The Virgin Queen explores the full sweep of Elizabeth's life: from her days of fear as a potential victim of her sister's terror; through her great love affair with Robert Dudley; into her ... See full summary »
When Elizabeth Tudor comes to the throne, her (male) advisers know she has to marry. Doesn't she? Thus starts a decades-long political/ matrimonial game, during an age of high passions and high achievement.
Author Thomas Penn takes an extraordinary journey into the dark and chilling world of the first Tudor King, Henry VII. From his victory over Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth, to his ... See full summary »
Not even five minutes into this film, I stopped watching. Historically inaccurate portrayals do not inspire desire in me to watch more. Catherine of Aragon had reddis/blonde hair hair from an English ancestress, she may have been a Spanish princess but no black hair. Also long hair was part of being a virgin bride/princess. She would NOT have a shoulder lenth bob. If If the producers, director, etc, can't get this right, what other things are wrong? For shame BBC, I expected better.
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