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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. You can also subscribe to our Tudor Tuesday newsletter, here > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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! Episodes published monthly on the first Friday of ever ...
 
Join us, Michelle and Lucy, for a mildly diverting delve into the great, the good, the mad, the brave, the outrageous, the mischievous and the truly preposterous folk of the Tudor Age. Two enthusiastic Tudorphiles discuss each in turn and give them marks out of ten for intrigue, martyrdom, posterity and rise & fall before deciding whether they are Tudorlicious.
 
This is a history podcast and a story podcast in one (on facebook it's tudortimemachine} It's a secret history of the Elizabethan court set in 1565. Everyone thinks they know the truth of Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth, but we’re going to tell you about what we think really happened. The central characters are all based on real people from the court. After we read the story section, we’ll take a dive into history behind the episode. Fun! Our merch is here! https://tudor-time-machine.creator-sprin ...
 
Renaissance England was a bustling and exciting place...new religion! break with rome! wars with Scotland! And France! And Spain! The birth of the modern world! In this twice-monthly podcast I'll explore one aspect of life in 16th century England that will give you a deeper understanding of this most exciting time. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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.
 
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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2017

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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2012

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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.
 
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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2014

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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.
 
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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2016

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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 ...
 
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). Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy fo ...
 
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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference 2011

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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 ...
 
Please note: this recording contains strong language. Also known simply as "1601", this is a humorously risque work by Mark Twain, first published anonymously in 1880, and finally acknowledged by the author in 1906. (Summary by John Greenman & Wikipedia)
 
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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Natalie Grueninger speaks with Nathen Amin about Henry VII and the Tudor pretenders: Simnel, Warbeck and Warwick. Visit Nathen Amin's official website https://nathenamin.com/ Find out more about your host at https://www.nataliegrueninger.com Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Support Talking Tudors on Patreon! M…
 
This week we're sharing again a fascinating podcast first released at this time last Christmas. For the Tudors, Christmas Day was not traditionally the date when gifts were given. The Twelve Days of Christmas begin on 25 December and end at Epiphany, 6 January - also known as Twelfth Night. In Tudor times, all 12 were feast days, but 1 January was …
 
This episode differs from what I usually do - a narrative storytelling episode with an original script. This script was researched and written by contributor Amy Pym. Sit back and listen to the short story of Anne Boleyn's final days. -- Credits: Narrated by: Rebecca Larson Written & Researched by: Amy Pym Edited by: Rebecca Larson -- Music Credits…
 
In the cut-throat world of the Elizabethan court, Sir Christopher Hatton became one of Elizabeth I’s favourites. After catching her eye in 1561, Hatton was quickly promoted to the Privy Council, making a significant impact on Elizabeth’s complex religious policy. Yet Hatton has often been overshadowed by such Tudor heavyweights as Dudley, Cecil and…
 
Here is the final episode in our miniseries on Queen Mary I. In this episode Dr. Johanna Strong is joined by Dr Valerie Schutte and Dr. Jessica S. Hower to discuss the woman of the hour - Mary I. Mary I in Writing: Letters, Literature, and Representation Writing Mary I: History, Historiography, and Fiction. ---Commercial FREE for patrons! Sign up N…
 
In 1628, a Dutch East India flagship called Batavia set sail from the Netherlands, never to reach her destination. Eight months into the voyage, the ship was wrecked on coral reef off the western coast of Australia. What then befell her surviving crew and passengers was horrifying and tragic. It has been described as “one of the worst horror storie…
 
Welcome to This Week in Royal History, where we're exploring the world outside the Tudors with royal history highlights from various centuries. In this episode we look at the week of January 22-28 and focus on a few interesting stories, including: Queen Victoria, Ferdinand II of Aragon, Lady Catherine Grey, and Henry VII Film footage of Queen Victo…
 
Natalie Grueninger speaks with Dr Dan Gosling about Tudor Treason. Follow Dr Gosling on Twitter. https://twitter.com/TheGozfather Find out more about you host at https://www.nataliegrueninger.com Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Support Talking Tudors on Patreon! Musical break courtesy of Jon Sayles.…
 
This is the second part in a look at how Anne Boleyn influenced the life of the young Princess Elizabeth, based on Tracy Borman's new book. Check out englandcast.com/ElizabethAnne for link and show notes, including transcripts. Thanks so much for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
f you heard our last episode about Anne of Cleves called The Lucky Wife, you'll recall we briefly touched on climate at the time of the Tudors as well as the Little Ice Age. This episode is meant to supplement that one, but could also be heard as a standalone. Also, you'll get a little insight into Rebecca as a kid. Enjoy! Commercial FREE for patro…
 
In Elizabethan England, swords were everywhere. Hanging on girdles, used in plays and depicted in paintings, they were an important marker of status and martial prowess. Swordplay was a popular martial art and pastime enjoyed by all rungs of Tudor society. But what would these swords have looked like? And how did Elizabethan gentlemen fight with th…
 
Anne of Cleves is quickly becoming one of the most popular of Henry VIII's six queens. Thanks partly to today's guest, historian Heather Darsie. Think you've heard everything you've ever wanted to know about this fourth "wife" of Henry VIII? Think again! Today I've had some bombshells dropped on me that I did not expect. At the end of the episode, …
 
When strange signs appeared in the sky over Quebec in 1660, the French settlers started to worry about evil forces in their midst. Then, a teenaged servant called Barbe Hallay started to act as if she were possessed by demons. She accused a local miller of bewitching her and, the following year, he was imprisoned and executed. Priests and nuns trie…
 
Welcome to This Week in Royal History, where we're exploring the world outside the Tudors with royal history highlights from various centuries. In this episode we look at the week of January 15-21 and focus on a few interesting stories, including: Coronation of Elizabeth I Edmund Crouchback Princess Sophia of Prussia Philip the Bold, future Duke of…
 
We continue today with Chapter Two of In Her Words. In this episode we really get a feel for Sophia of Hanover's personality and how she felt about her brother, her sister-in-law and a possible suitor. This is such a fun look into 17th century history, we are not often gifted enough. -- Images of people Sophia mentions in her writings: Sophia Her s…
 
In April 1538 - to celebrate the birth of Prince Edward and the 30th anniversary of his reign - King Henry VIII began work on a royal palace in Surrey, designed to be unequalled as a celebration of the power and the grandeur of the Tudor dynasty: Nonsuch Palace. Henry spared no expense on the estate, spending nine years and £7.4 million in today’s …
 
As this podcast continues evolving, I decided to do my first themed season. Queens! We'll learn about a marvelous collection of queens from various guests. In this episode, we look at the third wife of Henry VIII and mother of King Edward VI - Jane Seymour. While you may think you already know everything you need to know about Jane, I'd like to enc…
 
We have long been taught that modern global history began when the 'Old World' encountered the 'New', when Christopher Columbus 'discovered' America in 1492. But, in a groundbreaking new book, Dr. Caroline Dodds Pennock conclusively shows that for tens of thousands of Aztecs, Maya, Totonacs, Inuit and others - enslaved people, diplomats, explorers,…
 
Welcome to This Week in Royal History, where we're exploring the world outside the Tudors with royal history highlights from a variety of centuries. This episode we focus on a few events from the week of December 18-24. -- Commercial FREE for patrons! Love the Tudors? Read the stories of the Tudors on Tudors Dynasty! Shop NEW Tudors Dynasty Merchan…
 
The Three Musketeers paints a picture of King Louis XIII of France as a rather weak monarch controlled by his powerful chief minister Cardinal Richelieu. Louis’ reign is generally thought of as being the beginning of the “age of absolutism” when ministers like Richelieu were in the ascendancy and the power of the court and courtiers declined. But w…
 
Peter Stiffell, Melita Thomas, Linda Porter, and Daniela Montgomery-Logan join the newly minted Dr. Johanna Strong for another fascinating chat on Mary I. Big congrats to Dr. Strong on her outstanding achievement! There are many Tudor films and series that have captured our imagination. Today, Dr. Strong chats with a few experts on Mary's portrayal…
 
Many of us are seeing in a new year, but of course there are, even today, several different ways of marking dates and years in various parts of the world. The most popular calendar, though, is the Gregorian, introduced in October 1852 by Pope Gregory XIII. In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb is joined by Dr. Christin…
 
Pre-Adamism, or the false belief that there was a period of unspecified time before the creation of Adam, is an old belief system that has grown several branches of heresy in Christianity over the last 2,000 years. It is connected to the “Gap” Theory, the theory that there were 2 creation accounts in Genesis (chapter 1 and chapter 2) and other frin…
 
Welcome to the year 2023 and the first This Week in Royal History of the new year - I’m so happy that you continue to return to these weekly episodes because it has been a lot of fun to explore periods of royal history with you outside of the #Tudors. But let’s be clear - I still love the Tudors, and this week I am leading off with an important eve…
 
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