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The Story of Lady Margaret Pole
 
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Maragret Pole, the oldest female prisoner in the Tower of London's history, was imprisoned in 1538. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Views: 17335 Historic Royal Palaces
The Story of Sir Thomas More
 
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This is the story of Sir Thomas More, Henry VIII' s chancellor, who was imprisoned at the Tower of London in 1534 for refusing to accept the King as Head of the Church. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Views: 67131 Historic Royal Palaces
The real Peter the Wild Boy
 
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A feral child, a royal pet, a Georgian celebrity and a resident of Kensington Palace: Peter the Wild Boy was one of the most extraordinary characters of 18th century Britain. Here, Historic Royal Palaces' chief curator, Lucy Worsley, tells his remarkable story, visiting some of the places he lived and showing some of the images and objects associated with him.
Views: 63852 Historic Royal Palaces
Grinling Gibbons' carvings at Hampton Court Palace
 
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Grinling Gibbons' wood carvings at Hampton Court Palace are some of the finest works by the grand master of the art form. Here, State Apartment Warder Konrad Jordaan explains why they are some of his favourite things and tells the fascinating stories from Gibbons' life and the monarchs who commissioned him. You can see longer versions of these 'A few of my favourite things' talks live at the palace throughout the year -- visit www.hrp.org.uk for details. A film by Tim Powell at Historic Royal Palaces.
Views: 21450 Historic Royal Palaces
The Story of the Queen's Favourite
 
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This is the story of the Earl of Essex, who was one of the Queen's favoured courtiers. He fell out of favour and became a prisoner at the Tower of London in 1601. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Henry VIII's tapestries revealed
 
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Discover how Henry VIII's tapestries looked when he first set eyes on them over 500 years ago. This is a film of the award-winning tapestry recolouration project by conservation scientists from Historic Royal Palaces and the University of Manchester, narrated by our trustee Sir Trevor McDonald. This research resulted in a temporary animated projection that produced a virtual colour reconstruction of one of Henry VIII's tapestries. For more information visit: http://www.hrp.org.uk/aboutus/whatwedo/collectionscare/vrtapestrieshamptoncourt.aspx
Views: 16743 Historic Royal Palaces
Henry VIII's Astronomical Clock at Hampton Court Palace
 
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Henry VIII's Astronomical Clock told the Tudor Court everything they needed to know - the times, the tides and the future! Here State Apartment Warder Susan Rowe tells us why it is one of her favourite things - and explains what it tells us of the 16th Century view of the world. You can see longer versions of these 'A few of my favourite things' talks live at the palace throughout the year - visit www.hrp.org.uk for details. A film by Tim Powell at Historic Royal Palaces.
Views: 18031 Historic Royal Palaces
Royal wedding cakes: a history
 
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From Tudor 'subtleties' to nine-foot tall towers, via the first ever model bride and groom on top a cake: Marc Meltonville, food historian and project leader of the historic kitchens team at Historic Royal Palaces, tells us about the fascinating history of royal wedding cakes.
Views: 21640 Historic Royal Palaces
Royal wedding dresses: a history
 
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What can history teach us about Kate Middleton's choice of wedding dress? Dr Joanna Marschner reveals the style and symbolism of two centuries of royal wedding dresses. Find out what the dresses say about attitudes to royal marriage, about the the state of the nation - and about the personality of the brides who wore them. From Princess Charlotte's silver gown of 1826, through Queen Victoria's iconic white silk dress, through to Princess Margaret's Norman Hartnell designed couture gown. The dresses are part of the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection looked after by Historic Royal Palaces at Kensington Palace.
Views: 1428684 Historic Royal Palaces
The Story of a King and a Rebel
 
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This is the story of the King of Scotland, John Balliol, and the Scottish rebel William Wallace, prisoners at the Tower of London during the reign of Edward I. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Prince Albert: champion of innovation - with Adam Hart-Davis
 
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Prince Albert was a champion of Victorian innovation and industry - and apparently fond of gadgets! Here Adam Hart-Davis, champion of our campaign to transform Kensington Palace by 2012, tells us about his love of the Victorians - and explains why you should play your part in the palace's future. More at www.hrp.org.uk/playyourpart
The Story of Lord Nithsdale
 
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Children describe and illustrate the story of Lord Nithsdale, a prisoner at the Tower of London in 1716. He was imprisoned for his part in the Jacobite Rising. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
The Story of Lady Jane Grey
 
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Lady Jane Grey, the 'nine days queen', was imprisoned at the Tower of London in 1553. Children describe and illustrate her story. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
The Story of Father John Gerard
 
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This is the story of Father John Gerard, a Catholic missionary in Elizabethan England, who was imprisoned at the Tower of London in 1598. Children have described and illustrated his story. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Love at the Enchanted Palace
 
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A film created by students at Kenington Palace as part of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, Creative Quarter event 2011. Students were given one of six themes to work with - and used the Enchanted Palace exhibition as their inspiration to create a short film to capture a sense of place in response to Kensington Palace
The Story of Guy Fawkes
 
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Imprisoned in 1605, Guy Fawkes is one of the most well-known of the Tower of London's prisoners. Children have described and illustrated his time at the Tower and his role in the Gunpowder Plot. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Views: 75322 Historic Royal Palaces
The Story of the Princes in the Tower
 
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Two princes, prisoners at the Tower of London, disappeared in 1483. This story was described and illustrated by children. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Stories from the Fusiliers Museum
 
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Children describe and illustrate stories from the Fusiliers Museum London made in patnership with Historic Royal Palaces. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
The Story of Walter Raleigh
 
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Children describe and illustrate the story of Sir Walter Raleigh. He was imprisoned at the Tower of London in 1592 allegedly for marrying in secret against Elizabeth I's wishes. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
The Story of Ranulph Flambard
 
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Ranulph Flambard was the first person to be imprisoned at the Tower of London in 1100. Children describe and illustrate his imprisonment and escape. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Secrets at the Enchanted Palace
 
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A film created by students at Kenington Palace as part of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, Creative Quarter event 2011. Students were given one of six themes to work with - and used the Enchanted Palace exhibition as their inspiration to create a short film to capture a sense of place in response to Kensington Palace.
The Story of Alice Tankerville
 
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This is the story of Alice Tankerville, imprisoned at the Tower of London in 1534 for piracy. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
The Stories of the White Tower
 
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Legendary stories of the White Tower at the Tower of London as described and illustrated by children. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Curators Choice: new book released
 
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Home to a staggering collection of treasures reflecting hundreds of years of work by the finest craftspeople, these five palaces span nearly a thousand years of history. From these collections, curators from each of the palaces have selected objects that speak to them personally - from Henry VIII's magnificent tapestries of 'Petrarch's Triumphs' to the exquisite baby shoes of Edward VII, lovingly kept by Queen Victoria; from the classical nymphs and satyrs of Verrio's wall paintings at Hampton Court to the astonishing 14th-century mural discovered under layers of limewash in the Tower of London's Byward Tower; from Queen Charlotte's magnificent State bed to the preserved Georgian kitchens at Kew Palace. Want to know more? Why not buy the book! http://www.historicroyalpalaces.com/historic-royal-palaces-curators-choice.html
Enchanted Palace: Paul Costelloe's Dresses for Imaginary Friends
 
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Fashion designer Paul Costelloe explains the inspiration for his installation in Enchanted Palace at Kensington Palace. Based on the palacial dimensions of the room, the loneliness of Queen Victoria's childhood and how these contrast with his own childhood, Paul has created these stunning dresses for giant puppets as imaginary friends for a lonely princess.
Transformation at the Enchanted Palace
 
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A film created by students at Kenington Palace as part of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, Creative Quarter event 2011. Students were given one of six themes to work with - and used the Enchanted Palace exhibition as their inspiration to create a short film to capture a sense of place in response to Kensington Palace.
The Story of Anne Boleyn
 
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Anne Boleyn, second wife to King Henry VIII, was a prisoner at the Tower of London in 1536. Children describe and illustrate her imprisonment. These films are a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
Duty at the Enchanted Palace
 
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A film created by students at Kenington Palace as part of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, Creative Quarter event 2011. Students were given one of six themes to work with - and used the Enchanted Palace exhibition as their inspiration to create a short film to capture a sense of place in response to Kensington Palace
How to make 'Enchanted' paper roses
 
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Create your own white paper roses, as featured in Enchanted Palace at Kensington Palace - some melancholy Victoriana from artist Tom Barnecut. Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Power at the Enchanted Palace
 
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A film created by students at Kenington Palace as part of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, Creative Quarter event 2011. Students were given one of six themes to work with - and used the Enchanted Palace exhibition as their inspiration to create a short film to capture a sense of place in response to Kensington Palace
Magic at The Enchanted Palace
 
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A film created by students at Kenington Palace as part of the Exhibition Road Cultural Group, Creative Quarter event 2011. Students were given one of six themes to work with - and used the Enchanted Palace exhibition as their inspiration to create a short film to capture a sense of place in response to Kensington Palace

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