字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント It's a spectacular sight, really. It was one of their favorite places to be. And Rainford is a Normani, and he is overcome by emotion at the sight of the holy places of the Anglo Saxon north, including Whitby. So the difficulty that Mark and myself and the rest of the team have in doing this work is deciding well, what is the basis? You know, What did William Pitt do? A practically perfect pigeon pie. Mrs. Avis Crocombe, was head cook at Audley End house. During the 1880s, she kept many of her recipes like pigeon pie, turbot, that's a fish and apple cheese, which is a desert, in a hand written book. And so there's a series of underground tunnels that are cut into the chalk, 20 meters under the ground below Dover Castle. And they're very atmospheric places, and they really give you a sense of what it must have been like to work down there in times of crisis. It would be wonderful to feel to talk to you about the Vermeer a little more because it is one of our most important paintings. It's one of only five Vermeers in the United Kingdom and one of only around 36 known works by Vermeer in the entire world. So an incredibly special painting to have here at Kenwood. His wife actually worked in the Ministry of Information and Orwell himself worked for the BBC. So there was a certain amount of direct knowledge going into this portrayal of his hero, Winston Smith, working on the retrospective alteration of newspapers airbrushing history.