In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, I welcome Nick Rushby, Secretary of the Archbishop’s Palace Conservation Trust. I chat to Nick about Otford Palace as we uncover its history, why it fell into disrepair, and discover what steps are being taken to preserve its heritage for future generations. As we take a tour of what remains of Otford Palace today, we travel back in time to imagine just how magnificent Otford was at its zenith. Aggrandised to become the most splendid residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, this sprawling manor house welcomed some of the most recognisable names in history.
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Presenter: Sarah Morris
Guest: Nick Rushby
Produced by Cutting Crew Productions