Historical drama series. Brushes with death pinpoint Henry's desire for an heir (and Anne Boleyn), while his sister Margaret is repulsed at doing her royal duty in Portugal. Show more
Historical drama series. Amid the pomp and pageantry of signing a treaty with the French, Henry VIII broods on his position and finds a new mistress - Mary Boleyn.
Richard and Door locate a guide for the labyrinth deep below, home of the mythical Great Beast of London. Stars James McAvoy. Show more
Natalie Dormer reads a story about a big dragon with a big problem...how to impress a king?
An exciting story read by a special guest. Natalie Dormer reads Love Monster and the Scary Something, by Rachel Bright. Show more
Historical drama series. After French treachery, Henry VIII prepares for war while Cardinal Wolsey conspires for peace. However, affairs closer to home pose threats to the king. Show more
Historical drama. New alliances tempt King Henry. Spain's Charles V and young Anne Boleyn each claim his attention, while his sister Margaret must accept an arranged marriage. Show more
Guests are Cher and Christine Baranski who star in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Rupert Everett talks about The Happy Prince and Natalie Dormer discusses Picnic at Hanging Rock. Show more
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Natalie Dormer to talk about the new series of Game of Thrones. Nadiya Hussain bakes a cake fit for a queen. Show more
Drama series. Martha has to defend a racist police officer as well as getting bail for another client. Clive receives some astonishing news which could affect everyone at chambers. Show more
A story read by a special guest. Natalie Dormer reads a story about a princess and a tiny kitten with a big personality. Show more
Fantasy horror series. As Paul's visions continue, Neil takes Paul to see an ancient Fade, who foresees Paul's importance in the looming battle. Show more
Fantasy horror series. As Paul's powers manifest themselves, his friendship with Mac and relationship with Jay are pushed to breaking point. A host of new Angelics arrive in town. Show more
Imprisoned Sir Thomas More refuses to relent to the King's religious rulings, much to Henry's anger. A miscarriage gives Anne cause to fear she could also lose her crown. Show more
Propaganda and paranoia are exploited as Henry's 'Reformation' hits home while Anne fears for her future.
Anne revives Henry's passion for her, but as one rival for his heart departs another appears. The sacking of religious institutions rewards the 'reformers'.
Henry's foreign foes conspire against him as his power increases. But his own acts at court and on the jousting field endanger his family's future far more.
Anne Boleyn's fall from Henry's favour escalates as scandalous rumours are circulated (and created) at court, threatening her whole family.
May 1536. Anne Boleyn is to be beheaded, with few allies left to mourn her, while Henry has hopes of a fresh start in life and in love.
Historical drama. Troubled by visions, Henry takes out his volatile mood swings on a confused court and queen during a time of reckonings and partings.