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Elizabeth and Philip, by Tessa Dunlop

Elizabeth and Philip, by Tessa Dunlop

This splendid book provides a fresh perspective on a well-known story.

As Tessa Dunlop says in her introduction, when she began to write Elizabeth and Philip, she did not expect the story to end so definitively with Queen Elizabeth’s death, despite her great age. The monarch had lost her husband of seventy-three years in 2021; he had...

Monarchy Then & Now with Tessa Dunlop

Episode 65

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Monarchy Then & Now with Tessa Dunlop

Episode 52

The Death of the Queen with Dr Tessa Dunlop | RSS.com

Coronation, by Hugo Vickers

Gentle time-travel, with a side hustle in liturgies, hierarchies, monarchies and television rights.

Coronation is the ultimate pocket-sized companion to what has become an exclusively British preoccupation, (the last European crowning was in 1922). There is no better guide to Elizabeth's 1953 bonanza than royal biographer Hugo Vickers whose up close and personal...

Monarchy Then & Now with Tessa Dunlop

Episode 35

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Girl Power: The Women of Bletchley Park

Girl Power: The Women of Bletchley Park

Bletchley Park is famous for breaking Engima, but the role of women is less well-known.

2019 was the 100th anniversary of GCHQ, once called the Government Code and Cipher School (GC&CS) and the brainchild behind one of World War II’s most famous institutions: Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire. During the war, Bletchley depended on the heft of a...