Ep. 2: Amazing Grace

Welcome back for our second episode! Below, find a few links to further information and/or stuff we think is interesting.

*Hang out a bit with the Clapham Sect here, courtesy of the U.K. National Portrait Gallery.

*Get your copy of Olaudah Equiano’s personal story, or learn more about Hannah More. You can also explore more about Equiano’s entire life at Equiano’s World.

*The Georgian Papers Project has more about the Duke of Clarence’s (later William IV’s) views on slavery.

*Read Fortune Magazine’s recent article on the Zong insurance case, as well as a New Yorker piece on the interesting ties that Jane Austen and her family had to Olaudah Equiano and Lord Mansfield.

*Check out a (partial) list of the films that have used St. Bartholomew the Great as a location. (You’ll be seeing some of these titles again!)

Thanks for listening! We’re working on developing our schedule into the new year, so if you have a favorite you’d like us to watch and review, leave a comment here or email us at costumedramarewind@gmail.com.

Episode 23: Harvest Time – A Farewell to Jo March Madness and Season Finale Costume Drama Rewind

The poignant last chapter of Little Women, Harvest Time, picks up five years after we last left the March girls and their supporting characters, er, husbands. We get only a brief, impressionistic glimpse of one day in their lives, but it’s enough to show us that, even though there are some shadows in the sunshine, all will be well for Meg, Jo, and Amy… sorry, Beth. In that spirit, we’re leaving off Jo March Madness – and the first season of Costume Drama Rewind – with our own Harvest Time. We’ll announce our winners, talk about the long-term cultural impact of the Little Women, and leave you with a few final, burning thoughts. 
  1. Episode 23: Harvest Time – A Farewell to Jo March Madness and Season Finale
  2. Episode 22: Jo March Madness Round 3: "Little Women" (2018) vs. (2019)
  3. Episode 21: Jo March Madness Round 2: "Little Women" 1994 vs. 2017
  4. Episode 20.5: Jo March Madness Minisode – Louisa May Alcott
  5. Episode 20: Jo March Madness Round 1: "Little Women" 1933 vs. 1949

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2 Comments

  1. Really enjoyed your podcast……but have to claim severe bias for Amazing Grace……was privileged to see it twice, back to back on day of US premier in Indy……..and was also in England for the premier there which followed a tour of all things Wilberforce in Hull, his birthplace. I have watched it many times and give it my highest rating!!

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