Who was Mary, Queen of Scots? Why was she imprisoned?
Mary Stuart became queen of the Scots when she was six days old, was widowed at 18 and was executed aged 44. She ruled from 1542 to 1567
Tudor John Knox: Scottish minister, writer and leader of the Reformation
This month Melita Thomas of Tudor Times explores the life and times of Tudor John Knox, a Scottish firebrand who lived through during the reigns of King Henry VIII, Edward VI, Bloody Mary and Queen…
Tudor of the month: John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland
How did a traitor’s son rise to become the most powerful man in Tudor England? Melita Thomas of Tudor Times investigates…
January: Tudor of the Month – Lady Margaret Beaufort
Together with Tudor Times we profile a different figure every month. Here, Melita Thomas tackles Lady Margaret Beaufort, the mother of the Tudor dynasty.
Tudor of the Month: Lady Margaret Douglas
Together with Tudor Times we profile a different figure every month. Here, Melita Thomas tackles Lady Margaret Douglas, who features in the latest issue of BRITAIN. Lady Margaret Douglas lived an incident-packed life. She experienced almost everything that…