16: The Salem Witch Trials, Part II: Wicked Wiley Witches

In Part II of The Salem Witch Trials Miniseries, we’re looking at: Trials and executions The end of the trials The aftermath and what came next Listen on: iTunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RadioPublic | iHeartRadio | Android Trials, Tribulations, and Executions: June – August On June 10, 1692 Bridget Bishop was hanged on Gallows Hill. Six days later, Dr. Roger Toothaker also died. Roger hadn’t even had his Read more…

9: The Romanovs Miniseries, Part I: Nicky & Alicky

The Romanov family had ruled Russia for almost 300 years. And like many monarchs before the Romanovs, they believed that it was God who gave them the power to rule Russia. The Divine Right to Rule as it was called, the Divine Right of Kings. St. Petersburg was, for centuries, the seat of the Tsar of Russia. From here, the Tsar ruled over 130 million people from all different backgrounds.

8: Mary Queen of Scots, Part II

Episode 8 tackles the second half of Queen Mary Stuart’s life: Plot against Rizzio Darnley’s grizzly end Marriage to Bothwell Mary’s imprisonment and end Listen on: iTunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RadioPublic | iHeartRadio | Android Assassination of Rizzio by Lords & Co. On Saturday, March 9, 1566 at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Mary and some of her friends were dining and enjoying themselves, including David Rizzio. Darnley and Read more…

7: Mary Queen of Scots, Part I

It was a cold winter when young Mary Stewart was born at Linlithgow Palace on December 8, 1542 as the only surviving heir. Mary’s father was James V, son of James IV and Margaret Tudor, the sister of King Henry VIII of England. Her mother was Marie de Guise, the second wife of James V and daughter of Claude the Duke of Guise and Antoinette of Bourbon, one of the most powerful families in France.