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Could you do a survey for me?
I’m really sorry, I know many of you responded to the last Acast survey, and thank you very much for that. I am sorry to bug you again, but can I beg a boon? Could you nip along to survey.acast.com and take 5 minutes to fill it out? They share...

189 The Most Untrue Creature
Richard sought to start the reconciliation of the factions in the realm. But despite his triumphant progress through the Kingdom to York, trouble was brewing - including from the most unlikely quarter 189 The Most Untrue Creature You can see this article below and short descriptions of other major players...

188 Richard III - Knave, Fool or Saviour?
The time has for the Richard III podcast episode and vote. 3 of the no doubt many possible interpretations of the events of 1483 - did Richard plan to usurp the throne; was he driven to it by fear and events and the situation; or did he step into a...

187a Jane Shore by James Boulton
Jane Shore lives among the list of the most famous mistresses - along with the likes of Roseamund Clifford, Alice Perrers. Like Alice, Jane lives and loved at the very centre of political power for a while - but unlike Alice, left an attractive reputation. Visit the Queens of England...

187 Edward V
The reign of Edward V is one of the great controversies of English history. This episode is as uncontroversial - just what happened. Then in 2 weeks time - we have the big debate and prizes, at THoE Facebook Page. It all starts with the death of Edward IV on...

186 The King is Alive!
It was critical that the heir to the throne, the young Edward, was tutored and governed to be brought up to be a successful king - and so Rivers was given the job, in Ludlow on the Welsh borders, and there was time. Then in 1483 the king fell ill....

185 Edward the King
The 1470's were a marked contrast to the 1460's; a decade of complete calm, of control and authority. How did Edward do it? 185 Edward the King Edward the King A few quotes might give a misleading impression of Edward IV. Dominic Mancini: He was licentious in the extreme. Moreover...

Calls for new EU Referendum?
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND PODCAST VOTES Calls were heard from all over the political spectrum today to pull back from the brink as this influential community entered the lists. A little late. But hey, better late than never. The results of the poll shocked political leaders, though Johnson, Cameron nor...

184 Edward's Foreign Glory
Edward IV fancied himself as a latter day Edward III, and with his love of the Garter tradition on the one hand and his determination to gain revenge for French support for Lancaster, a European adventure looked on the cards. 184 Edward's Foreign Glory The House of Burgundy Here's the...

183 The Brothers York
They had a complicated relationship - Edward, Clarence and Richard; Clarence and Richard had often been left together with Cecily and Margaret while Edward was with his father. In the 1470s, things came to a head. 183 The Brothers York George, Duke of Clarence (1449-1478) George's reputation has been shaped...


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