The history of beauty: everything you wanted to know

<img src=”https://images.immediate.co.uk/production/volatile/sites/7/2022/03/Pod-Lucy-Santos-WL-04d859d.jpg?quality=90&resize=620,413″ width=”620″ height=”413″ class=”wp-image-204344 alignnone size-landscape_thumbnail” alt=”Pod Lucy Santos WL” title=”Pod Lucy Santos WL” /> <p>Health and beauty historian Lucy Jane Santos answers listener questions and popular online search queries about beauty throughout the ages. From early cosmetics apparently made for gladiators to whether Georgian women really did use

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On this day in history

19 March 1330 Edmund of Woodstock, first Earl of Kent, was executed for treason outside Winchester Castle on the orders of Queen Isabella and Roger Mortimer, Earl of March. He had been a supporter of his half-brother, the deposed Edward II and, believing him to still be alive, had got

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