03 June, 2014

533 posts later...

Today, the Edward II blog has been running for exactly eight and a half years, yippee!  I started it on 3 December 2005, and have posted between three and eight articles every single month since.  This is the 533rd!  (And by far one of the shortest. Most of the others are miles better.)

Yesterday evening, the first part of the documentary The Quest for Bannockburn was shown on BBC2 in Scotland.  It'll be on television in the rest of the UK soon, but can already be seen on BBC iPlayer, here.  Just three weeks to go till the 700th anniversary of the battle.

Here's to the next eight and a half years!  Keep reading!  :-)

15 comments:

Anerje said...

Congratulation! Keep the posts coming. I'm so happy all your hard work is paying off!

Kathryn Warner said...

Thanks, Anerje! So glad of your support!

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Anonymous said...

Congratulations ... I look forward to reading your posts and learning more about Edward II. Pity, though, that BBC iPlayer won't play on my US computer.

Esther

Carol Rondou said...

Will those of us on this side of the pond be able to see it?

Kathryn Warner said...

You can watch iPlayer if you download a programme to give you a UK IP address, Expat Shield or Tunnel Bear. They're free and very easy to use. I'm also outside the UK but watched the documentary yesterday on iPlayer.

Kathryn Warner said...

And it's bound to end up on Youtube at some point!

Sami Parkkonen said...

We will!

Kasia Ogrodnik said...

Congratulations, Kathryn! I will read all your posts, just keep them coming :-D

Kathryn Warner said...

Thanks, Kasia! :)

Hilary Llewellyn-Thomas said...

Congratulations! This is an ENORMOUSLY interesting and valuable blog. More! More!

Kathryn Warner said...

Thanks so much, Hilary!

Caroline said...

It was a great reconstruction of day one of the battle of Bannockburn. Loads better than the World Cup. Can't wait to see who wins?!!!! Not to mention seeing you in the flesh so to speak, Kathryn.y

Kathryn Warner said...

I really hope I'm in it for more than ten seconds...but there's so much to get through in the second half, I doubt it! :)

Gabriele C. said...

Happy bloggiversary.

I hope you didn't get hit too badly by that thunderstorm last night.