I wanted to share another show I watched. This time a history one. About women nonetheless. Not that there’s anything wrong with the guys. You rock! And if you know of a show like this, please let me know. Back to the show.
What a fabulous show!
Dr Helen Castor introduces us to some of England’s early queens. I’m talking about the queens from Tudor times.
Here’s the blurb from IMBD:
Historian of the medieval period, Helen Castor, presents an in depth and insightful series covering England’s early Queens, from the High Middle Ages with Eleanor and get daughter-in-law Eleanor of Aquitane, through the Late Middle Ages with Isabella of France and Margaret of Anjou and finishing with Lady Jane Grey, Mary I and Elizabeth I.
Below is a preview on Vimeo:
I watched it on Netflix but it’s not available there at the moment. Acorn.tv and BBC Four also aired it a while ago. For now you can find the episodes on YouTube in episodes:
Dr Castor is both historian and lecturer on the subject of medieval and Tudor.
This series only aired 3 episodes which was unfortunate.
If you’re rather a reader, please find the book on Amazon or other outlets.
I think that’s it from me for now.
Until next time!