Explore the rich lives of some of history's most powerful Royals.
Lucy Worsley uncovers the myths written about the English Reformation.
Spymaster William Cecil must stop Catholic assassins after the queen is declared a heretic
Michael Wood uncovers the story of Alfred's daughter Aethelflaed, the ruler of Mercia.
How art was used by Henry VIII and Charles I, the great founders of the Royal Collection.
Stephen Smith finds out what it took to get ahead at the court of Richard II.
The investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and the rise of Welsh nationalism.
Michael Buerk and chef Anna Haugh knock up a dish served at a royal wedding.
Christmas, 1648. Charles I is under arrest and Parliament plots to try him for treason.
Was Cleopatra a seductress or a great politician? Dr Islam Issa attempts to find out.
Lucy Worsley investigates the story of choral evensong.
Neil Oliver joins a team investigating the final resting place of Alfred the Great.
An epic detective story that reveals the amazing truth of the boy behind the golden mask.
How Princess Margaret combined the rebellious force of modernity and respect for tradition
Lucy Worsley and David Starkey celebrate the 500th anniversary of Hampton Court.
Lucy Worsley restages the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Fiona Bruce traces the story of the love between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
Debunking the Glorious Revolution, when William of Orange stole the throne from James II.
A look at how Henry VIII's art gives clues to what was going on inside his head.
Documentary about the last Maharajah of the Punjab, Duleep Singh.
Lucy debunks the foundation myth of one of our favourite royal dynasties, the Tudors.
Katherine Rundell uncovers the true story of Elizabethan children kidnapped for the stage.
Dan Cruickshank reveals the buildings which cemented the monarch's claim to the throne.
Dan Snow explores the family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans.
Exploring how Cleopatra has become lost amid myth, cliche and propaganda over the years.