Witch Trials: How James VI Began Britain’s Murderous Century: A Century Of Murder Documentary

Four-hundred years ago, innocent people by the masses were killed as an obsession to stamp out “evil” swept across the British Isles with James I of England/ VI of Scotland at the helm. Women were being accused of witchcraft. The amazing Dr. Suzannah Lipscomb investigates the events of this dark period in a documentary titled Witches: A Century Of Murder. James VI and I was King of Scotland as James VI from July 24th, 1567 and King of England and Ireland as James I from March 24th, 1603 until his death in March of 1625. James became concerned with the…

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Documentary Review ╽Life On A Tudor Monastery – Absolute History

In today’s blog post, I wanted to share a six episode documentary series called Life On A Tudor Monastery made by BBC. All episodes are aired and free on this amazing YouTube channel called Absolute History, with the permission of the BBC and its content creators. It was a very enjoyable series detailing what life was like during the Tudor Era. They have many series that are quite excellent! I watched this series and several more with a good friend of mine over a week period. It was quite fun seeing the cast experience a time not their own. The…

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The Royal Collection╽ Documentaries To Watch Right Now With Lucy Worsley!

My favorite presenter, historian, and author is Lucy Worsley. She is an amazing historian who has hosted quite a respectable amount of documentaries. I just love her enthusiasm and personality portrayed in her shows. This woman loves life and it shows! In today’s post, I have compiled an excellent list with video of some must see Lucy documentaries! British History’s Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley  | War of the Roses Lucy Worsley debunks the foundation myth of one of our favorite royal dynasties, the Tudors. According to the history books, after 30 years of bloody battles between the white-rosed Yorkists…

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