Just before Christmas I recorded an interview with the History Channel podcast team, which was fun to do as it's always lovely to talk about Tudor history, and especially Anne Boleyn.
If you're in an English speaking country, you should be able to find the podcast on your usual podcast platform. Here's the blurb and a few links for you:
January 15, 1535. King Henry VIII has a decree. As of today, he is "the only supreme head on earth of the Church of England". Which means: the Pope is no longer head of the Church in England for the first time in history. And why? All because of a woman named Anne Boleyn. King Henry VIII moves heaven and earth to marry the woman he loves, but just a thousand days later he will have her executed. Why did he do it? And how is the story we always tell about Anne Boleyn all wrong?
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