Here is a brief history on the life of Elizabeth Woodville, the queen consort of King Edward IV and daughter of Jacquetta of Luxembourg and Sir Richard Woodville. She had quite the turbulent life and as you’ll discover from this episode she was was an extraordinary woman.Read More
Welcome to Episode 121 – I’m so excited to share this episode with you because Steph was able to line up one of my personal favorites historians (and I’m quite jealous), Chris Skidmore. I know Chris from his amazing biography on Edward VI, but today he’ll be answering YOUR questions on Richard III, Henry VII and the Battle of Bosworth (among other things). Stick around for the entire episode because we got the exclusive on his next book!Read More
Welcome to Episode 118! On this episode, Steph is joined by Leanda de Lisle who answers your questions on Arbella Stuart. We learn all about the secret marriage with William Seymour and Leanda wished for me to let you know that she misspoke when she said William was the son of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford and Catherine Grey. William was their grandson.Read More
A Brief History is a supplement episode of the Tudors Dynasty Podcast. On this episode I welcome a fellow podcaster, Rosie Parent, host of the History, Eh? podcast. I love that name so much!
Today, Rosie’s subject is Margaret Douglas. You might know Margaret best as the daughter of Henry VIII’s eldest sister, or maybe as the mother of Lord Darnley…but as usual, I’m going to let someone who has done more research on her life do the talking…and with that I’d like to welcome Rosie to the show….
Link to see the Devonshire Manuscript mentioned in my post on TudorsDynasty.com – http://www.tudorsdynasty.com/mary-howards-poetry-book/
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Written by: Rebecca Larson
Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Rosie Parent (History, Eh? Podcast)
Produced by: Rebecca Larson
Imaging by: Troy Larson
Music from https://filmmusic.io
“Folk Round” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)