Early in 1066, King Edward the Confessor died without leaving an heir. This one death and the confusion over who should succeed him was to completely change the course of British History. There were four men who could lay claim to the throne of England, but were all the claims equal?
In this Essay style episode, the three of us have a good old argument about who should be king. And there was genuinely no prep - before the names came out of the hat, none of us knew whose case we would be arguing.