Listen to and download audio associated with the 'Henry VIII: Man and Monarch' exhibition.
In this intriguing talk, Alsion Weir makes a compelling case that Anne went to her death an innocent woman.
Henry VIII: The Inner Life of a Most Public King
As well as sharing her research on Henry and her thoughts on his psychology, Philippa discusses Henry’s relationships with women.
Henry VIII's Great Bible
The Great Bible, produced for Henry VIII in 1541, was the first authorised Bible in English.
David Starkey: The Achievement 1533 - 1547
In the third and final lecture David Starkey examines the paradox of Henry's life.
Henry VIII: Myths and Reality
We ask people in the street to tell us what they think they know about England's most talked-about king.
David Starkey: The Change 1509-33
This lecture looks at the change in Henry: from the ideal prince at the time of his accession to the tyrant of his maturity.
Anne Boleyn's Book of Hours
Hilary Mantel: Wolf Hall
Hilary Mantel frequently brings the darker side of history into her work. Here she reads from and discusses her novel, Wolf Hall.
This book of psalms was Henry's personal copy, used for private devotion.
David Starkey: The Young Henry 1491-1509
This lecture deals with Henry's upbringing as a second son, his education and induction into chivalry.
The Field of Cloth of Gold
Brett Dolman of Historic Royal Palaces talks to Rob Ainsley about the most extraordinary campsite in history.
Music was a vital part of the young king's life. Hear music written for him, including the Rose Canon in full.
Tudor maps expert Peter Barber explains how Henry changed maps, and how maps changed England.