Henry VIII Part II (1966)
The second part of a production of William Shakespeare's classic history play, adapted for radio and produced by R D Smith.Tweet
Henry VIII Part I (1966)
The first part of a production of William Shakespeare's classic history play, adapted for radio and produced by R D Smith.
Free Thinking | Tudor Families
Henry VIII from a female perspective is on offer at the Globe Theatre this summer in a new adaptation of the play written by Shakespeare and John Fletcher. Globe writer in residence Hannah Khalil explains some of the more surprising innovations in this production, while New Generation Thinker Emma Whipday presents the familiar saga of Henry VIII as the story of a step-family, and historian Joanne Paul reveals the machinations of the Dudley family in its quest for power and influence at the Tudor court. Catherine Fletcher presents.