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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for William Chaloner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about William Chaloner, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for William Chaloner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about William Chaloner, often where they are interviewed.

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William Chaloner Pt. 2: “The Counterfeit Trickster”

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For more than a decade, William Chaloner had managed to evade the law, all the while forging tens of thousands of pounds worth of coins and banknotes. But soon, he turned the tables on his own scheme, declaring himself as an anti-fraud expert.

Feb 26 2020

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William Chaloner Pt. 1: “The Counterfeit Trickster”

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Born into poverty in 17th century England, William Chaloner pulled himself out using a con artist’s tongue and his artistry as a forger. Chaloner chose his nefarious path at a time and place when the deteriorating state of England’s currency made counterfeiting widespread and lucrative—although the penalty was death by hanging.

Feb 19 2020

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Episode 17 - William Chaloner

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This week: what do painted clothing, fake coins, and dildoes have in common? All of them factor into the career of one of England's most fascinating conmen, the forger William Chaloner!

May 23 2019

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William Chaloner and Victor Lustig

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William Chaloner (1650 – 22 March 1699)[1][2] was a serial counterfeit coiner and confidence trickster, who was imprisoned in Newgate Prison several times and eventually proven guilty of high treason by Sir Isaac Newton, Master of the Royal Mint. He was hanged on the gallows at Tyburn on 22 March 1699.[1][3]

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Apr 10 2019

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Peter Gibson, AA Gill, Coral Atkins, William Chaloner, Ian McCaskill

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Peter Gibson the master glazier who devoted his life to the care of the stained glass windows in York Minster.

AA Gill, who overcame alcoholism and dyslexia to become one of the UK's best known critics.

Coral Atkins who gave up a career as an actress to run homes for disadvantaged children.

William Chaloner, an authority on fossil plants who used pollen from the past to reconstruct ancient environments.

Ian McCaskill, the BBC weather man much imitated by impressionists.

Dec 16 2016

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[12mins] William Chaloner

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Dans ce quinzième épisode de 12 minutes Adrien, après nous avoir parlé de la vie d’Isaac Newton dans l’épisode 2 de 12 minutes de, nous présente en 20 minutes la vie mouvementée d’un ennemi intime de Newton et accessoirement l’un des plus grand faussaire du 18ème siècle : William Chaloner. Et a travers son histoire nous découvrons le monde de la fausse monnaie dans l’Angleterre du 17ème siècle.

Par ailleurs, en cette période de fête, je me permet de vous signaler qu’Adrien écris aussi, en littérature jeunesse, de très bon romans fantastiques.

Vous pouvez me retrouver sur twitter (https://twitter.com/Xilrian) et vous abonner sur : notre flux RSS (http://feeds.feedburner.com/12minutesdeMP3), iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/fr/podcast/12-minutes-de-.../id482495745), Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq_RSzto0rW5-Gg2693Jylw/videos) et soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/xilrian).

Nov 28 2013

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[12mins] William Chaloner

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Dans ce quinzième épisode de 12 minutes Adrien, après nous avoir parlé de la vie d’Isaac Newton dans l’épisode 2 de 12 minutes de, nous présente en 20 minutes la vie mouvementée d’un ennemi intime de Newton et accessoirement l’un des plus grand faussaire du 18ème siècle : William Chaloner. Et a travers son histoire nous découvrons le monde de la fausse monnaie dans l’Angleterre du 17ème siècle.

Par ailleurs, en cette période de fête, je me permet de vous signaler qu’Adrien écris aussi, en littérature jeunesse, de très bon romans fantastiques.

Vous pouvez me retrouver sur twitter (https://twitter.com/Xilrian) et vous abonner sur : notre flux RSS (http://feeds.feedburner.com/12minutesdeMP3), iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/fr/podcast/12-minutes-de-.../id482495745), Youtube (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq_RSzto0rW5-Gg2693Jylw/videos) et soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/xilrian).

Nov 28 2013

27mins

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