Drama set during the War of the Roses, one of the bloodiest wars in English history.
What lay in store for Elizabeth, Lizzie, Margaret et al after the Battle of Bosworth.
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Like mother, like daughter? Historian Joanna Laynesmith compares the fates of Elizabeth Woodville and Elizabeth of York.
Historian David Baldwin discusses how the fate of the Princes in the Tower has fascinated historians for centuries, and how much we really know about their fate.
The White Queen has been portrayed in novels and legends as a romantic figure, but who was the real Elizabeth Woodville?
Your Paintings depicts the life of Elizabeth Woodville through the artwork depicting her and her contemporaries in the York Court.
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In The White Queen, Elizabeth and her mother Jacquetta conjure a mist to help her husband Edward IV defeat his enemies.
But did they really practise witchcraft? Historian Peter Maxwell-Stuart investigates the magical myth that surrounds the two women.
Melvyn Bragg and three historians discuss the decades of political turmoil known as 'The Wars of the Roses' and how it eventually led to Tudor rule.
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Watch the cast talk about their roles in The White Queen, as well as an interview with historical novelist, and writer of The White Queen, Philippa Gregory.
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The author and star of The White Queen talk about how the drama made the transition from the novels to the small screen.
Watch their interview on the BBC Breakfast site