Hands-On History: Working in Heritage Homes

In this episode of Hands-On History, Heather chats with Sarah Somerville of Shaw House in Berkshire about working in a heritage home. Sarah reveals that she had previously worked at Highclere Castle – which we know as Downton Abbey. 

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Anne Boleyn’s Ladies-in-Waiting

For my final episode of the season, I am joined by Sylvia Barbara Soberton to chat about the women who served Anne Boleyn. This is a fun episode because we’ve never fully looked at the women she surrounded herself with on the show before. Plus we learn who her bestie was!

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Rumors and Gossip – Mary Boleyn

In this special mini-series, Lacey Bonar Hull chats with Dr. Kirstin Bundesen about the rumors and gossip surrounding the sister of Anne Boleyn – Mary. This episode is also available on video via Spotify or YouTube.

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The King Who Had Too Many Sons

On this Ask the Expert, Steph chats with one of our all-time favorite guests, Matthew Lewis about the fascinating family of Edward III – The king with too many sons.

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Debunking the Myths: Anne of Cleves

Rebecca is joined by Heather R. Darsie to debunk the myths surrounding the life of Anna, Duchess of Cleves – fourth wife of King Henry VIII.

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Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France, Queen of England, Mother of Empires

On this Ask the Expert, Steph chats with author and historical researcher Sara Cockerill to chat about the ever-fascinating Eleanor of Aquitaine. Cockerill’s book Eleanor of Aquitaine: Queen of France, Queen of England, Mother of Empires is out now!

Eleanor’s life was so amazingly long that there is a lot of turf to cover – so get ready for a wild ride through history.

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Hands-On History: Art Historian – Melanie V Taylor

On this episode of Tudors Dynasty: Hands-On History, Heather chats with Melanie V. Taylor about what it means to be an Art Historian. Melanie also shares with us some interesting insight on a recent project that she had been investigating.   If you’ve ever been interested in becoming an art historian you should watch this video.

Melanie’s website: https://melanievtaylor.co.uk/ 

Melanie on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MelanieVTaylor