Hello all!

No, this isn’t a big announcement that I’m bringing the podcast back (but it’s also not an announcement that I’m *not* bringing it back, for what it’s worth), I just wanted to update this blog since it has been three … Continue reading

Happy New Year!

And before anyone asks, I’m not sure when or if the podcast will be starting up again. For now it’s just on the back-burner and may make a triumphant return in 2010. We’ll just have to see! [Comments are closed … Continue reading

TudorCast #25 – June 2009

Tudorhistoryorg Twitter link: http://twitter.com/tudorhistoryorg “English Renaissance Music” by La Primavera at Magnatune.comhttp://magnatune.com/artists/primavera Episode transcript Direct mp3 download [Comments are closed on older posts. If you wish to make a comment, please contact Lara via the link in the sidebar.] … Continue reading

Short delay

Once again the fates have conspired against me and I don’t have the podcast finished yet. I may be able to get it posted before the end of the month (in two days!), but it might not be posted until … Continue reading

TudorCast #24 – May 2009

May podcast show notes: Henry VIII’s Twitter profile (by Historic Royal Palaces)http://twitter.com/IamHenryVIII The British Library’s Henry VIII: Man and Monarch podcastshttp://www.bl.uk/whatson/podcasts/exhibition/henry/index.html The British Library’s Henry VIII: Man and Monarch bloghttp://britishlibrary.typepad.co.uk/henry/ Christ’s College, Cambridge Margaret Beaufort commemoration eventhttp://www.christs.cam.ac.uk/news/events/pg/article==182 “English Renaissance Music” … Continue reading

TudorCast #23 – April 2009

Here it is, finally! Henry VIII 500th Anniversary events page August 2007 podcast that included Empson and Dudley: http://tudorhistory.org/podcast/08-2007.html La Primavera at Magnatune.com Episode Transcript Direct mp3 download [Comments are closed on older posts. If you wish to make a … Continue reading

Quick Announcement

Just a quick audio announcement since I wasn’t able to get the new episode finished in time for the actual 500th anniversary date. And it was a test run on my new software – which might take some getting used … Continue reading

An update

Since I’ve been getting a few emails of late about the podcast, I thought I would go ahead and post a short update here for anyone who stumbles by. As you can see, I didn’t get around to starting the … Continue reading

TudorCast #22- March 2008

Featured website: English Heritage http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/Images of England: http://www.imagesofengland.org.uk/PastScape: http://www.pastscape.org/ Wikimedia link for fan vaults: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Fan_vaults Oriel window images: Shakespeare’s Birthplace Sudeley Castle Hampton Court Palace Portcullis images: Bodiam Castle Westminster Abbey exterior (can you find all five portcullises?) Music from … Continue reading

TudorCast #21- February 2008

Featured Website: ThePeerage.com Internet Archive Text collection “The Chronicle of England During the Reign of the Tudors” Part One and Part Two Elizabeth I’s New Year’s Gifts rolls website Lyrics to “Come Again, Sweet Love Doth Now Inviteā€ Come again, … Continue reading

TudorCast #20 – January 2008

Featured Website: Museum of Garden History Music from Magnatune.comLa Primavera, The Dufay Collective (album “A Lestampida”) and Jacob Heringman (album “Blame Not My Lute”) Intro – “Greensleeves” by La Primavera on “English Renaissance Music”After news – Excerpt from “Salterello” – … Continue reading

TudorCast #19 – December 2007

Featured Website: The Museum of London Link to the full text of An Audience with Queen Elizabeth Music from Magnatune.comLa Primavera, The Dufay Collective (album “A Lestampida”) and Jacob Heringman (album “Blame Not My Lute”) Intro – “Greensleeves” by La … Continue reading

TudorCast #18 – November 2007

Featured Website: The British Library Music from Magnatune.com La Primavera, The Dufay Collective (album “Cancionero”) and Jacob Heringman (album “Blame Not My Lute”) Intro – “Greensleeves” by La Primavera on “English Renaissance Music”After news – “Passe Velours” by Jacob Heringman … Continue reading