Private Lives of the Tudors: The Court of Henry VIII
A THOUSAND YEARS OF ROYALTY • 44m
Historian Tracy Borman takes us behind the closed doors of the Tudor court where sex and power and the very architecture of the palaces created a febrile, hothouse atmosphere in which scandals erupted on an almost daily basis.
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