Richard Blake and Roman Inflation

By Andy Duncan

If anyone is a regular listener to ‘Cobden Centre Radio’, they may have been surprised last week when its latest radio show, which starred Mr Richard Blake the best-selling author, was deleted from the site, after two days of being happily aired.

The reasons for this are far too dull and complicated to go into here, but fortunately, like the ghost of Vlad the Impaler revived by a single drop of blood, Mr Richard Blake is back, alive and well, and able to tell us about monetary inflation in the Roman empire.

If you’d like to listen to my interview with Richard Blake, just click here.

I would like to thank Michael J. McKay for this necessary drop of blood.


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