Three episodes of the BBC historical investigation series in which a team of experts investigate local myths and legends and do their best to separate fact from fiction.
The Tower The Queen and The Outlaws John and Adele Richardson are fascinated by a local legend that Mary Queen of Scots rode across the land and stopped at the now-ruined Pele tower on their farm. The Richardsons want Jonathan to create an image of the tower of Queen Mary's time, and for the team to find out if they had a Royal visitor. Puzzle at The Palace Kathryn Gibson, owner of Pen y Bryn, has spent many years establishing a link between her house a Llewellyn, the last welsh Prince of Wales. But she has never been able to find conclusive proof. Solving this mystery could rewrite the history books. The Post Mistress Who Was A Spy Mabel Stranks was the post mistress in the small village of Highworth for over 25 years. During t war, the post office was a decoy address for new recruits arriving to train for a secret underground guerrilla army - the auxiliary units - at nearby Coleshill House. Rumours have it that little grey-hair Mabel Stranks was herself a spy whose name was even on Hitler's 'Death List'. Mabel's grands Brennan, wants to find out whether the rumours are true or not.