Royal History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley (2020) - TV Show
Lucy Worsley discovers how the history of the Reformation has been manipulated and mythologised by generations of politicians and writers.
Henry's divorce from Catherine of Aragon created a religious and political schism between England and Europe that can be still be felt in Britain today. The Reformation is often portrayed as a lusty Royal soap opera, but Lucy reveals that it was about far more than a randy King in pursuit of a younger wife and a long-awaited male heir. It also laid the foundations for our modern constitution and economic power as an Empire.
Historian Lucy Worsley debunks popular myths and royal as well as anti-royal propaganda about key events from British royal history including the English Reformation, the attack of the Spanish Armada and Queen Anne's forgotten legacy.
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Royal History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley Airs: Friday
Royal History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley Status: Break
ROYAL HISTORY'S BIGGEST FIBS WITH LUCY WORSLEY - General Information
Series Premiere: February 18, 2020 Classification: Documentary Genre: Documentary | History Network: BBC Two Airs: Friday at 09:00 pm Runtime: 60 Minutes
ROYAL HISTORY'S BIGGEST FIBS WITH LUCY WORSLEY - Season 1 -- 3 Episodes
1x1 -- Feb 18, 2020 -- Reformation 1x2 -- Feb 25, 2020 -- The Spanish Armada 1x3 -- Mar 03, 2020 -- Queen Anne and the Union
ROYAL HISTORY'S BIGGEST FIBS WITH LUCY WORSLEY - Season 2 -- 3 Episodes
2x1 -- Nov 06, 2020 -- French Revolution 2x2 -- Nov 13, 2020 -- George IV and the Regency 2x3 -- Nov 20, 2020 -- Russian Revolution
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