Mary, Queen of Scots returns to Scotland where Protestantism has swept across her country.
Mary's correspondence with Catholics plotting the death of Elizabeth led to her execution.
The events surrounding the return to Scotland of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Mary's difficulties with her husband, Lord Darnley, and the murder of David Riccio.
Mary's marriage to the heir to the French throne and the implications of this union.
A brief account of the events that led to the Reformation of the Church in Scotland.
Mary flees into exile in England and Scotland is governed by a series of Regents.
From her birth, Mary Stuart was the focus for rival marriage bids from England and France.
Mary was executed at Fotheringay Castle in Northamptonshire in 1587.
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