Lady Jane Grey TV Series

England’s Forgotten Queen: The Life and Death of Lady Jane Grey, a new TV documentary in three parts, will air on 9, 10, and 11 January on BBC Four. The programme is presented by historian Helen Castor, and a handful or so of other experts will appear on the programme, too: I hear that John Guy, Leanda de Lisle, J. Stephan Edwards, James Sharpe, and Anna Whitelock will be there. I will be thrilled to watch this at some point as I was also consulted during the production process, concerning John Dudley. It will be great to see whether any of this went into the story. As I can’t watch BBC Four, I may have to wait for the DVD …

Official website “England’s Forgotten Queen”

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About Christine Hartweg

Hi, I'm the author of "Amy Robsart: A Life and Its End" and "John Dudley: The Life of Lady Jane Grey's Father-in-Law". I blog at www.allthingsrobertdudley.wordpress.com
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4 Responses to Lady Jane Grey TV Series

  1. Hoping this will be broadcast in Scotland! (Sometimes there are variations in the schedule).

  2. Unfortunately, John Dudley was a Ming the Merciless lookalike, as someone on Twitter noted, and didn’t come across well. J Stephan Edwards stuck up for him though.

  3. Esther says:

    A wonderful person known as Allthemed Docs has posted things on youtube.

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