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Making the poppies - The Tower of London Remembers
 
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In 2014 the Tower of London will be commemorating the centenary anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War through a major art installation, in collaboration with ceramic artist Paul Cummins. The Tower's dry moat will be filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies -- one for each British fatality during the war. This first film documents the making of the ceramic poppies in Derby. Paul Cummins talks through process of turning blocks of clay into ceramic poppies which will fill the moat at the Tower of London. Watch the second film, the installing of the poppies, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VZPoyTiJJc
Views: 364630 Historic Royal Palaces
Installing the Poppies - The Tower of London Remembers Project
 
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In 2014 the Tower of London will be commemorating the centenary anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War through a major art installation, in collaboration with ceramic artist Paul Cummins with stage setting by Tom Piper. The Tower's dry moat will be filled with 888,246 ceramic poppies -- one for each British fatality during the war. This second film documents the installation process of the ceramic poppies in the moat, where theatre designers come together with volunteers to realise an ambitious project to commemorate the First World War, which will continue to grow until Armistice Day on 11 November. Watch the first video, the making of the poppies, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58aX_EBwzr4&index=1&list=PLTyVTmfN-rLnaZLuppDTV7osRZbPcWhzR
Views: 31617 Historic Royal Palaces
The Tower of London: An introduction for schools
 
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Yeoman Warders, also known as the Beefeaters, and school children give an introduction to the Tower of London. This video can be used in preparation for a school visit to the Tower. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/sessions-for-schools/
Views: 26024 Historic Royal Palaces
Chocolate Port cookalong
 
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Find out how to make the most luxurious Georgian chocolate drink in this short cookalong film where our food historian, Marc Meltonville, demonstrates how to make Chocolate Port.
The Tower of London Poppies
 
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Over 5 million people travelled from across the country and around the world to see the installation of 888,246 ceramic poppies at the Tower of London. The commemorative artwork, by artists Paul Cummins and Tom Piper, caught the nation’s imagination and acted as a place of pilgrimage for millions of people to reflect on the First World War, 100 years since its outbreak in 1914. Discover how the poppies were made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58aX_EBwzr4&list=TLrxIW8iGmqUk Find out how the poppies were installed in the moat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VZPoyTiJJc See more of the amazing drone footage of poppies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2jrbxgu4Gk Music: Silent Night by Timbre. Silent Night was sung simultaneously in French, English and German by troops during the Christmas Truce of 1914 during the First World War, as it was one carol that soldiers on both sides of the front line knew.
Views: 63267 Historic Royal Palaces
3D printing Henry VIII's crown
 
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The first ever 3D printed version of a royal crown. This reconstruction has been scanned using structured light 3D scanning and cross polarised photogrammetry to produce this model. The model was then printed using Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and Stereolithography (SLA) techniques. Download the model at: www.thingiverse.com/HistoricRoyalPalaces
Views: 18859 Historic Royal Palaces
The Glorious Georges - The Curators' Stories
 
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Discover the characters of the Georgian Court through the stories from our curators. The Georgian Court will be brought to life at Hampton Court, Kensington and Kew Palaces this year with a series of events. 17 April -- 30 November http://bit.ly/GloriousGeorgesHRP
Meet the Glorious Georges
 
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Step into the world of the Georgian kings at Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace from 17 April. http://bit.ly/GloriousGeorges
The Chocolate Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace
 
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Chocolate was considered a great Georgian luxury, with only the most fashionable drinking the rich, dark delight. George I and George II enjoyed it so much they had their own private chocolate maker preparing the King's chocolate in a private kitchen in Hampton Court Palace. Up until recently this kitchen was lost. However, from 14 February it will be open it to the public for the first time -- the last surviving royal chocolate kitchen in the country.
Views: 21071 Historic Royal Palaces
The White Tower – dinner set up
 
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HM Tower of London is one of the UK’s top tourist attractions, and the White Tower is the oldest and most iconic building within the grounds, so there is no surprise it is full of visitors till closing time every day. This leaves us with a short turnaround time to change the venue from daytime exhibition, to stunning evening event space for dinners or receptions. With our dedicated staff, experienced contractors and military precision, we are able to prepare this spectacular backdrop to your event in just one hour!
The Tower Poppies from above
 
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The installation of 888,246 ceramic poppies at the Tower of London, entitled Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red, is captured by a quadcopter in this short film which shows previously unseen views of the spectacular commemorative installation. Watch the making of the Poppies film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58aX_EBwzr4&list=TLTWJndSEj1Co Watch the installing the Poppies film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VZPoyTiJJc
Views: 41426 Historic Royal Palaces
The Story of Anne Boleyn's Coronation Procession
 
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On 31st May 1533, crowds gathered on the streets of London for the Coronation Procession of Anne Boleyn from the Tower of London. Children have described and illustrated the story for this video. This film can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/learning/teachers/teachers-resources/
The making of the Chocolate Kitchen
 
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Discover not only the history of the Chocolate Kitchen but the conservation and care which went into this stunning restoration project at Hampton Court Palace.
Views: 11971 Historic Royal Palaces
The Tower of London returns gun salute to the FGS Niedersachsen
 
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For the first time in 40 years a return salute has been performed at the Tower of London. The German naval ship, the FGS Niedersachsen, saluted the Tower of London with a 19 gun salute, the Tower of London responded in kind.
Views: 10652 Historic Royal Palaces
Tudors at the Tower Family Festival
 
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Family festival at the Tower of London during the May bank holiday 2014. We'd love you to join us at our next family event. Click to find out more: http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/WhatsOn/Default.aspx
How to become a Beefeater
 
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Find out what it takes to become a Beefeater (Yeoman Warder) at the Tower of London. For more information on the role and how to apply to become a Beefeater: http://bit.ly/BeefeaterHRP
Why remember?
 
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After a hundred years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Join the conversation on Twitter #WhyRemember
Views: 16460 Historic Royal Palaces
Why Remember? Children's First World War Remembrance Animation (Pakeman Primary School)
 
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In 2014, Historic Royal Palaces collected children's responses to three questions about why we should remember the First World War. These videos can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/history-and-stories/tower-of-london-remembers/why-remember/
The Triforium explained - Majesty and Mortar with Dan Cruickshank (BBC)
 
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A behind-the-scenes excerpt of the Triforium in the Chapel of St. John at the Tower of London, from BBC4 TV series Majesty and Mortar presented by Dan Cruickshank's in partnership with Historic Royal Palaces.
Q&A with Henry VIII
 
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Who was Henry VIII's favourite wife? Did Anne Boleyn really commit adultery? Find out answers to these questions and more, straight from the King's mouth!
Diversity at Historic Royal Palaces
 
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Find out more about our work in increasing the ethnic diversity of our workforce. Find out more here: http://www.hrp.org.uk/aboutus/workingforus/diversity/
Why should we remember the First World War?
 
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In 2014, Historic Royal Palaces asked children to respond to the question: Why should we remember the First World War? These videos can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stage 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/history-and-stories/tower-of-london-remembers/why-remember/
Byward Painting at the Tower of London
 
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Located just above the entrance to the Tower of London the Byward painting, painted in the reign of Richard II, depicts Saint Michael the archangel weighing souls.
Tower of London unveils working drawbridge
 
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After several years of planning and construction, the Tower of London now has a working drawbridge for the first time since the 1970s. The first drawbridge on this site was built in 1834, to allow munitions to be brought into the basement of the White Tower from the wharf. The drawbridge originally spanned a water filled moat. In 1978 the rising drawbridge element was found to be 'troublesome' and was removed, leaving the bridge permanently fixed in place. The new, working drawbridge has been constructed with steel and English Oak cladding and using traditional carpentry methods.
Why should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem
How should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem For more information on #WhyRemember visit: http://www.hrp.org.uk/Whyremember
Why should we remember the First World War?
 
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We asked members of the public at Tower Poppies about First World War remembrance as part of our Why Remember? project. Find out more: http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/VisitUs/Topthingstoseeanddo/Poppies/Whyremember
Why is 100 years significant in remembering the First World War?
 
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In 2014, Historic Royal Palaces asked children to respond to the question: Why is 100 years significant in remembering the First World War? These are their responses. These videos can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stage 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/history-and-stories/tower-of-london-remembers/why-remember/
Why Remember? Children's First World War Remembrance Animation (Mayflower Primary School)
 
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In 2014, Historic Royal Palaces collected children's responses to three questions about why we should remember the First World War. These videos can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stages 2 and 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/history-and-stories/tower-of-london-remembers/why-remember/
How do you want to remember the First World War?
 
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In 2014 Historic Royal Palaces asked children to respond to the question: How do you want to remember the First World War? These are their responses. These videos can be used as a teacher resource for Key Stage 3. http://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/history-and-stories/tower-of-london-remembers/why-remember/
Why should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem
Why is 100 years significant? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem For more information on #WhyRemember visit: http://www.hrp.org.uk/Whyremember
How should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem For more information on #WhyRemember visit: http://www.hrp.org.uk/Whyremember
Court Whispering 2014
 
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Court Whispering was a collaborative performance project developed in partnership between English National Ballet, Historic Royal Palaces and Open Age. Inspired by stories of 'The Glorious Georges' at Historic Royal Palaces, Open Age dancers worked with English National Ballet choreographers and composers to develop a creative performance that shared the sense of gossip and intrigue surrounding the Georgian Court at Kensington Palace. After two months of intense workshops, dancers performed for nearly 300 people at the Banqueting House, helping the audience gain a better understanding of the Georgian Court through movement, music and participation.
Why should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem
Why is 100 years significant? #WhyRemember
 
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Take part in our Why Remember? schools project here: whyremember.hrp.org.uk
Takeover Day - Tower Poppies poem
 
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As part of Kids in Museums Takeover Day 2014, pupils from Grey Coat Hospital School and Pakeman Primary School took over the Tower of London. The students were given jobs to do that adults would normally be responsible for. They took charge of social media and interviewed some key people involved in the project.
How should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem
Why is 100 years significant? #WhyRemember
 
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We asked members of the public at Tower Poppies about First World War remembrance as part of our Why Remember? project. Find out more: http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/VisitUs/Topthingstoseeanddo/Poppies/Whyremember
Why is 100 years significant? #WhyRemember
 
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After 100 years, stories of the First World War are fading from memory. How can we keep them alive? Share your answers and make sure history is not forgotten: bit.ly/whyRemem For more information on #WhyRemember visit: http://www.hrp.org.uk/Whyremember
How do you want to remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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We asked members of the public at Tower Poppies about First World War remembrance as part of our Why Remember? project. Find out more: http://www.hrp.org.uk/TowerOfLondon/VisitUs/Topthingstoseeanddo/Poppies/Whyremember
Takeover Day - the Tower Poppies project
 
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As part of the Kids in Museums Takeover Day 2014, pupils from Grey Coat Hospital School and Pakeman Primary School took over the Tower of London. The students were given jobs to do that adults would normally be responsible for. They took charge of social media for the day and interviewed some key people involved in the project.
Why should we remember the First World War? #WhyRemember
 
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Take part in our Why Remember? schools project here: whyremember.hrp.org.uk

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