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Lady on Horseback, mid-15th c., British Museum I admit I have a special fondness for the “third smallest city in England” – Ripon. It’s located in North Yorkshire and is a bustling cathedral town, famous for its racetrack and the “Ripon Hornblower”. It’s also well-situated for making day trips to…
The True History of King Richard III – Part 3 Interlude It is now time for a little housekeeping and explanation. The political situation between 1455 and 1459 is too boring and complicated to go into here. Suffice it to say that sometimes the Duke of York was in power, and sometimes the Duke of… Continue reading The True History of King Richard III (Part 3)
I, RICHARD PLANTAGENET :TANTE LE DESIREE: Richard III fiction is ‘big business’ these days, after some years of stagnation in the 1990’s and first decade of this century. Many of the new novels, in order to keep their subject matter fresh, have added fantasy elements or alternative history, or have been written from the viewpoints… Continue reading A Slightly Different Ricardian Novel
This article has been taken from The Northern Echo, and was first published Sunday 24 May 2015 in the Barnard Castle News. Barnard Castle Town Council and the Northern Dales Richard III Group, alongside the Friends of the Bowes Museum, are holding a several events between July 3 and 5, to celebrate the town’s close… Continue reading Castle Barnard celebrates the life of Richard III with a weekend of festivities….
Prologue: August 31, 2014. That time of the year was upon my husband Erik and me again: our wedding anniversary. It’s an occasion that can haunt husbands and wives alike. You make a miscalculation and you have a year’s penance to do. Do you get something practical, like a new roasting pan? Not very romantic,… Continue reading Buried Secrets: The Middleham Jewel – And An Interview With George Easton, Jeweler of the Crown for Richard III