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Jesus College was never used in the Lewis series and I can’t remember it being used in the Morse or Endeavour series. It was, indirectly, mentioned in one Morse episode, The Wolvercote Tongue. One of the American tourists says, “l thought Jesus was at Cambridge.” Sheila Williams replies, “No, no, he went to Bethlehem Tech!”
This video was filmed on my last visit to Oxford in April 2019. It is a tour of Jesus College which I hope you enjoy.
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