TV’s Lucy Worsley, talking about Henry VIII’s wives

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TV historian Lucy Worsley will be talking about the six wives of Henry VIII, and revealing how they managed to exert influence in a world run by men.

The talk will coincide with her new three-part series on BBC3: 'Henry VIII's Six Wives'.

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