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Talking Tudors

A podcast for lovers of Tudor history.

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Natalie Grueninger chats to Dr Estelle Paranque about all things Elizabeth I.

Find out more about your host at www.onthetudortrail.com.

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Music Break - Fire and Gold by Karliene 

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Natalie Grueninger talks with historian Dr Emma Wells about sacred sites and pilgrimage in medieval and Tudor England. 

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Musical interlude courtesy of guitarist Jon Sayles.

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Natalie Grueninger chats to historian, author and broadcaster Dr Suzannah Lipscomb about Henry VIII and his queen consorts. 

Click here to visit Dr Lipscomb's official website.

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Music Break - The Raven by Karliene 

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On the 533rd anniversary of the Battle of Bosworth, Natalie Grueninger chats with author and historian Chris Skidmore about this hugely important historical event that heralded the end of the Plantagenet dynasty and marked the birth of the Tudors. 

Click here to visit Chris Skidmore's official website.

Find out more about your host at www.onthetudortrail.com.

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Natalie Grueninger chats all things Katherine of Aragon with novelist Dr Wendy J. Dunn. 

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Find out more about your host at www.onthetudortrail.com.

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Music Break - Winter Rose by Karliene 

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Natalie Grueninger speaks with historian Gareth Russell about Henry VIII's fifth wife, Catherine Howard. 

Visit Gareth's blog, Confessions of a Ci-Devant.

Find out more about your host at www.onthetudortrail.com.

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Natalie Grueninger chats to Dr Joanne Paul about one of the Tudor era's most prominent and controversial figures, Thomas More. 

Visit Dr Paul's official website.

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On this day (28 July) 1540, Henry VIII married Catherine Howard at Oatlands Palace. To mark the occasion, I spoke with historian Conor Byrne about Henry's often misunderstood fifth wife. 

Visit Conor's blog here: http://conorbyrnex.blogspot.com

The lovely musical interlude is courtesy of guitarist Jon Sayles.

Find out more about your host at www.onthetudortrail.com.

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Natalie Grueninger and Sarah Morris chat about Tudor palaces and favourite historic sites. 

You can follow Sarah Morris, aka The Tudor travel Guide, online via the following:

Blog: www.thetudortravelguide.com Twitter: @TheTTGuide Facebook: www.facebook.com/thetudortravelguide Instagram: thetudortravelguide You Tube Channel: The Tudor travel Guide

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In this episode, Natalie Grueninger shares some background information about herself and gives listeners a taste of what's to come in future episodes. 

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