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    Dr. Joanne Paul on Sir Thomas More

    Dr. Joanne Paul on Sir Thomas More

    My guest today is author and historian Dr Joanne Paul. She is an award-winning historian and Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of Sussex, as well as a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Today, Joanne and I will discuss Sir Thomas More.


    I’m Rebecca Larson, host of the Tudors Dynasty Podcast and owner of TudorsDynasty.com. Telling the stories of those who lived centuries before us is what I enjoy doing most. Whether it be a show on one subject or an interview with an author/historian, I’ll bring you the tales of 16th century England.


    Before I get started today, I need to take a minute to thank the folks who became new patrons since the last episode: Rebecca D, Kimberly F, Sandra Jean, Jill T, Grace, Sharon M, Barbara B, Mindy R, Jennifer C and Vivianne A - thank you so much for your support - your support and the support of all my patrons who have meant the world to me. A full list of patrons can be found at tudorsdynastypodcast.com


    Thomas More, according to Erasmus, was A Man for All Seasons. In this episode you’ll learn about his upbringing, his education, his wives and their children, as well as what happened to his head after his execution….so let’s get to it…. (click play!)


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    Follow Joanne on Twitter: @Joanne_Paul_


    Official Website: https://www.joannepaul.com/


    Waterstones: https://www.waterstones.com/author/joanne-paul/1657662


    Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Joanne-Paul/e/B07GPQXDLK%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share


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    Written by: Rebecca Larson


    Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Dr. Joanne Paul


    Produced by: Rebecca Larson


    Imaging by: Troy Larson


    Music Credits:Music from https://filmmusic.io


    "Folk Round" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)


    License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

    • 52 min
    A Brief History: Acton Court with Dr Sarah Morris

    A Brief History: Acton Court with Dr Sarah Morris

    On this supplemental episode of the podcast I invite Dr Sarah Morris, The Tudor Travel Guide to discuss Acton Court - ‘A beautifully conserved Tudor House built for the pleasure of Henry VIII’.
     
    If you can, I recommend you look at the images from the Acton Court website: https://www.actoncourt.com/ while listening. Then go check out Sarah’s website and follow her on social media. She has some wonderful videos on YouTube as well!
     
    Find Sarah Morris:
    TheTudorTravelGuide.com
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetudortravelguide/
    Twitter: @TheTTGuide
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/drsam70
     
    I don't normally thank new patrons on the supplemental episodes because I consider them separate from my normal episodes, but I want to thank these wonderful people who became patrons since January 2nd (last episode):
    Rebecca D
    Kimberly F
    Sandra Jean K
    Jill T
    Grace
    Sharon M
    Barbara B
    Mindy R
    and
    Vivianne A

    • 9 min
    Thomas Cromwell with Author Caroline Angus

    Thomas Cromwell with Author Caroline Angus

    For years you have been asking me to do a podcast about Thomas Cromwell. Even though I had read quite a bit about his life, I had never felt like I could do his story the justice it deserved. Today is the day.
     


    My guest today is author Caroline Angus. Caroline is one of the leading authorities on Thomas Cromwell. Her research on him has been so extensive that she has published a trilogy called The Queenmaker Series. Today, Caroline will help us better understand Thomas Cromwell.
     


    I’m Rebecca Larson, host of the Tudors Dynasty Podcast and owner of TudorsDynasty.com. Telling the stories of those who lived centuries before us is what I enjoy doing most.  Whether it be a show on one subject or an interview with an author/historian, I’ll bring you the tales of 16th century England.


    Before I get started today, I need to take a minute to thank the folks who became new patrons during the break: Hanane S and Melissa A - thank you so much for your support - your support and the support of all my patrons who have meant the world to me. It’s support like yours that encourages me to keep you entertained and informed. At the beginning of the next season (September 2020), I will be changing the layout of my show. I want to continue with interviews but I also want to go back to my roots and talk about one subject. I also want to add other segments. Keeping in mind that the overall show length with be longer... what other things would you like me to inform you of or entertain you with? This day in history? Book recommendations? Other ideas?
     


    My patrons will be allowed to vote on what they’d like to see added, and then I’ll do just that. Actually sounds like a wonderful challenge and I can’t wait to see what happens. 
     


    If you’d like to cast your vote and aren’t a patron? Well, you can go to patreon.com/tudorsdynasty and click become a patron...then go cast your vote! You, along with all my other patrons have the opportunity to control one of the segments of my show in 2020. A full list of patrons can be found at tudorsdynastypodcast.com 
     


    Painted as an evil-mastermind, Thomas Cromwell’s reputation, like Thomas Seymour’s has not done them any favors. Yet, authors like Hilary Mantel have returned him to his human form. Thomas Cromwell, the man. Let’s chat with Caroline Angus about the man, the myth, the legend….Thomas Cromwell.
     


    carolineangusbaker.com  
     


    More info @ TudorsDynastyPodcast.com  
     


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    Written by: Rebecca Larson


    Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Caroline Angus


    Produced by: Rebecca Larson


    Imaging by: Troy Larson


    Music Credits:Music from https://filmmusic.io


    "Folk Round" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)


    License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

    • 46 min
    Supplemental Episode: Choral Music by Transept

    Supplemental Episode: Choral Music by Transept

    What screams the holidays like beautiful choral music!? Thankfully Dr Timothy J Campbell the director of Transept has allow me to use his music for this episode.
    Transept is a vocal ensemble of elite professional consort singers and select local musicians based in Sioux Falls, SD.
    Their founder and artistic director is Dr. Timothy J. Campbell, also an Assistant Prof. of Music at the University of South Dakota.
    Find all their music at Transept.org or on YouTube 
    Songs included in this episode:
    If Ye Love Me by Thomas Tallis (Tudor)
    A song from Anne Boleyn's song book (Tudor)
    Alma Redemptoris Palestrina (Track 8 from Venetian Glory)
    Jubilae Deo Grabrieli (Track 12 from Venetian Glory)
    Kyrie Palestrina (Track 3 from Cathedral Masterpiece)
    Libera Nos - John Shephard (Track 7 from Cathedral Masterpiece)
    O Bone Jesu - Robert Parsons (Tudor)
     

    • 21 min
    Interview with Author and Historian Gareth Russell

    Interview with Author and Historian Gareth Russell

    As the fifth wife of Henry VIII, Katheryn Howard’s story is always told in one of two ways, either she was sexually promiscuous and uneducated, or that she was naive and tragic. On the episode today my guest will show us who the real Katheryn Howard was.


    I’m Rebecca Larson, host of the Tudors Dynasty Podcast and owner of TudorsDynasty.com. Telling the stories of those who lived centuries before us is what I enjoy doing most.  Whether it be a show on one subject or an interview with an author/historian, I’ll bring you the tales of 16th century England.


    Today, my guest is author and historian, Gareth Russell. Gareth has written several books including Young and Damned and Fair - The Life of Catherine Howard, Fifth Wife of King Henry VIII, as well as his new release, a topic that also interests many of us - The Ship of Dreams: The Sinking of the Titanic and the End of the Edwardian Era. We will talk about both - but be sure to stick around to the end to hear what he answers to fun questions are! 


    Find Gareth Online:


    Facebook: @garethrussellhistorian


    Intagram: _garethrussell


    Twitter: @garethrussell1


    Young and Damned and Fair on Amazon 


    The Ship of Dreams: The Sinking of the Titanic and the End of the Edwardian Era 


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    Patreon.com/TudorsDynasty click "Become a Patron"


     


    Written by: Rebecca Larson


    Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Gareth Russell


    Produced by: Rebecca Larson


    Imaging by: Troy Larson


    Music Credits: Music from https://filmmusic.io


    "Folk Round" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)


    License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

     

    • 40 min
    Interview with Author and Historian Nicola Tallis

    Interview with Author and Historian Nicola Tallis

    On this episode of the Tudors Dynasty Podcast I welcome one of my favorite authors - Nicola Tallis. Nicola and I talk about Lady Jane Grey, Lettice Knollys and Margaret Beaufort. Three amazing woman from our favorite dynasty.
    I'll put Nicola on the spot about Margaret being responsible for the princes in the Tower, and whether she had been pushing her son to the throne all along. She'll tell us what amazing things we will find out about Margaret from this new research. 
    Be sure to stick around to find out what she has in common with Dan Jones.
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    Written by: Rebecca Larson
    Voiced by: Rebecca Larson & Nicola Tallis
    Produced by: Rebecca Larson
    Imaging by: Troy Larson
    Music Credits: 
    Music from https://filmmusic.io
    "Folk Round" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
    License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) 
     
     

    • 26 min

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