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Join Lucy Worsley on a journey across Europe to visit the incredible locations of royal history. From the Spanish Armada to the French Revolution, learn how royal history is a mixture of facts, exaggeration, manipulation and mythology.

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Join Lucy Worsley on a journey across Europe to visit the incredible locations of royal history. From the Spanish Armada to the French Revolution, learn how royal history is a mixture of facts, exaggeration, manipulation and mythology.

    • EPISODE 1

    Elizabeth I: The Warrior Queen

    Lucy Worsley reveals how the image of Elizabeth I as a Warrior Queen was created by a series of myths and secrets about her victory over the infamous Spanish Armada.

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    • 54 Minutes

    Lucy Worsley reveals how the image of Elizabeth I as a Warrior Queen was created by a series of myths and secrets about her victory over the infamous Spanish Armada.

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    • 54 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Queen Anne: The Mother of Great Britain

    Lucy Worsley investigates why Queen Anne’s powerful role in the forging of Great Britain has often been forgotten. This is the inside story of the salacious gossip about Anne’s love life that helped destroy her image and her legacy.

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    • 54 Minutes

    Lucy Worsley investigates why Queen Anne’s powerful role in the forging of Great Britain has often been forgotten. This is the inside story of the salacious gossip about Anne’s love life that helped destroy her image and her legacy.

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    • 54 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Marie Antoinette: The Doomed Queen

    Lucy Worsley finds out why Marie Antoinette is often blamed for the French Revolution by saying ’Let them eat cake’. The doomed Queen was more than a passive victim and Lucy uncovers the myths and secrets that led her to the guillotine.

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    Lucy Worsley finds out why Marie Antoinette is often blamed for the French Revolution by saying ’Let them eat cake’. The doomed Queen was more than a passive victim and Lucy uncovers the myths and secrets that led her to the guillotine.

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    • 54 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    The Reformation

    Lucy Worsley investigates the inside story of the English Reformation. Was Henry VIII's desire to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn the real reason for England's split from Catholic Europe. Or was there a secret political agenda at work behind the scenes?

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    • 54 Minutes

    Lucy Worsley investigates the inside story of the English Reformation. Was Henry VIII's desire to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn the real reason for England's split from Catholic Europe. Or was there a secret political agenda at work behind the scenes?

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    • EPISODE 5

    George IV and the Regency

    Lucy Worsley reveals how mental health problems forced King George III to relinquish power to his debauched and extravagant son. Was this really an era of elegance and regal splendor, or an age of radicalism and revolution? How were myths and secrets used to save the British monarchy?

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    • 55 Minutes

    Lucy Worsley reveals how mental health problems forced King George III to relinquish power to his debauched and extravagant son. Was this really an era of elegance and regal splendor, or an age of radicalism and revolution? How were myths and secrets used to save the British monarchy?

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    • EPISODE 6

    The Russian Revolution

    The October Revolution of 1917 has gone down in history as the only Russian Revolution that really mattered. But Lucy Worsley reveals that the earlier revolution in February that year was downplayed in Bolshevik history books and films, despite the fact that it was the truly spontaneous popular uprising that swept the Czar from power.

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    • 54 Minutes

    The October Revolution of 1917 has gone down in history as the only Russian Revolution that really mattered. But Lucy Worsley reveals that the earlier revolution in February that year was downplayed in Bolshevik history books and films, despite the fact that it was the truly spontaneous popular uprising that swept the Czar from power.

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    • 54 Minutes
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