The events of 1381 are most commonly known as the Peasants' Revolt. But who did revolt and why? Professor Adrian Bell discussed the poll tax and his new research project which investigates different social groups in the uprising.
Listen to the full interview on the BBC Sounds website (from 40:38).
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