Episode 119: Bess of Hardwick with Mary S. Lovell

Welcome to Episode 119! On this off-season episode, Steph asks author and historian Mary S. Lovell YOUR questions on Bess of Hardwick. This is a great follow-up episode to our last one, Arbella Stuart. Get ready to learn all about Bess of Hardwick.

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Episode 118: Arbella Stuart with Leanda de Lisle

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.

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Episode 117: Margaret Tudor with Dr. Linda Porter

Welcome back! On this episode of Ask the Expert we chat with historian and author Dr. Linda Porter and ask her YOUR questions about Margaret Tudor. It’s a great episode and you are guaranteed to learn something about Margaret that you did not already know.

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Episode 115: Henry VIII, Margaret of Anjou, and Wicked Women

This episode historian Heather R. Darsie returns to discuss two important topics from the time of Henry VIII – money and the plague. These subjects are important that all Tudor fanatics must learn about.

Then on Ask the Expert, Joanna Armann joins us to answer YOUR questions on Margaret of Anjou.

Lastly, on A Brief History I tell you about a few Wicked Tudor women.

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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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Episode 102: Wars of the Roses, Katherine of Aragon and Bess of Hardwick

The Wars of the Roses, or the Cousins Wars, were one of the most deadly and tumultuous times in English history, resulting in the death of many nobles. Today, Rachael Dickzen and I talk about some of the key players of the time: Henry VI, Edward IV, the Kingmaker, and Richard, Duke of York. We also discuss the women of the Wars of the Roses, including Elizabeth Woodville, Margaret Beaufort and Margaret of Anjou. We take a look at the family tree of Edward III and how that affected history, and we also touch base on sanctuary and quick executions.

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Episode 101: Howards, Seymours and Sir William Sharington

Welcome to episode 101! This episode we have Dr Kirsten Claiden-Yardley here to chat about the Howard family, but in particular the 2nd Duke of Norfolk. Then, team member Steph asks me about the Seymour family in this installment of Ask the Expert. That’s where I answer your social media supplied questions about my favorite family. Lastly, Steph steps in and also handles A Brief History this episode – you won’t even notice it’s not me.A special thanks to Steph, by the way…this episode would not have been possible without her help getting it here. Started a new job two weeks ago and have little time to do podcast stuff while I’m still training. Steph has been a life saver, so please give her some love!

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Interview with Author and Historian, Nicola Tallis

On this episode of the Tudors Dynasty Podcast I welcome one of my favorite authors – Nicola Tallis. Nicola and I talk about Lady Jane Grey, Lettice Knollys and Margaret Beaufort. Three amazing woman from our favorite dynasty.

I’ll put Nicola on the spot about Margaret being responsible for the princes in the Tower, and whether she had been pushing her son to the throne all along. She’ll tell us what amazing things we will find out about Margaret from this new research. 

Be sure to stick around to find out what she has in common with Dan Jones.

 Find Nicola on social media :

Twitter: @NicolaTallis

Instagram: @historian_nicola

Facebook: @NicolaTallisHistorian

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Written by: Rebecca Larson

Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Nicola Tallis

Produced by: Rebecca Larson

Imaging by: Troy Larson

Music Credits: 

Music from https://filmmusic.io

“Folk Round” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)

License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) 

A Brief History: Margaret Douglas with Rosie Parent

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 Credits: 

Music from https://filmmusic.io

“Folk Round” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)

License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)