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Music, culture, the arts, maritime exploration - Renaissance England was an exciting place to be. So much happening! Breaks with Rome. Wars with France. And Scotland. And Spain! Twice a month, we'll look at some aspect of Renaissance England that will give you a deeper understanding into life in the 16th century. Go to http://www.englandcast.com for more info.
 
A podcast that brings Tudor history to life by exploring Tudor places and artefacts in the flesh. The Tudor Travel Guide brings you lively onsite walk-and-talk interviews at historic Tudor locations across the UK and fuses them with inspiring ideas for your next Tudor-themed vacation. If you love combining your Tudor history with visiting Tudor houses, castles and manors, then 'The Tudor History and Travel Show' is tailored made for you!
 
Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks about everything from the Aztecs to witches, Velázquez to Shakespeare, Mughal India to the Mayflower. Not, in other words, just the Tudors, but most definitely also the Tudors. Each episode Suzannah is joined by historians and experts to reveal incredible stories about one of the most fascinating periods in history.
 
This series features recordings of papers from the 2015 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place from August 28-29 2015 in Maynooth University. The conference was generously supported by UCD School of History, UCD Research, Marsh's Library, Graduate Studies Office at Maynooth University, the Department of History at Maynooth University and the Irish Research Council (New Foundations Award). Podcasting was by Real Smart Media.
 
Husband and wife watch The Tudors. He knows nothing about the 16th century. She has been podcasting about Renaissance England since 2009. In this episode by episode guide he'll ask her questions, and they'll discuss the stories behind the drama, looking at what really happened at the Tudor court. We think it's a fun way to make the 16th century more accessible, and any excuse to see more of Jonathan Rhys Meyers is a good thing. (She wrote that part). Learn more about us at http://www.watchin ...
 
Podcasts from the 8th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place on August 24-25 2018 at the Graduate School, Queen's University Belfast. The 8th Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference was generously supported by the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, the School of Arts, English and Languages, and the Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University, Belfast, and Marsh's Library. Podcasting by Real Smart Media in associat ...
 
This series features recordings of research papers from the Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference which took place on August 31st and September 1st 2012 in University College Dublin. The conference was supported by UCD Research Seed Funding, UCD School of History and Archives and The Society for Renaissance Studies. The podcast series is in association with the History Hub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
This series features recordings of papers from the 2014 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference which took place from August 29-30 2014 in NUI Maynooth. The conference was generously supported by UCD School of History and Archives, UCD Research, Marsh's Library, Graduate Studies at NUI Maynooth, and the Department of History at NUI Maynooth. 28 papers were recorded for podcasting by Real Smart Media. The podcast series is in association with the History Hub.ie website and multimedia hub.
 
Podcasts from the 6th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place on August 19-20 2016 at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway. The conference was supported by: an NUI Galway President's Award for Research Excellence (to Prof. Steven Ellis); the Moore Institute, NUI Galway; the School of Humanities, NUI Galway; the Discipline of History, NUI Galway; and the Society for Renaissance Studies. Podcasting by Real Smart Media in association with UCD's History Hub.ie. F ...
 
Podcasts from the 7th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place on August 18-19 2017 at the Moore Institute, NUI Galway. The conference was supported by: the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies, NUI Galway; the School of Humanities, NUI Galway; the Moore Institute, NUI Galway; the Discipline of History and the Discipline of English at NUI Galway; the Women's History Association of Ireland; and Marsh's Library. Podcasting by Real Smart Media ...
 
This series features recordings of research papers from the Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference wich took place on September 2nd and 3rd of September 2011 in University College Dublin. The conference saw over fifty speakers from around Ireland and beyond come together to share their ideas in an interdisciplinary forum. Over one hundred registered delegates attended the conference over the course of the two day event. Funded by the UCD School of History and Archives, and UCD Graduate School o ...
 
This summer, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is due to give birth to an heir to the throne. In this pair of lectures, leading historians explore how Tudor and Stuart monarchs begat children. We’ll go from throne to bedchamber, from weddings to ballads as we examine how Henry VIII’s fertility struggles and the scandal over the “warming pan baby” shed light on the history of fertility, pregnancy and childbirth in the British Isles. Lecture 1 Henry VIII: The Quest for an Heir, given by Peter J ...
 
In June 2013 pupils from Barrow Hill Junior School worked with the members of Royal Collection Trust's Learning team and children's author Bridget Crowley to develop their own talks about a number of their favourite pieces from the In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion exhibition at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace. The children visited the exhibition to choose a painting or object to research and drafted five scripts highlighting what it was about those objects and painti ...
 
An atypical piece of writing by Mark Twain, the short bawdy skit documents a conversion between Queen Elizabeth and several notable writers of the time, including Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Beaumont, Ben Jonson, and William Shakespeare. Despite first being published in 1880, the piece remained anonymous for a period of time, until it was later acknowledged by Twain in 1901 as his own. Comprised of humor, descriptive imagery, ribald connotations, and vulgar language, the faux conversation is ...
 
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In this latest edition of her "Facts about..." series, historian Claire Ridgway shares 21 interesting facts about the second Tudor monarch, King Henry VIII. Henry VIII is known for having six wives, and executing two of them, and for the break with Rome, as well as being the father of three Tudor monarchs: Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. However…
 
In this episode, we visit one of my favourite Tudor places in London: the Charterhouse. Once a prestigious religious institution, its history embraces piety, bloodshed, triumph and treason as men of God, and men of power came and went, shaping not only its history but the very fabric of the building. The Charterhouse is off the Tudor trail, tucked …
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Justin K. Prim about Tudor gems & jewellery. Find out more about Justin's work at the following websites: www.justinkprim.com www.facetinghistory.com Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and updates. I'd like to take this…
 
On 13th June 1535, courtier George Neville, 3rd Baron Bergavenny, died. He'd done well for himself in the reigns of King Richard III and Henry VII, but came undone in Henry VIII's reign. What happened to George Neville? Find out a bit more about him in this edition of #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway. You can see this podcast as a …
 
Richard Rich, 1st Baron Rich, died on 12th June 1567. He's not one of Claire's favourite Tudor men and you can find out why in this edition of #TudorHistoryShorts. Just what was his involvement in the cases of Sir Thomas More and Anne Askew? You can see this podcast as a video at the following link:https://youtu.be/oHCEdoCwvpg…
 
11th June 1576 was the death date of Sir Anthony Cooke, a well-known Tudor humanist and educator with famous daughters. Find out more about this Tudor man in today's edition of #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway. You can see this podcast as a video at the following link:https://youtu.be/WJfxo9Ol9jM Claire is the founder of the Tudor …
 
After a century of Civil War, changes in the way Japan was ruled from 1600 onwards meant that Europeans and Christianity made few inroads into Japanese society. Shogun Tokugawa organised Japan into a strict class system and its unique and brilliant culture flourished in isolation. In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb …
 
On this day in Tudor history, 10th June 1537, in the reign of King Henry VIII, two Carthusian monks died after being starved to death in prison. What had these monks done to deserve this awful fate? Find out about them and their fellow Carthusian martyrs in this edition of #TudorHistory Shorts. You can see this Tudor history short as a video here: …
 
On 9th June 1511, in the reign of King Henry VIII, William Courtenay, 1st Earl of Devon, died. Who was Courtenay and how did he go from being in favour to being a traitor and then back to being in favour? Find out from Claire Ridgway in this edition of #TudorHistoryShorts. https://youtu.be/8CM7NCjxQB0…
 
As usual, June is a busy month at the Tudor Society with lots of Tudor goodies for Tudor Society members to enjoy! Here, Tudor Society founder, historian and author Claire Ridgway, gives an overview of what we can enjoy right now and look forward to later in the month.For more information on Tudor Society membership, go to https://www.tudorsociety.…
 
Henry VIII's eldest daughter, Mary, was convinced that her woes were all down to her stepmother, Anne Boleyn, and so there was hope for Mary after Anne Boleyn's execution in 1536. What did Mary expect to happen and what did happen? Find out more in this edition of #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway. https://youtu.be/1vY4uoO0pqA…
 
This is the first episode in my off-season, but Steph has been kind enough to carry the torch over the next seven episodes. She has a great line-up of guests planned for her Ask the Expert, so keep an eye on social media to leave your queries. On this episode, historian/author Matthew Lewis answers your questions on Stephen and Matilda. If you love…
 
In 1589, Anne Dowriche, the wife of a Puritan minister from Devon, wrote a long and gory poem about the bloody, ongoing conflict between Catholics and Huguenots in France. Dowriche's The French Historie was one of the few sixteenth century books written entirely by a woman. She was also almost alone as a woman in publicly commenting on contemporary…
 
On this day in Tudor history, 7th June 1594, Elizabeth I’s physician, Roderigo Lopez, was hanged, drawn and quartered after being accused of plotting to poison the queen. Find out more about Lopez and what happened from historian Claire Ridgway. You can watch this short as a video here:https://youtu.be/_c68Ycl0bAU…
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Stuart Kells about the search for Shakespeare's lost library. Follow Stuart on Twitter. Visit Stuart Kells' official website. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and updates. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank al…
 
On this day in Tudor history, 6th June 1597, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, musician William Hunnis died a natural death. He was lucky as he could so easily have lost his head in Mary I's reign. Find out a bit more about William Hunnis from historian Claire Ridgway. You can watch this as a video here: https://youtu.be/GgHHkjytIRY…
 
On this day in Tudor history, 5th June 1600, Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, was in a spot of bother. Even though he was usually one of Elizabeth I's favourite, he was charged with insubordination. Oh dear. Find out more from historian Claire Ridgway. You can see this as a video here:https://youtu.be/dZtJlXpFXYs…
 
On 4th June 1550, Robert Dudley married his sweetheart, Amy Robsart, at the royal palace of Sheen at Richmond, near London, in a ceremony attended by King Edward VI. In this #TudorHistoryShorts talk, historian Claire Ridgway shares a few facts about Amy Robsart. You can see the video here:https://youtu.be/K-Sln-WF7To…
 
In this latest edition of her Fan Q&A series, historian Claire Ridgway answers Jessica's question "Did Anne Boleyn bring French fashion to court herself or were others involved?" Anne Boleyn spent six years in France and was described by a contemporary as "native French" in her ways, but did she bring French fashions, such as the French gown and Fr…
 
The German executioner Meister Frantz Schmidt kept a fascinating journal of all the executions, torture and punishments he administered between 1573 and 1618. In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Suzannah Lipscomb is joined by Joel Harrington to talk about Schmidt - who showed himself to be an executioner with a conscience - and further explore …
 
On this day in Tudor history, 3rd June 1594, John Aylmer, Bishop of London, died. Hear a story about how he suffered pain to help a poorly Queen Elizabeth I in this edition of #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway. You can see this as a video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/kfFrTNnaCbkDoor AnneBoleynFiles
 
On this day in Tudor history, 2nd June 1537, in the reign of King Henry VIII, Sir Francis Bigod and two of his fellow rebels were executed at Tyburn. Why had this reformer rebelled against the king and what had happened? Find out in this #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway. You can watch this as a video on Youtube here:https://youtu.b…
 
Ordered by King Henry VIII and carried out by Thomas Cromwell, the dissolution of the monasteries was the greatest land re-distribution in England since the Norman Conquest, and the largest windfall of cash to the crown in history. Between 1536 and 1540, 800 religious houses were dissolved leading to nothing less than the wholesale destruction of m…
 
On this day in Tudor history, 31st May 1443, Lady Margaret Beaufort, the woman known as the matriarch of the Tudor dynasty, was born. Find out a few facts about her in this #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ridgway. Here's a link to a more detailed video on her - https://youtu.be/RGbjeIrxtKcDoor AnneBoleynFiles
 
On this day in Tudor history, 30th May 1593, Christopher Marlowe, the famous Elizabethan playwright, was stabbed to death. Find out what happened in this #TudorHistoryshorts from historian Claire Ridgway. Here is the link to the more detailed video on Marlowe's death and the inquest - https://youtu.be/sdttnBCIIJU You can find out more about Marlowe…
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Kate McCaffrey about the exciting discoveries she made while studying Anne Boleyn's books of hours at Hever Castle. Visit Kate's blog: https://kateemccaffrey.wordpress.com/ Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail. Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and updates…
 
On this day in Tudor history, 29th May 1533, the citizens of London were treated to a spectacular river procession. It was part of the coronation celebrations for England's new queen, Anne Boleyn. You can see this podcast on youtube here: https://youtu.be/CGO4A61N6jY Claire's longer video can be viewed at https://youtu.be/971Y88EauTA Claire is the …
 
He had stuff. Lots of stuff. Fancy stuff. Old stuff. New Stuff. Weird stuff. And his inventory - created by Edward VI and his commissioners to find out the true value of the Crown - lists it all in meticulous detail. Let's discuss Henry's Inventory. Show notes will be going up at englandcast.com/inventory. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…
 
On 28th May 1533, over four months after Henry VIII had married Anne Boleyn at Whitehall, and six months after a possible secret marriage at Dover, Archbishop Cranmer proclaimed the union valid. Anne was now officially queen and it was just in time for her coronation! You can see this podcast as a video on youtube: https://youtu.be/EnXp6dsMhRo Clai…
 
The lute, with its double strings and beautiful decorative detail is a familiar feature of Renaissance paintings. In the sixteenth century, lute music was highly prized in the courts of Europe and lutenists earned handsome sums. In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Suzannah Lipscomb talks to leading lutenist and musicologist Dr. Lynda Sayce, to …
 
On 27th May 1536, Cardinal Reginald Pole, who was in Venice, wrote to King Henry VIII. It was a very polite letter but what he sent with it brought Pole and his family trouble. He made the mistake of making an enemy of King Henry VIII. You can see this video here:https://youtu.be/plEKVLIfT40 Claire is the founder of the Tudor Society, an online mem…
 
Historian and author Claire Ridgway introduces us to the very first Tudor monarch, King Henry VII, with 20 interesting facts. Henry VII does seem to be a neglected monarch, as many people find his son, Henry VIII, and his granddaughter, Elizabeth I, far more interesting, but he deserves some attention, don't you think? You can view this podcast as …
 
On this day in history, 26th May 1621, Barbara Sidney (née Gamage), Countess of Leicester, was buried at Penshurst. Find out about this Tudor lady, whose marriage was the concern of several prominent Tudor men and who ended up marrying an Elizabethan poet. You can view this short on YouTube: https://youtu.be/9rKJBsk_oj4…
 
On this day in Tudor history, 25th May 1553, in the reign of King Edward VI, Lady Jane Grey married Lord Guildford Dudley. The bride and groom were from prominent families, but there is the prevailing idea that this marriage was part of a plot by John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland. Find out more in this #TudorHistoryShorts from historian Claire Ri…
 
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 Wick…
 
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