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Who are the British? Do they really drink tea, eat roast beef and Yorkshire pudding and never leave home without an umbrella? Find out more about true Brits; past and present, myth and legend, fact and fiction.

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  • The Kelpie

    The Kelpie

    The kelpie is a shape-changing aquatic spirit of Scottish legend. But beware - these are malevolent spirits, hoping to lure you to a watery grave...

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  • The Stagecoach

    The Stagecoach

    The stagecoach was the most popular mode of transport for people and goods in Britain in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries..

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  • St Swithun's Day

    St Swithun's Day

    If it rains on St Swithun's Day (15th July) it will rain for 40 days - but who was St Swithun?

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  • Blood, Betting and Baiting: The Dark History of England's Pubs

    Blood, Betting and Baiting: The Dark History of England's Pubs

    Today's pubs are friendly and welcoming places, but some of the more ancient inns hide a darker past of gambling and blood sports...

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  • John Constable

    John Constable

    John Constable was born in Suffolk in 1776 and is one of Britain’s most famous landscape artists. His famous works include 'Dedham Vale', 'The Hay Wain' and 'The Cornfield'.

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