Historic Royal Palaces are a team of people who love and look after six of the most wonderful palaces in the world. This fortnightly podcast brings you the history and stories of those palaces. You’ll hear from our experts and the people who bring our palaces to life, as we create space to explore how history moves us, telling stories about the monarchs you know, and uncovering the lives and histories of the people you don’t. Just like our palaces, this podcast is a mix of old and new. Each episode will have a different feel, from previously recorded live talks, to exciting new discussions and discoveries. You’ll have every opportunity to share in the history we love. Explore more history and stories from our six palaces hrp.org.uk
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Dive into the history of Royal Christmas celebrations in our palaces with this bonus seasonal episode. Chief mischief-maker Curator Charles Farris is joined by fellow Curator Lee Prosser, and Historic Kitchens Manager Richard Fitch, to kick off the s... more
Tracy Borman talks about her favourite of the Six Tudor Queens, Anne of Cleves. Divorced, so the rhyme goes, for being the ‘ugly’ Queen. more
This week we’re talking about Queen number three, Jane Seymour. Once again Tracy Borman is joined by a fantastic guest, Dr Nicola Tallis will bring Jane to life for us. more
This is a very mixed podcast. It’s wonderful to hear experts talk about fascinating topics. I particularly appreciate A Space I Love which I find both fascinating and touching; I could listen to Lee Prosser and Alden Gregory for hours. However, the episodes which are just recordings of public talks are very poor. The sound quality is dreadful and the lecturers frequently make reference to visual aids which we, obviously, we can’t see and so have no idea what’s being described. I feel the podcas... more
Just a brilliant discussion with Dr. Elizabeth Norton. We are given the opportunity to view the world of the Tudor woman and her role in it. Katherine of Aragon happily discussed as not the discarded wife but as strong woman. With a couple of interesting questions I’ll leave for the listener. Well done! Looking forward to Anne Boleyn.
I am now obsessed with this podcast, so excited for the new six queens series. This is a really good history podcast that definitely packs a punch!
Absolutely enthralled by this series -the passion your brilliant curators have for their chosen topics shines through. Every nook and cranny of the fantastic buildings in the HRP portfolio seems to have a story to tell and I’m totally here for it all!
This is such a wonderful, engaging podcast, particularly the “A Space I Love” miniseries. Thank you for putting together episodes I look forward to listening to as soon as they drop!
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Historic Royal Palaces Podcast launched 8 years ago and published 122 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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