Description of events leading up to the death of Mary, Queen of Scots.
The marriage of Mary, Queen of Scots to her cousin, Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley.
The issues facing Mary's mother, Mary of Guise, as she attempted to govern Scotland.
The marriage of Mary to the Earl of Bothwell and the events leading to her abdication.
Darnley is murdered and Mary marries the man who may have been responsible for his death.
After defeat at the Battle of Langside, Mary fled from Scotland.
Mary Stuart's plans are thwarted by Elizabeth I of England and the Protestant Reformation.
Mary, Queen of Scots returns to Scotland where Protestantism has swept across her country.