Neil Oliver Live | Saturday 2nd July

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Celebrating the best of Britain – but also getting Neil’s unique perspective on the major stories. He adds context and lessons from history as he articulates life in Britain today.

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Neil Oliver is a Scottish television presenter and author. Trained as an archaeologist, he is best known as the presenter of several documentary series on archaeology and history, including A History of Scotland, Vikings, and Coast. He is also an author of popular history books and historical fiction.

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