In the river Stour lie two statues of underwater maidens. We ask the people of Canterbury for their theories on how they got there, before finding out who’s really responsible.
We meet Devilstick Peat, a real-life Jester who ventures into warzones simply to make children smile. We read the innermost thoughts of anonymous coffee drinkers, scribbled in the notebooks at Coffee & Corks. And we chat with a novelist, a storyteller, and a ghost hunter, before revealing the true story of Canterbury’s 1647 abolition of Christmas.
This series was commissioned for BBC Radio Kent by Dominic King after he heard our radio sitcom Konkers.