seen! What a treat! Everyone looks so young. It’s fun to see how far geophys technology has progressed in 30 years. Long live TT!
@genicabre 9 aylar önce
I was thinking the same! 😃
@darilynkrupp6309 9 aylar önce
Time Team is one of my favorite shows and is always informative, entertaining and a joy to watch. The camaraderie and the archeologists enthusiasm for their craft add to the enjoyment as we share in the finds and failures.
@lspineda5507 2 aylar önce
So much hsir and so much laughter
@penny1186 9 aylar önce
I can’t believe the owners weren’t nicer and limited the digging at all. The lawn could be repaired. Richmond Palace finds would be good for the whole community and country
@paralogregt 9 aylar önce
If you are not english then you cannot understand the snobbery and selfishnesses of the british upper classes.
@PLS.54 9 aylar önce
@@paralogregt Indeed! You’d think they were going to take it with them when they died, instead of passing it on to the next generation.
@FontedaPipaPortugueseFarmLife 9 aylar önce
@@paralogregt Not all upper class are like that, i spent my youth with far more upper class than this, would spend hours with the Lord and his gamekeeper, who lived in one of the gatehouses who's daughter i was going out with on his massive estate, like being with normal people, no looking down their noses like this bunch but i get your point. I found this lot to be 'above themselves' and like the nouveau riche ... if anything you would think they would want to know more so they could talk loudly about while playing croquet 😉
@paralogregt 9 aylar önce
@@FontedaPipaPortugueseFarmLife yeah and i grew up on an estate owned by a Lord, everyone in the village worked for the estate and doffed their hat to the old lord, luckily its now changed and most of the houses in the village are rented out and the new younger Lord is less of a snob.
@meeeka 8 aylar önce
If it's Richmond, might it be Mick Jagger's house?
@tm502010 9 aylar önce
Amazing that a palace of such importance just… disappeared!
@janicem9225 9 aylar önce
I've always wondered how things like that even happen. Even if people stopped using it, it burned, etc, you would think there would still be something left above ground. It's crazy to think the whole thing is just gone.
@paulinelarson465 8 aylar önce
@@janicem9225 May have dismantled everything to build other structures, monstaries, churches or enhance other castles, manor houses. Maybe some stone rubble used for roads.
@michellestratford9753 5 aylar önce
I think the same thing! I mean, did somebody bury it for some reason?? Ruins of thousand year old structures are found in the deepest jungles, yet such an important structure just, what? snatched up by aliens?😂
@ashley-cz1sl 5 aylar önce
Right and then when people want o look for it and see what important things they can find the rich owners throw a fit over a 4th trench and about wanting more time.
@direfranchement 8 aylar önce
There are so many structures that I wish had survived, not just Richmond. There's Greenwitch, Whitehall, John of Gaunt's Savoy Palace, so many.
@ALT-vz3jn 6 aylar önce
Yes ❤
@lspineda5507 2 aylar önce
Yes that glass palace of Prince Albert that was white and burned 🔥
@denisecaringer4726 8 aylar önce
I have wondered about this and was delighted to find this on TRshow. Fascinating. Watched every second. Thank you so much.
@iamlalapalooza 7 aylar önce
just fascinating. And what I am interested in is what her views would have been... extrapolating from the rooms' windows at different heights, what would she see of the Thames and, doubtless, lush gardens. Even in the four seasons. : )
@gaslitworldf.melissab2897 6 aylar önce
London might just be the best place to work if you specialize in antiquities. It must be so competitive, but absolutely marvelous if you get the work. I'd settle for being an assistant if they let me sleep on a cot in one of the museums.
@charliekezza 7 aylar önce
I dug up some of my yard as I was fascinated by the history. I lived in an old stable house I found big long pegs to hold the horses, a floor and a few others
@gagatube 9 aylar önce
Good grief, a 100 year old episode of Time Team! Back from the day when the ground-penetrating radar was done by a guy on a pogo-stick and when Sir Tony was just an enthusiastic oik with hair.
@margaretbates6010 9 aylar önce
Amazing show. I grew up in East Sheen, next door to Richmond and walked along the river so many times passed that beautiful house and around the Gate House.
@mariemorgan7759 7 aylar önce
I wonder what Richmond palace interior looked like, it is sad that it didn't survive. Hampton Court palace was nearly renovated completely but William and Mary but I think they ran out of money so the original Tudor part was not demolished?
@frankieamsden7918 9 aylar önce
I think a much bigger dig was done in the 1970s so this dig was more for the TV show. They knew pretty well where it was and didn't need to dig more. You'd be surprised how much damage a filming crew can do even when they are careful. I live near a historical area that generates a lot of attention. They got permission to film back in the 70s , took precautions and were careful. Put plants back etc but the weight of the equipment made changes to the ground that couldn't be reversed.
@vmonk2 9 aylar önce
Small price to pay for a visual chronicle of discoveries that lead to a better understanding of Elizabethan history, no?
@thefrankmiller5030 8 aylar önce
Such as…?
@frankieamsden7918 8 aylar önce
@@vmonk2 We would certainly think so, but it's not our lawn being ripped up.
@lindadillon3061 9 aylar önce
In a different history show they said Elizabeth I prior to dying, retreated to the warmth of Richmond Palace as it had ducted heating.
@janicem9225 9 aylar önce
She called it her warm box, or her warm nest. If I remember correctly, it was one of, or THE favorite palace of Elizabeth's.
@mariashelly4812 9 aylar önce
"We've been restricted to only three trenches by the residents."...... Well, la-tee-dah! You'd think the residents would appreciate historic work being done. It's not like the lawn can't grow back.
@heatherevert274 9 aylar önce
hard agree. Who cares if there is a patch that looks a little younger/sparser than the rest for a while?
@renlysotherlover294 9 aylar önce
Rich people
@shanvan5003 9 aylar önce
I have to's the palace where Queen Elizabeth died
@MrBrownnn696 9 aylar önce
Lmfao funny
@catherineward1188 9 aylar önce
Maybe they are supporters of Queen Mary, Catholics.
@john9982 9 aylar önce
Big fan over here is the US. Love all the episodes. Has TimeTeam ever been told "NO" you can't dig there? Been blocked from discovering some "too sensitive"?
@TheSchmuck01 8 aylar önce
When they've dug on or near scheduled ancient monuments, the restrictions have been rigorously enforced by law. And I'm pretty sure when they've been in small backyards a few of them have said no, so of course the ones who say yes get dug and get on the telly while the ones who say no don't even get filmed.
@debravanausdale1063 8 aylar önce
Yes, dear, Time Team has indeed be denied access to dig. You must realize that the royal gentry is 200% snobbery.
@gregwilliams853 9 aylar önce
Awesome video, love to have been involved with that excavation
@townview5322 3 aylar önce
I laughed like a drain, watching Mick and Tony approach Mrs Franklin, like two kids, asking for more.
@davidharris241 9 aylar önce
I looked up Richmond Palace, and it was built beginning around 1501. Prior to that, there was another structure there called Sheen Palace (medieval) that burned down. I'm confused that this presentation refers to Richmond Palace as medieval, when clearly it wasn't.
@ferocient 9 aylar önce
The English Renaissance didn't begin until the early 16th century. Brick was the big new thing and marks the beginning of that period.
@graphiquejack 9 aylar önce
Henry VII was considered a late medieval king. If he rebuilt the bulk of the new palace, then yes, it’s medieval.
@meeeka 8 aylar önce
Sheen caught fire after Henry VII had taken power.
@katiekress7287 8 aylar önce
@@graphiquejack actually Richard 3 is considered the latest medieval king and Henry 7 is the first early modern king. It’s probably to do with the last Plantagenet King and the first Tudor King.
@katiekress7287 8 aylar önce
Opps I meant “last”.
@costrio 9 aylar önce
Well planned and brought about. Good show!
@duchessstudioband7896 8 aylar önce
I'm not too sure how I would feel about my lawn dug up, but I'm a history fanatic myself, and having history I can feel and touch is like connecting with the past. The owners here were very gallant about this. I would have loved to help them dig
@helle-miabeardenneergaard2312 6 aylar önce
I would personally dig my entire lawn up if it had a historic palace under it. Having some cool ruins is way cooler than some grass
@alix5514 4 aylar önce
They put it back! The TT bunch!!!!
@joshschneider9766 3 aylar önce
Time team put it back just like they did for every other site. And those people were being absolutely bratty. It should be a point of national pride, the fact that there's any reservations at all is just entitled rudeness.
@janinebean4276 9 aylar önce
They seriously were like “only three trenches for queen Elizabeth, the lawn will get ruined!” 😂 rich people are the WORST
@e.jenima7263 9 aylar önce
if you were rich you would not be so quick to judge! LOL But I allso do agree they were being very stuffy about the lawn, the team were being as respectfull and caifull as they could to the Knobs Lawn its not like they wanted to uproot flower beds and cut down/uproot trees but yes.
@joshschneider9766 9 aylar önce
I can afford a similar house and I'm here to tell you I find their reluctant attitude disgusting
@LostInSpace175 9 aylar önce
it annoyed me too lol
@janinebean4276 9 aylar önce
@@e.jenima7263 lmao i would absolutely still judge them. If I was rich I would give them my whole lawn to dig up for as long as it takes. If I could choose between a ridiculous useless monoculture crop you have to weed and QUEEN ELIZABETH’S PALACE DIG I’m having the dig.
@echoplots8058 7 aylar önce
To be fair, they rarely dig more than three trenches anyway, and they did find stuff. And you know nothing goes between the British and their lawns.
@speakupriseup4549 9 aylar önce
She must have been so frustrated, I lost my car keys once and I thought THAT was annoying, but wow a whole stonking PALACE!!!
@ksailor71 3 aylar önce
Such an important historical building just turn down. It’s heartbreaking. So many historical events happened there.
@Shianne264 9 aylar önce
I find it amusing that the residents, who are obviously quite well off have plastic yard
@meeeka 8 aylar önce
Good garden furniture gets nicked easily in posh neighborhoods as well.
@TheChloe1331 7 gün önce
If you're looking for the foundation wall stones....LOOK BEHIND YOU. Dollars to pounds, I'd bet they're in the home and the buildings in the area. In fact, I'd bet that most of Richmond Palace is staring you down all along the river. The bigger stones would've been hard to move unnoticed. But the bricks would've been easy as pie to take and reuse
@IndigoAwakener 9 aylar önce
Ooo how fun! Can't wait to see this!❤
@carinwiseman4309 9 aylar önce
It seems a lawn is more important than finding your most important queens palace.
@mistyeyedchick 9 aylar önce
Thanks for sharing!! How wonderful!!!
@sabejreid2072 6 aylar önce
QEI is one of my fave Queens - as well as Queen Victoria. Both we’re great for stability of the UK 🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
@pluffer241 3 aylar önce
Agreed, and same with QE2
@janinebean4276 9 aylar önce
That lead drain is INCREDIBLE!
@angelas4681 4 aylar önce
Nice to know that Phil has worn the same iconic Daisy Duke shorts for 60 years.
@e.jenima7263 9 aylar önce
They are asking to Dig The lawn area Not to wreck the gardens , uprooting flower beds and they are doing it as respectfully as they can.
@countessdelancret2447 9 aylar önce
I love this guy!❤
@redhart2281 9 aylar önce
what a treat...I loved time team. Tony has hair! This is from a while ago...but still wonderful.
@snappycatchy 3 gün önce
Oh wow, baby Simon Thurley! I know him from his Gresham College lectures, it's wild to see him so young here.
@MrWeedWacky 2 aylar önce
"we're restricted to 3 trenches"- Me: "Do they say anything about how LARGE each trench can be?"
@kaylaantonio6460 2 aylar önce
So the perfumer didn’t realize that the alcohol she distilled was going to be pure alcohol??! 🫅🏻slay kween😂
@FRADAVE02 8 aylar önce
It's nice to see that Baldrick has done well for himself and he's gotten away from Black Adder.
@charlesharper2357 4 aylar önce
His cunning plan finally worked!😁
@mskataymskatay2760 8 aylar önce
Fun and fascinating!
@gregmunro1137 6 aylar önce
Mrs Franklin, wasn’t a bad old girl - she just had to have control. She was probably having a fit of giggles behind closed doors, knowing how nervous they were to ask her about another trench.
@joshschneider9766 3 aylar önce
Yeah that's called childish narcissism.
@seitanbeatsyourmeat666 Aylar önce
@ravenbarsrepairs5594 8 aylar önce
Hilarious to see even the Brits calling the metric system rubbish.
@ACDZ123 8 aylar önce
Only because he was trained in dealing with medieval measuring etc ..metric wasn't used back then so of course he'd say that
@ceasarandrepont1243 8 aylar önce
What I do not understand, why was the palace turn down, and why was the site bot originally chronolog?
@jeffm902 9 aylar önce
Absolutely spectacular
@Metonymy1979 9 aylar önce
I miss Time Team
@d.c.8828 9 aylar önce
Riveting and delightful!
@harriethowell5444 9 aylar önce
Glad you kept the original music and video. Helps with the change to new people.
@lindasue8719 5 aylar önce
Only by tapping the thumbnail did I know it was TT. Time Team is a selling point,nl not sure why it would be hidden. I might have skipped this.
@kevinmurphy65 9 aylar önce
Seen every episode of TT...and plan to again...
@XlrationMedia 9 aylar önce
I'm on my 3rd run thru the series
@ptaylor4923 3 aylar önce
Hell,, if I thought that palace was under my lawn I would have torn up the entire lawn! Geeze!
@betheva5917 9 aylar önce
Always wondered why they run from spot to spot? To add air of excitement?
@dranet47 9 aylar önce
That was fascinating!
@shaunsteele6926 8 aylar önce
it was only 400 years ago... how lost could it be
@Blakiedoo 9 aylar önce
whenever i hear tony robinsons voice i know its not gonna be a boring video
@hopefullyhigh 9 aylar önce
Personally I find it pretty impressive we lost it
@annazaman9657 9 aylar önce
Same. Probably got too big to maintain
@francesconicoletti2547 9 aylar önce
As one of the historian’s so delicately danced around the subject, the Commonwealth of England sold the place. If England is being run without a King it definitely doesn’t need palaces. Whoever bought it recycled the stone and bricks into something they found useful.
@annak29 9 aylar önce
Dr. T rejected the metric tape measure, that was priceless! Stay English.
@scottlund4562 9 aylar önce
The rude way he snatched that brick without permission and then verbally cut off any input Mr Beric Morley the historian might add was poor form to say the least. Then not knowing metric dimensions of a Tudor brick deleted any confidence in his supposition, especially as it looked like he was approximating due to the obvious damage. Yes, very bothered, lol
@stefanahlhorn9937 8 aylar önce
Yes, I thought the same. The behavior seemed like a bunch of hot air to me. He certainly has a lot of knowledge but he monologized where he should have communicated. But, who knows what the script did tell him. After all it´s TV.
@RohanGillett 9 aylar önce
Great documentary! But how young is Tony! He had lots of hair!
@michaelwoodbodley8099 9 aylar önce
I can’t believe the antagonism towards the owners of so many of the comments . They had no obligation to permit any digging at all. And as Mrs Franklin said, the fear was that one trench would lead to another ad infinitum.
@sannesteers 3 aylar önce
This Mrs Franklin compared to another rich lady who wants to know where the palace has gone, the palace or castle to which once belonged the big big gatehouse in which she lives.... That lady, Penny, not only wanted Time Team to dig everything and everywhere what could help find the history, but also scraped away in the trenches like she was a member of the team herself. And a very passionate one too! 🎉😂❤
@johnirby493 2 aylar önce
The gentleman sitting at the table, around 7:50, looked a little like Arnold Palmer.
@foureyeddragon00 8 aylar önce
If I owned this property and this was just a useless lawn (not being used for food production or grazing) I would say dig it all up! Find the palace! It’s obviously there! Then open the ruins that are found to the public after excavation is done.
@aubreymellor1293 6 aylar önce
shocking that Richmond palace was lost and not marked for future generations.
@Shelly-mz9yf 9 aylar önce
Whoa 😀 look at this young man :)) love time team....holy shite guess that's making me seem or sound old 😅
@robertmoon6156 8 aylar önce
If these "nobles" (is the title inherited or purchased?) had any true dedication for King and Country they would insist on there being a full fledged excavation. I would think there would be some laws to seize the land because of its historic significance. It would probably be the most important digs ever. How many royal palaces have ever been excavated? Besides they probably only have 10 more years at the most before they kick it. Dont be such a Scrooge.
@charlesharper2357 4 aylar önce
The property is owned by the Royal family, and is leased out by The Crown Estate.
@William-Marshall 8 aylar önce
Enjoy Time Team so much. Tony reminds me of a Hobbit on Steroids, dashing thither an yon.
@13minutestomidnight 3 aylar önce
The restrictions because the residents are worried about their lawn are ridiculous - it's not like they're worried about the history underneath, just the lawn. If things are going to be like that, TT should have told them to shove it and gone somewhere else - there are plenty great sites with great archeology. But at least the residents still look like assholes on national tv on one of the most popular shows of the decade...although honestly it doesn't look like the Baron and his wife were the problem.
@fortheloveofmusic860 7 aylar önce
They should have dug the up the whole place and make it visible on the lawn afterwards with low walls, pebble paths and hedges. Much nicer than another boring lawn.
@kathrynknowles7397 8 aylar önce
“Everything you want apparently” 😂😂
@kyleleen_ 8 aylar önce
They don’t appear to be screening the back dirt! 🤦🏻‍♀️ So much lost data!! 😭😭😭
@davidturner4824 8 aylar önce
What happened to that palace? Why was it torn down?
@mariemorgan7759 7 aylar önce
After the English Civil War ended and Charles the first was executed, the place was sold and later torn down for building materials.
@GoGreen1977 9 aylar önce
I'd be thrilled to find out if my property contained ANYTHING to do with Elizabeth I. Dig away in my yard!! Go ahead! I'm an American, so no hope for that.
@meeeka 8 aylar önce
But it was found that the assumed front door of the palace was sighted just through the front door of the Baron's big house.
@janinebean4276 9 aylar önce
Listen I just want to talk to the person in charge of wardrobe 😂 although I doubt there was one
@shydiatl 5 aylar önce
That should have been classified as a historical site. Why are people living there?
@charlesharper2357 4 aylar önce
The buildings are leased out by The Crown Estate.
@dingodelta 6 aylar önce
You guys are restricted to three trenches.....okay then maybe a 200x300 then for the first one?
@catgray1 9 aylar önce
Why was the palace torn down? Is there any records that show why?
@stillhuntre55 9 aylar önce
Well, in the video he says it went into severe decline (apparently it was considered old fashioned), and it was "bashed down when Charles the First had his head chopped off". That would mean the English Civil War - when Oliver Cromwell took over.
@celtoloco788 9 aylar önce
old buildings only mean something to us now. Do you care about some 1970's flat? no, tear it down. But in 2150 they will cry that we did. Back in the day it was just an old rotten building no one wanted
@guramile 8 aylar önce
The palace was sold to various speculators in 1650, who tore it down for the materials and sold them for great profit...the privy donjon and the other stone structures. Much of the brick courts were left, but eventually moldered away.
@carag2567 8 aylar önce
16:00 dude is the embodiment of Sarah Sanderson 🤣
@David-wk6md 5 aylar önce
Twenty-five thousand people own 50% of Britain ???
@richardxxx8358 8 aylar önce
it's private property. same approach has been taken at many properties. it costs a fortune and a long t8me to get lawns looking like thar. Ask to dig up the golf clubs 18th hole and see where that gets you.
@charlesharper2357 4 aylar önce
It's NOT private belongs to the Royal family, and the buildings are leased out by The Crown Estate,
@sandrafarley7967 9 aylar önce
you all look so much younger and have lost weights.
@thecapedgremlin0001 7 aylar önce
Huh-huh...they live in the UK and are as always complaining that it's raining...LOL
@crystal-thewall 6 aylar önce
A young Tony!!
@Mondoblasto0 8 aylar önce
35:18 For Science!!
@666chapelofblood 6 aylar önce
@sheilawhite8314 5 aylar önce
don't worry I would be checking on what you you doing in my garden as well lol
@RichardRoger1966 9 aylar önce
LIDAR and it would all be resolved.
@jeffm902 9 aylar önce
But yeah the these owners need to chill about their damn lawn. They have Elizabeth I palace under their lawn and they’re worried about the grass 🤦🏼‍♂️ they could dig the entire thing up and still fill it in again and re-turf. Geez
@graphiquejack 9 aylar önce
Rich people stay rich by being stingy with their money.
@jeffm902 9 aylar önce
Well I like and appreciate that, but here it is just silly.
@phyllispetras3369 9 aylar önce
Subtitles too tiny
@earlofsmeg 9 aylar önce
Row row row your boat. 😆
@karljoachimgoll 9 aylar önce
It's from the 1970s - or 1980s?
@karljoachimgoll 9 aylar önce
@Liam Peacock 😄
@PJZZZZ 9 aylar önce
Omg TONY with hair the nee time team has none energy of the older ones it tries to to hard to be inclusive which is important but it’s like watching a bad infomercial on “inclusiveness”
@MH-fb5kr 9 aylar önce
The Thames is such a scruffy, ugly river.
@dockingtroll6801 9 aylar önce
I love the Time Team Vids.. they are amazing..... but pls Put some Big Boy Pants on and stop running around like toddlers..... ;-)
@annazaman9657 9 aylar önce
@ephemeraltrash6209 9 aylar önce
@@annazaman9657 Buddy doesn't want his archeologists in shorts because he thinks it's the 1920s, not the 2020s. Full safari gear and pith helmets only.
@ephemeraltrash6209 9 aylar önce
​@@dockingtroll6801 I was brought up to speak in complete, logical sentences at least; you should look into the usage of ellipses, you're over egging the pudding on that front. And, because you're struggling, I was poking fun at your old-fashioned sensibilities, not speaking LITERALLY for you. I guess if one is too posh for shorts in hot weather, one is probably too posh for humour though....
@robertbernard6410 9 aylar önce
why do you only have three days?
@cassieoz1702 9 aylar önce
That's just one of the parameters TT works under. All the archaeology team have regular day jobs and most of these programs are filmed over a long weekend
@celtoloco788 9 aylar önce
@@cassieoz1702 exactly. Plus I read somewhere it cost them like $30,000 back then a day to film, they couldnt afford more time
@anttam117 9 aylar önce
Damn, I wanted to see a relaxing history documentary, but 38 seconds in and this hyped up host just got on my nerves!
@Kwilt2collect 9 aylar önce
Turn off the sound & use captioning. 😉
@hogwashmcturnip8930 9 aylar önce
​@@Kwilt2collect Turning on his/her braincell might be better. "A relaxing History documentary' Just like 'Downton Abbey!' ROFL!
@celtoloco788 9 aylar önce
@@hogwashmcturnip8930 anyone who doesnt like Tony is not worth talking to
@hogwashmcturnip8930 9 aylar önce
@@celtoloco788 You have to wonder about the state of their IQ and maturity don't you?
@AlfieGoodrich 2 aylar önce
Good god, wasn't the palace expert insufferable.
@emilyaustralis 5 aylar önce
Lucky it’s a lawn and not a building
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