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Henry VIII's kitchens at Hampton Court Palace
 
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The kitchens of Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace are the largest surviving Renaissance kitchens in Europe. Occupying nearly one third of the ground floor of the Palace, 36,000 square feet they have become internationally famous as the home of Tudor food. Today they are home to a unique project; a team of Food Historians who have been given the challenge to learn from actually using them as they would have been 500 years ago. Here, Marc Meltonville, Project co-ordinator for the Historic Kitchens Team, gives an introduction to Henry VIII's infamous food factory...
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The ravens at the Tower of London: the guardians of the Tower
 
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Legend says that the kingdom and the Tower will fall if the six resident ravens ever leave the fortress... There are nine ravens at the Tower today (the required six plus a few spare!). Their lodgings are to be found next to the Wakefield Tower. These magnificent birds, large members of the genus Corvus, the crow family, respond only to the Ravenmaster and should not be approached too closely by anyone else!
Views: 61885 Historic Royal Palaces
The ghosts of Hampton Court Palace
 
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With 500 years of dramatic, often violent history, Hampton Court Palace is commonly regarded as one of Britains most haunted buildings. Here, State Apartment Warder David Packer takes you on a tour of the places within the palace most associated with ghostly goings-on. For information on ghost tours and visiting the palace, go to www.hrp.org.uk
Views: 220157 Historic Royal Palaces
The death of Henry VIII
 
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Experts discuss the likely causes of the death of Henry VIII on 28 Jan 1547.
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The psychology of Henry VIII
 
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A range of Tudor historians discuss the psychlogy of Henry VIII: insecure, tyrannical, generous, egotistical, cultured, sporting ?
Views: 63423 Historic Royal Palaces
Hilary Mantel and David Starkey discuss Henry VIII - part 1
 
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Hilary Mantel and David Starkey discuss the shared subject of their new books - Henry VIII. Filmed in location in the Upper Bell Tower in the Tower of London: the scene of John Fishers imprisonment prior to being martyred.
Views: 39549 Historic Royal Palaces
The real 'Young Victoria'
 
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'Young Victoria' the film starring Emily Blunt, Miranda Richardson and Rupert Friend is released in UK cinemas on the 6th March 2009. It tells the story of Queen Victoria's "early rise to power". Victoria's actual childhood was spent at Kensington Palace, having been born there in 1819, in the room now known as the North Drawing Room. It was at Kensington she learnt that her uncle had died and she was now queen. Victoria, aged just 18 years, held her accession Privy Council in the Red Saloon. She even met a young Albert in the palace - four years before she eventually married him! In this film, Historic Royal Palaces Chief Curator, Lucy Worsley tells the story of the young Victoria in the place it really happened.
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Lighting a Tudor fire  without matches!
 
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There are literally hundreds of fireplaces in the palace, but did you ever stop to think how fires like the huge cooking fire of the great kitchen were lit before the days of matches? Our master cook shows you how dont try this at home!
Views: 17895 Historic Royal Palaces
What the cooks wore and why
 
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King Henry VIII is very particular about how his cooks dress. He doesnt want guests who pop down for a snack running into anyone working naked or in rags. Appropriate Tudor shirts, hats and jackets should be worn at all times.
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Clothing in Henry VIII's Tudor England
 
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Made as part of HISTORY's Henry Week which featured the premieres of two new shows: Inside The Body of Henry VIII; and Inside The World of Henry VIII. Further details here: http://tinyurl.com/mg4dz3
Views: 91278 Historic Royal Palaces
Turning the spit
 
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Court life, and celebrations wouldnt be the same without a reception feast. Henry VIII was a man who liked his food. Join the kitchen boys as they turn the spits. They could do with your help!
Views: 10158 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry's Women
 
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Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, behearded, survived. Here, curator Brett Dolman uses the eight rare 16 century portraits of his wives and daughters, assembled as part of the temporary exhibition 'Henry's Women' at Hampton Court Palace, to tell the story of Henry VIII and the Tudor saga. The exhibition was part of Henry VIII: heads and hearts, a year-long programme of spectacular exhibitions, events and celebratory activities marking the 500th anniversary of the mighty Tudor monarchs accession to the throne.
Views: 70905 Historic Royal Palaces
Why Henry VIII would have gone to war
 
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Experts discuss war in the 16th century and why Henry VIII would have gone to war.
Hampton Court Palace: an introduction
 
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The history of Hampton Court Palace is in fact the tale of two palaces ... a magnificent Tudor palace, developed by Cardinal Wolsey and later made infamous by Henry VIII, alongside an elegant baroque palace built by William III and Mary II nearly 200 years later. Here, Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, gives an introduction to this magnificent pleasure palace.
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Katherine Howard
 
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We asked members of Historic Royal Palaces staff which of Henry VIII's wives as the best. Here, Ian Franklin, State Apartment Warder at Hampton Court Palace - and one of its resident ghost experts! - argues the unfairness of branding Katherine Howard as merely the ultimate Tudor bimbo. When beheaded at the Tower of London in 1542, for premarital sexual activity and alleged marital infidelity, Henry VIIIs rose without a thorn was nothing more than the victim of circumstance. Besides, her status as Hampton Court Palaces most important ex-wife is secured by the fact that according to some people at least her ghost is still there! In 2009 Hampton Court Palace will be home to rarely seen 16th-century portraits of each of the women in Henry VIII's life mother, sisters daughters and wives - and will be joined by evocative objects intimately connected to their fate.
Views: 22342 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry VIII: medicine in Tudor England
 
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A delve deep into the medical world of the Tudors. Opening up Henry VIIIs medical case notes to examine his famed ill-health and hypochondria, and discovers that the soothsayers should have paid greater attention to his star sign. Dr Hurren and other historians talking talk about medicine, the body and the natural world.
Views: 27339 Historic Royal Palaces
Hilary Mantel and David Starkey discuss Henry VIII - part 2
 
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Hilary Mantel and David Starkey discuss the shared subject of their new books - Henry VIII. Filmed in location in the Upper Bell Tower in the Tower of London: the scene of John Fishers imprisonment prior to being martyred.
Views: 15758 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry VIII and art
 
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A range of Tudor historians discuss the role of art for Henry VIII and the Tudor Court.
King's Confectionary
 
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It is not just how the food tastes but how it looks which is important. See how the expert cooks of the Kings Confectionary use sculpted wax or even ultra expensive sugar to produce the finest delicacies.
Views: 21305 Historic Royal Palaces
Death in Tudor England
 
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An examination of the examines the "frightening ubiquity of death in Henry VIIIs England, how the Tudors prepared themselves on the deathbed for the life to come, and early modern beliefs in ghosts, purgatory, heaven and hell."
Views: 31381 Historic Royal Palaces
Cleaning Henry VIII's tapestries
 
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Two and a half hours careful conservation in under two minutes! A 16th century tapestry belonging to Henry VIII is being washed in one of the worlds largest tapestry baths, measuring approximately 9 metres x 5 metres. Using de-ionised (softened) water and our own mix of detergent the tapestry is washed over a period of 4 hours by our textile conservation specialists, and over seen by our conservation scientists. The tapestry is left in place with fans and will be dry within 24 hours.
Court politics in Henry VIII's Tudor England
 
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Made as part of HISTORY's Henry Week which featured the premieres of two new shows: Inside The Body of Henry VIII; and Inside The World of Henry VIII. Further details here: http://tinyurl.com/mg4dz3
Henry VIII on film
 
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Experts discuss depictions of Henry VIII in film and how appearances on the silver screen, from Charles Laughton in 1933 to The Tudors of 2008, tell us more about the preoccupations of each generation of film-makers than the King himself.
Views: 13078 Historic Royal Palaces
The Tower of London: an introduction
 
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During its near-1000 year history, the Tower of London has been used as a royal residence, prison, armoury, zoo, treasure house and storehouse but every one of these uses stems from its might as a fortress and symbol of royal power. And today it is still a working fortress with a military presence, daily ceremonies including the Ceremony of the Keys to secure the Tower for the night and the community of Beefeaters and Tower officials that live here with their families. Here, Yeoman Warder (or Beefeater to you and I) Dickie Dover gives an introduction to this British icon.
Views: 487356 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry VIII: architecture and Tudor palaces
 
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Experts discuss Henry VIII, architecture and Tudor palaces.
Henry VIII: love, sex and marriage
 
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Experts discuss love, sex and marriage in Henry VIII's Tudor England
Views: 23361 Historic Royal Palaces
The Tower of London's ravens playing in the snow
 
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After some initial confusion that their private stomping-ground had been transformed overnight by snow, the Tower of London's ravens soon took it in their stride. In fact, within an hour they were having quite a lot of fun!
Rick Wakeman at Hampton Court Palace
 
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Prog rock in the palace! Rick Wakeman is to perform his legendary album - The Six Wives of Henry VIII - at Hampton Court Palace as part of a line-up of events to mark the 500anniversary of the King's accession to the throne.
Views: 19568 Historic Royal Palaces
Medieval Christmas at the Tower of London
 
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At the Tower of London this festive season we partied like it was 1284! Heres a selection of the medieval merriment that was on offer including carols, soldiers songs, an exquisite feast and a personal greeting from a nun and bishop!
Views: 12567 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry VIII: treasure in Tudor England
 
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Experts discuss the possessions of Henry VIII and what was treasured in Tudor England.
Politics in the time of Henry VIII
 
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Experts discuss how politics worked in Henry VIII's Tudor England
Dance in Henry VIII's Tudor England
 
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Made as part of HISTORY's Henry Week which featured the premieres of two new shows: Inside The Body of Henry VIII; and Inside The World of Henry VIII. Further details here: http://tinyurl.com/mg4dz3
Views: 22039 Historic Royal Palaces
David Starkey and Hilary Mantel discuss Henry VIII - part 3
 
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Hilary Mantel and David Starkey discuss the shared subject of their new books - Henry VIII. Filmed in location in the Upper Bell Tower in the Tower of London: the scene of John Fishers imprisonment prior to being martyred.
Views: 19659 Historic Royal Palaces
The Tower's past constables
 
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General Sir Richard Dannatt was installed as the 159th Constable of the Tower of London on the 7th October 2009 in a spectacular military ceremony. Here, Historic Royal Palaces' curator Sally Dixon-Smith tells us about some of his predecessors, including the Duke of Wellington and Thomas a Beckett.
Henry VIII and falconry
 
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An introduction to falconry and a description of Henry VIII's obsession with the sport. Made as part of HISTORY's Henry Week which featured the premieres of two new shows: Inside The Body of Henry VIII; and Inside The World of Henry VIII. Further details here: http://tinyurl.com/mg4dz3
Interview with General Sir Richard Dannatt
 
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General Sir Richard Dannatt was installed as the 159th Constable of the Tower of London on the 7th October 2009 in a spectacular military ceremony. Here, in an interview recorded on September 2009, he shares his thoughts on his new role, ahead of his installation.
The role of religion in Henry VIII's Tudor England
 
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An explanation of the role of religion in Henry VIII's Tudor England. Made as part of HISTORY's Henry Week which featured the premieres of two new shows: Inside The Body of Henry VIII; and Inside The World of Henry VIII. Further details here: http://tinyurl.com/mg4dz3
Henry VIII: beliefs in Tudor England
 
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Experts consider the 'thorny issue of religious belief in Henry VIIIs England'.
Views: 17011 Historic Royal Palaces
Show and tell with spices
 
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One of the best ways to show off your wealth and good taste is by taste! Flavour your food with the most exotic spices imaginable, brought from half a world away on the backs of camels or in the groaning holds of merchant ships.
Views: 12415 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry VIII's travel itinerary
 
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Henry VIII as a traveller.
A Young Person's Guide to Kensington Palace #1
 
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Hi! We are young people from Positive Activities for Young People. We came to Kensington Palace and made films to show our favourite places and stories. We hope you enjoy it! These films were made as part of a Kensington Palace Youth Outreach project and were commissioned by Historic Royal Palaces. Many thanks to the Royal Collection for their permission to film objects at Kensington Palace from their collection.
Rock around the Palace 2008
 
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Highlights from Kensington Palace's 'Big Dance' event in 2008 - Rock around the Palace. This years event will take place on 4th July 2009 - see http://tinyurl.com/qulazn for details.
A Young Person's Guide to Kensington Palace #2
 
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Hi! We are young people from Positive Activities for Young People. We came to Kensington Palace and made films to show our favourite places and stories. We hope you enjoy it! These films were made as part of a Kensington Palace Youth Outreach project and were commissioned by Historic Royal Palaces. Many thanks to the Royal Collection for their permission to film objects at Kensington Palace from their collection.

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