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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mary Queen of Scots. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mary Queen of Scots, often where they are interviewed.

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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mary Queen of Scots. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mary Queen of Scots, often where they are interviewed.

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Bagpipes, Poltergeists, and Mary Queen of Scots, OH MY!

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WOW! WOW! WOW! Edinburgh, Scotland is a ghost hunter's dream! They have so many ghosts haunting about, it's hard to decide which awesome story to share! But tonight I do my best with stories about a ghost boy playing his bagpipes, the Mackenzie Poltergeist, the ghost of Mary Queen of Scots and the sky terrier Bobby from the Greyfriar's Bobby. This episode is one of three covering Edinburgh, Scotland.

Nov 05 2020 · 34mins
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Mary Queen of Scots

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This episode is hosted by Cayla and Ginger. Big Jenz will be back next week. Thank you everyone for all the love we have received, we hope this episode knocks your wig off!!! Please enjoy our white trash edition of Mary, Queen of Scotland. 

Oct 15 2020 · 1hr 6mins

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Mary Queen of Scots (Episode 113) - Hot Date with Dan & Vicky

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Your Hot Date hosts travel back in time to 1561 and the tumultuous return of Mary Queen of Scots from France to stake her claim to the English crown from her cousin Queen Elizabeth.  It's a story of sex, religious intolerance, and female empowerment told by two of the world's rising stars in Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronin, fledgling film director with a background in British theater Josie Rourke and House of Cards creator Beau Willimon.  

Along with the Oscar nominated 2018 film Mary Queen of Scots, Dan and Vicky discuss lots of recently seen including Dave Franco's directorial debut The Rental, HBO' Coastal Elites, 1937's The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1949 Bobby Driscoll thriller The Window, and the 1970 Sammy Davis/Peter Lawford film directed by Jerry Lewis (!) One More Time among others.  We also read some viewer mail responding to our 1980's themed Hot Date episode 110.

Check out Hot Date 113: Mary Queen of Scots and leave us some feedback.  Visit our website at www.hotdatepod.com

Oct 02 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Mary Queen of Scots

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Welcome to episode seven of The Internet Historians Podcast!

This week, Alec, Lisa, and Nikkole watched Mary Queen of Scots, and tried their best to untangle the insane web that is Mary's family tree.

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Santa Monica Fiesta by DJ DENZ The Rooster

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Sep 29 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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TWIH 27 Mary Queen of Scots

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This Week in History we will be covering the famous Scottish Monarch Mary Queen of Scots, her life her story her troubles and her death.
Sep 07 2020 · 49mins
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(3.) Mary Queen of Scots

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For 14 years, Mary Queen of Scots was held prisoner in Sheffield.

“They thought they could lock her away and she’d be forgotten about, but Mary never stopped being a thorn in Queen Elizabeth’s side,” says Sheffield historian David Templeman.

“She would never just fade into the background; she sent more than 2,000 letters whilst in captivity.”

Here, David explores the truth behind Mary’s time in Sheffield, lifting the lid on how she spent her days at Sheffield Manor Lodge, and the fortress that was Sheffield Castle, her escape attempts, and the spy network which eventually led to her death.

Aug 28 2020 · 36mins
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Mary Queen of Scots | Tudor Queens

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Contact the Podcast:

Unsoberedpod@gmail.com

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patreon.com/unsoberedpod

Instagram: @unsoberedpod

Twitter: @unsoberedpo

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Twitter: @juliagoestexas

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May 22 2020 · 36mins
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Germany's baby boom, Mary Queen of Scots' football, and Paulo Wanchope

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RUNNING ORDER
TOPIC 1 - 2020 Vision - We're looking at celebrations that are happening or were due to happen in 2020 across the footballing landscape. (09.00)
TOPIC 2 - Celebrating History - In the week Crystal Palace claimed to be the oldest club in the world, we're looking at other things that claim to be football's oldest (18.50)
TOPIC 3 - Birthday 5-a-sides - we put together a 5-a-side but they all have to have the same birthday as us. (27.10)
AOB - Hibs' shirt, carpool football, and Scott's shirt sale (33.50)

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Apr 23 2020 · 40mins
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Episode 56 - Mary Queen of Scots at Carlisle Castle

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On 16 May 1568, a small fishing boat carrying Mary Queen of Scots set sail from Scotland for English shores. After months of conflict and turmoil in Scotland, she had decided to entrust her fate to her cousin, Elizabeth I of England. Two days later Mary was escorted to Carlisle Castle in Cumbria – and so began almost 19 years as a prisoner, before her eventual execution in 1587. To find out how and why the story unfolded, we’re joined by senior properties historian Steven Brindle who reveals why she sought refuge in England and how her two-month stay at Carlisle turned into the rest of her life held captive.

To discover more about Carlisle Castle or plan a visit, go to www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/carlisle-castle
Apr 23 2020 · 43mins
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Ep 104: Mary Queen of Scots with David Schajer

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After a long, and tense back and forth of letters, threats, offers of sisterhood, and ultimately betrayal, Elizabeth I ordered Mary Queen of Scots to be executed in 1587, when William Shakespeare was 24 years old, right in the middle of what is called Shakespeare’s Lost Years, because historical records leave a gap here in the timeline of the bard about exactly what he was doing in these years of his life, but looking at broader history, it turns out much of England was confused about what, precisely, was happening for anyone. 

Mary’s death was polarizing for England as it was a culmination of tensions between Catholics vs Protestants, and a strong statement about the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Mary Queen of Scots had a strong claim to the throne of England, and she exerted her might forcefully to try and achieve that role. Famously known for her swift and decisive action against any action, or person, who hinted at treason or a threat to her throne, Elizabeth I was not only surprisingly tolerant of Mary, inviting her to England on terms of peace, but Elizabeth would go on to appoint James I as her successor after Elizabeth died. As the son of Mary Queen of Scots, James I took the throne in 1603, was it ultimately a victory for Mary? Our guest David Schajer is the author of a series of books on the intersection between Mary Queen of Scots, Elizabeth I, and James I, the lives of which contained so much real life drama that their impact spilled over onto the stage of William Shakespeare, where many moments in his plays like Hamlet, Titus Andronicus, and Merchant of Venice which seem to belie the the thoughts of the moment, like time capsules offering a glimpse into what it was like to live through this pivotal moment in history.

Apr 13 2020 · 33mins
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