It isn’t every day I find an intriguing little snippet, but today was one of those days. This article tells the tale of the finding and opening of Charles I’s coffin- fascinating in itself, especially as it was found in vault considered to contain the coffins of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, though the two coffins in question are not inscribed as such. 180 more words
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Kate Phillips is the first to admit that she’s been lucky. Very lucky.
Earlier this year she was just one of the country’s thousands of students embarking on their final year of drama school dreaming of being plucked from obscurity while nervous about stepping out into the real world. 411 more words
This day marked the beginning of the fall of Thomas Seymour, a man of great hubris. Though truth be told, he had started on the path some time before. 840 more words
This was quite a delightful programme and both Drs. Worsley and Starkey were in top form:
Edward VI is the one “Tudor” whose life and actions cannot be held to have offended many people. 32 more words
The Seymours have had a bad reputation thanks to the black and white portrayals of recent fiction and television dramas and I know what you are going to say: it’s only fair. 2,111 more words