In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, Sarah travels to Norwich in Norfolk to go on the trail of Elizabeth I, as she arrives at the city during the pinnacle of her 1578 progress. Our expert guide in this episode is historian, Aidan Norrie, whose special interest is in Elizabeth, her iconography and Elizabeth pageants.
So, why not join us on progress as we explore Tudor Norwich, The Boleyn Chantry Chapel in Norwich Cathedral and Elizabeth's historic progress to England's second-largest Tudor city!
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guest: Aidan Norrie
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions