Tune in to watch British journalist Anne Diamond’s interview with Tracy Borman, author, Tudor historian, broadcaster and joint chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces in the UK.Follow Anne as she travels to Hampton Court Palace where she delves into the secrets and intricacies of Dr. Borman’s latest nonfiction book, Anne Boleyn & Elizabeth I: The Mother and Daughter Who Changed History. Unravelling the enigmatic lives of these two influential women, Dr. Bormanprovidesa glimpse into the female-centric aspects of history and sheds light on the special bond between Anne Boleyn and her daughter.
Say hello to iconic British journalist and broadcaster Anne Diamond, OBE. She is best known for her pioneering work on morning shows in the United Kingdom during the 1980s—along with a legendary career in frontline television that has lasted for more than 40 years. From the fall of the Berlin Wall, Australia’s bicentenary, Charles and Diana’s wedding to interviews with Bette Davis, Ronald Reagan, Prince Philip—and even Archbishop Desmond Tutu in the nude—it has been, and continues to be, quite a journalistic journey for Anne. Join her for engaging conversations each week as she investigates the life and legacy of some of the world’s most fascinating people.
Dr. Tracy Borman is an author, Tudor historian, broadcaster and the joint chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces. Tracy has written a number of historical biographies, including Henry VIII and the Men who Made Him: The Secret History Behind the Tudor Throne, Elizabeth’s Women: the Hidden Story of the Virgin Queen and Thomas Cromwell: The Untold Story of Henry VIII’s Most Faithful Servant. She has also written a fiction trilogy, The King’s Witch, based in the court of James I, and her latest nonfiction book is Anne Boleyn & Elizabeth I: The Mother and Daughter Who Changed History.