Lucy Worsley looks at the history of the British bedroom by spending the night in a Tudor farmhouse and experiencing the glamour of the 1930s boudoir.
Lucy Worsley, chief curator of Historic Royal Palaces, focuses on the bedroom - a room which people now think of as one of the most private in the house and yet started for most as a noisy, busy communal space. From spending the night in a Tudor farmhouse to recreating a bedtime 'bundling' courtship ritual, and from being publicly dressed as Queen Caroline in Hampton Court to experiencing the glamour of the 1930s boudoir, Lucy discovers that birth, marriage and death have all played a big part in the story of the bedroom.
|Series Producer||Emma Hindley|
|Executive Producer||Dan Adamson|
|Executive Producer||Daisy Goodwin|