heard this NPR story and thought it sounded fascinating. the author is the chief curator at several buildings including Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace and the Tower of London.

'If Walls Could Talk': A History Of The Home

If Walls Could Talk: An Intimate History of the Home by Lucy Worsley. Chief curator of the Historic Royal Palaces looks at the history of the bedroom, bathroom, living room, and kitchen in Britain.

Bedroom - History of the Home [1/4] Lucy Worsley takes us through the history of the bedroom in England.

from - Bedroom - History of the Home - Lucy Worsley takes us through the history of the [English] bedroom.

Historian Dr. Lucy Worsley on the historical accuracy of the new BBC 6-part televised production of 'Wolf Hall'.

Wolf Hall: Damian Lewis on motorbike crash that turned him Henry VIII

Accuracy is king in the most eagerly anticipated TV event of the new year. but how does Wolf Hall stand up to the scrutiny of historian Lucy Worsley?

Lucy Worsley: It doesn't matter if The Tudors and Wolf Hall are historically inaccurate and a bit silly - Features - TV & Radio - The Independent

Lucy Worsley: Doesn't matter if The Tudors and Wolf Hall are silly

In "Harlots, Housewives and Heroines" (BBC Four), historian and Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces Dr Lucy Worsley immerses herself in the world of Restoration England, exploring the lives of the women of the period.

Documentary - Tales from the Royal Bedchamber with Lucy Worsley - YouTube

Tales from the Royal Bedchamber. Lucy Worsley gets into bed with our past monarchs to uncover the Tales from the Royal Bedchamber. She reveals that our obses.

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Lucy Worsley - inspiring a new generation to love and understand British history.

What was the truth about the madness of George III? - Modern medicine may help us to discover the real reasons behind King George III's erratic behaviour, writes historian Lucy Worsley.-click for story

Was George III a manic depressive?

Modern science, with the help of historical evidence, forces us to reconsider what ailed King George III, writes Lucy Worsley.

Lucy Worsley and Len Goodman in BBC Four's Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance.

Lucy Worsley on why there's more to dancing than the moves

Lucy Worsley and Len Goodman in BBC Four's Dancing Cheek to Cheek: An Intimate History of Dance.

Lucy Worsley on Twitter: "Got to admire the magic these make-up ladies worked on my hair. From bob to bun. They did it in 20 minutes too! https://t.co/hGdVJJA5V3"

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“Got to admire the magic these make-up ladies worked on my hair. From bob to bun. They did it in 20 minutes too!

Lucy Worsley on Twitter: "It was the temporary home of Anne Boleyn when she was serving the French Queen Claude. Brought her back for a visit. https://t.co/Aaxe1heVgr"

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“It was the temporary home of Anne Boleyn when she was serving the French Queen Claude. Brought her back for a visit.

Lucy Worsley on Twitter: "GAH why did no one warn me that Jane Austen would DIE at the end of the story? Utterly devastated. https://t.co/Z6nQNZQoPP"

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Lucy Worsley takes a tumble in Winchester Cathedral. No bones broken.

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