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Notes from Hidden Britain, presented by Ben Fogle - a musical road trip where we paused each week at a familiar region of Britain to examine its less familiar musical history.
Perhaps the chapel’s most famous story is that of an apprentice stonemason who carved one of the chapel's 14 pillars, today called The Apprentice Pillar, perfectly. When the master mason saw the apprentice’s exquisite work, he killed him in a fit of jealous rage. But the master mason got his just deserts - his face was carved into the opposite pillar so that he could 'gaze' on his apprentice's work to eternity.
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