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Historic Royal Palaces 13h
“The colours were so bright and – to modern eyes – discordant, that Lee had moments of self-doubt…” Chief Curator gives us a peek into the redecoration of Queen Victoria’s childhood rooms at : opens tomorrow!
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Shrabani Basu 13h
Was a priviledge to be invited to the preview of exhibition at last night. Here I am with the famous portrait of the elderly and with sculpture of
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Lucy Worsley 13h
A little bit of last-minute early-morning gilding is in progress at Kensington Palace, in advance of members’ preview day of the new exhibitions from 10am this morning!
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Lucy Worsley May 22
This project has been FABULOUS...
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Lucy Worsley May 22
Possibly the most intimidating lecture venue I have yet experienced!
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Lucy Worsley May 21
On Monday night I’ll be talking about Queen Victoria (and history in general) at the Oxford Playhouse - please do join me!
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Lucy Worsley May 21
On Sunday night I’ll be talking about Queen Victoria (and history in general) in Birmingham - please do join me!
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Lucy Worsley May 21
Queen Victoria was always lucky with the weather at her public appearances, ‘The Queen’s Weather’ they called it. Looks like we got it today for our press morning!
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Lucy Worsley May 20
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Lucy Worsley May 19
FORTUNATELY there are alternatives available to Jacob Rees-Mogg's book on the Victorians ... why not give this one a try?
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Lucy Worsley May 17
Friday night is history night, obvs, so do join me and at Kensington Palace...this was filmed behind-the-scenes of the new exhibition ten days ago and things have really come on since then!
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Lucy Worsley May 17
At 13.45 on you can hear the last of our ENCOUNTERS WITH VICTORIA. In this final episode, called ‘The Sinking of a Great Ship’, we examine an eyewitness account of the queen’s death.
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Lucy Worsley May 16
That’s 259 QUEEN VICTORIAS signed for - most of them are going home with their new owners tonight but they’ll have some left in the shop tomorrow if you want one!
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Lucy Worsley May 16
I think you’ll have to admit that the waters of the Thames are genuinely SPARKLING outside ⁦⁩ this May morning...
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Lucy Worsley May 16
FORTUNATELY there are alternatives available to Jacob Rees-Mogg's book on the Victorians .... mine involves avoiding the traps Queen Victoria sets for us in her diaries.
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Lucy Worsley May 15
On now: QUEEN VICTORIA: MY MUSICAL BRITAIN. I’ve spent today rather regretting the fact that I ate five slices of a magnificent Victoria sponge cake at our team party last night.
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Lucy Worsley May 15
Don’t miss the bewitching in half an hour on !
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Lucy Worsley May 14
Today on ENCOUNTERS WITH VICTORIA: two women take very different approaches to the unwomanly challenge of being powerful & celebrated in the nineteenth century. At 13.45 on , Victoria's going to encounter Miss Florence Nightingale.
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Lucy Worsley May 14
Just the nicest picture in the of the two brilliant Emmas, Emmas Hindley & Frank, the people really responsible for our Suffragettes programme.
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Lucy Worsley May 13
This episode of ENCOUNTERS WITH VICTORIA features two old & dear friends & colleagues, the magnificent dress historians of & Joanna Marschner of
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