Henry VIII

SECRETS OF THE SIX WIVES
Divorced, Beheaded, Survived

 

Travel with historian Lucy Worsley back to the Tudor court to witness some of the most dramatic moments in the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives, each of whom found a method of exerting influence. The series combines drama with historical comment.

 

Divorced, Beheaded, Survived
Worsley presents Henry’s last three wives: Anne of Cleves, called “ugly;” young Catherine Howard, whose tragic childhood was abusive; and finally, the far-from-saintly nurse, Katherine Parr.

 

SECRETS OF THE SIX WIVES
Beheaded, Died

 

Travel with historian Lucy Worsley back to the Tudor court to witness some of the most dramatic moments in the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives, each of whom found a method of exerting influence. The series combines drama with historical comment.

 

Beheaded, Died
Henry breaks with the Roman Church to marry Anne, but as Worsley notes, he grows tired of her and falls for Jane Seymour. Anne’s fate is sealed; she is executed and Henry immediately marries Jane, who dies soon after she gives birth to a son.

 

SECRETS OF THE SIX WIVES
Divorced

 

Travel with historian Lucy Worsley back to the Tudor court to witness some of the most dramatic moments in the lives of Henry VIII’s six wives, each of whom found a method of exerting influence. The series combines drama with historical comment.

 

Divorced
Worsley examines the happy marriage of Henry VIII to first wife, Katherine of Aragon. Despite her skill and devotion as his queen, she fails to give Henry the son he needs and he falls for Anne Boleyn.