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The popular imagination may picture the Edwardian era as an idyllic window between the wars, But below the surface lies a frenetic and often bizarre age where scientific leaps forward went hand in hand with belief in fairies, and secrets of sex, lies and murder simmered. 

In this sequel to his Victorian Secrets, Stephen Fry uncovers some of the startling and unexpected hidden histories of the Edwardians.  Produced by Nick Baker and written by Dr John Woolf and Nick Baker.

'A lavishly upholstered adroitly argued treat' Patricia Nichol, Sunday Times.