Hands-On History: Performing Tudor Music

The music of the Tudors lends a hint into the personality and character of its composer. Henry VIII was known as quite the musician, and Anne Boleyn was said to have the voice of a siren. On this HoH, Heather chats with Jay Britton, founder of The Tudor Songbook – a classically trained soprano with a passion for Tudor History. 

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The Sisters Boleyn: Mary and Anne

While it’s been some time since this episode first aired, the drama surrounding the Boleyn sisters has not changed. Take a listen to historian Christine Morgan and I revisit a chat about two women who have captivated our imaginations for centuries – The Sisters Boleyn.

From the May 2019 archives.

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Rumors and Gossip at Tudor Court: Anne and George Boleyn

In this second episode of our special mini-series, Lacey Bonar Hull chats with Kate McCaffrey about the rumors and gossip surrounding the siblings Boleyn – Anne and George. 

This episode is also available on video via Spotify or YouTube.

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Episode 139: Fashion in the Tudor & Stuart Dynasties

On this Ask the Expert, Steph chats with Dr. Sarah Bendall on the fashion in the 1500s and 1600s. Enjoy the listener questions from this episode because we cover a bit of everything and you’re going to love it!

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Episode 113: Shakespeare, Amy Robsart, and Anne Boleyn

On this episode I speak with investigative journalist and author, Michael Blanding. Michael and I chat about his new book North by Shakespeare, and the journey he took with Shakespeare sleuth, Dennis McCarthy, to tell the story of Sir Thomas North (1535 – c. 1604). Then, on Ask the Expert (ATE), International best-selling author Nicola Cornick returns to answer YOUR questions on Amy Robsart. Lastly, on A Brief History (ABH), I talk about Anne Boleyn

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