The subject Margaret Mills chose for today’s feature concerned the Epping Sausage Scandal which dates back to the mid 1800’s.
The scandal was unearthed by investigative journalist, James William Greenwood.
It seems that Epping was renowned for the quality of sausages produced there, so the shear volume of supposedly “GENUINE EPPING SAUSAGES” being sold across London, raised doubts in his mind as to the feasibility of producing the genuine article in such quantity.
You can listen again here as Margaret described what James Greenwood’s investigation uncovered:
See you once more next week,