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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Henry VIII. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Henry VIII, often where they are interviewed.

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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Henry VIII. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Henry VIII, often where they are interviewed.

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Two years after Tyndale cried, "Lord, open the King of England's eyes," King Henry VIII decreed that an English Bible should be placed in every church. Today, Michael Reeves recounts the fascinating story of this troubled king whom the Lord used to further church reform.

Get Michael Reeves' Teaching Series The English Reformation and the Puritans for Your Gift of Any Amount: https://gift.renewingyourmind.org/1345/english-reformation

Don't forget to make RenewingYourMind.org your home for daily in-depth Bible study and Christian resources.

Jul 21 2020

26mins

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Henry VIII Meets his Match

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Shortly after 5pm on 7 June 1520, Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France met for the first time. That first meeting, and their time together over the following fortnight, became known to history as the Field of Cloth of Gold.

In a spirit of rivalry and cooperation, the two young Renaissance monarchs asserted their power and authority at one of the last great demonstrations of the chivalric age.

This article is from the July issue of History Today: buy a copy of the issue from our website, or read it via the History Today app, available on Google Play and the App Store.

Introduced by History Today editor, Paul Lay. Read by Greig Johnson. Written by Glenn Richardson.

Image: The Field of the Cloth of Gold, English, c.1545 © Getty Images.

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Jul 10 2020

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Henry VIII Meets his Match

History Today Podcast
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Shortly after 5pm on 7 June 1520, Henry VIII of England and Francis I of France met for the first time. That first meeting, and their time together over the following fortnight, became known to history as the Field of Cloth of Gold.

In a spirit of rivalry and cooperation, the two young Renaissance monarchs asserted their power and authority at one of the last great demonstrations of the chivalric age.

This article is from the July issue of History Today: buy a copy of the issue from our website, or read it via the History Today app, available on Google Play and the App Store.

Introduced by History Today editor, Paul Lay. Read by Greig Johnson. Written by Glenn Richardson.

Image: The Field of the Cloth of Gold, English, c.1545 © Getty Images.

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Jul 10 2020

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7th June 1520: Henry VIII and Francis I meet at the Field of Cloth of Gold

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In 1518 the English Cardinal Wolsey had negotiated the Treaty of London, a non-aggression pact that was signed by the twenty major European powers of the ...

Jun 07 2020

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Big Heads! Homeschooling Henry VIII

Histories of the Unexpected
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James and Sam get to grips with the history of BIG HEADS...it's all about a touch of arrogance, wanting to be seen to be in charge, securing your place in history...it allows us to think about all sorts of fascinating characters...Caesar, Napoleon, Robespierre, Cromwell and, of course, the Biggest Biggy McBighead of them all, Henry VIII.

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May 31 2020

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Big Heads! Homeschooling Henry VIII

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James and Sam get to grips with the history of BIG HEADS...it's all about a touch of arrogance, wanting to be seen to be in charge, securing your place in history...it allows us to think about all sorts of fascinating characters...Caesar, Napoleon, Robespierre, Cromwell and, of course, the Biggest Biggy McBighead of them all, Henry VIII.

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May 31 2020

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From Henry VIII to James Bond: Weird Tax Facts Throughout History

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Tax Notes colleagues David D. Stewart and Stephanie Soong Johnston discuss how tax has influenced snacks, beards, and even legends.

For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:

In the segment "In the Pages Sneak Peek," Tax Notes State Editor in Chief Jéanne Rauch-Zender talks with Marty Eisenstein about his piece, "Alexa, Is AI Taxable?"

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This episode is sponsored by the Graduate Tax Program at LMU Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. For more information, visit www.lls.edu/taxnotes


Credits
Host: David D. Stewart
Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Faye McCray
Showrunner: Paige Jones
Audio Engineers: Derek Squires, Jordan Parrish
Guest Relations: Nicole White

May 22 2020

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393: What Happens When Most Bishops Deny the Faith? Henry VIII vs St John Fisher [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
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What Happens When Most Bishops deny the Catholic Faith and Church? This happened in England in the 1500s under King Henry VIII. Only one Catholic bishop remained true: St John Fisher. Today Taylor Marshall is joined by Ryan Grant as they talk about the story of episcopal apostasy and the fidelity of St John Fisher […]

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Apr 08 2020

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This week we're bitchin about Henry VIII. Hosted by renowned bitches Tilly Steele & Helen Monks. Music by Dave Cribb. Artwork by Luke W Robson.

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Mar 30 2020

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23rd March 1540: Waltham Abbey last to be dissolved by Henry VIII

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On the 23rd March 1540, Waltham Abbey in Essex became the last abbey to be dissolved by Henry ...

Mar 23 2020

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