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New BBC drama about London's 18th Century sex trade is inspired by Covent Garden courtesans
(August 02 07:53) Dailymail.co.uk
Harlots, a BBC2 drama series starting next week, lifts the lid on the sex trade of the Georgian era. It begins with a flurry of excitement over the publication of a guide to the capital's sex workers.
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