Explore the rich lives of some of history's most powerful Royals.
Lucy Worsley and David Starkey celebrate the 500th anniversary of Hampton Court.
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.
Henry annuls his marriage to Anne of Cleves and marries Catherine Howard two weeks later.
An epic detective story that reveals the amazing truth of the boy behind the golden mask.
Katherine of Aragon passionately defended her position as Henry pressed for annulment.
Thomas Cromwell is revealed as a revolutionary who laid the foundations of modern Britain.
In 1714, Britain shipped in a ready-made royal family from the German state of Hanover.
Henry V and Henry VIII, kings who were also composers, and how they shaped British music.
Professor Joann Fletcher explores life as a woman of power in ancient Egypt.
Examining the extravagant castles and palaces created by King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Neil Oliver joins a team investigating the final resting place of Alfred the Great.
How Princess Margaret combined the rebellious force of modernity and respect for tradition
Lucy Worsley recreates a spectacular Tudor firework display staged for Queen Elizabeth I.
The real-life stories behind one of the world's grandest buildings.
Author Thomas Penn reveals how the first Tudor monarch rose to power and held on to it.
Dr Richard Clay retells the history of the French Revolution through the story of its art.
Biographer AN Wilson goes in search of a monarch too often misunderstood.
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