June 10, 2022 Shaw House: Ambition, Wealth & Epic Social Climbing in Elizabethan England

In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, join me in West Berkshire at the beautiful Shaw House. Built in 1581, Shaw House is laid out in an H-Shaped configuration and reflects the grand designs and social ambitions of its owner's new-found wealth. Join me and our guide, Sarah Somerville, to find out more about Shaw House, and its royal visitors. 

 

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Show Credits:

Presenter: Sarah Morris

Guest: Sarah Somerville

Produced by Cutting Crew Productions