Not a Templar theme to this blog post but a reminder to catch me in every episode of the documentary series Private Lives of the Monarchs currently airing on UKTV and Yesterday TV. I’ll be discussing the royal secrets and scandals of monarchs from Louis XIV of France (remember him from the BBC drama Versailles) to mad King George III who lost the American colonies.
Below, I discuss the curious episode of the Boy Jones – a teenager who repeatedly broke into Buckingham Palace in the nineteenth century and on one occasion stole Her Majesty’s underwear! You can catch this episode online at the Yesterday TV website or on TV – Monday and Tuesday evenings in November and December 2017.
Back in April 2017, I filmed for a new TV series called Private Lives of the Monarchs investigating the salacious royal secrets of various kings and queens.
The first episode airs in the UK on 20 November 2017 and will look at Queen Victoria featuring a private life that will surprise you.
In Australia, where the series has already started to air on SBS, I believe they have kicked off with a very raunchy look at Charles II, known for good reason as The Merry Monarch.
The series is presented by Tracy Borman – a highly respected author, historian and curator of the Royal Palaces. It’s an enjoyable watch – I think – and your feedback on my on screen performances would be hugely appreciated.
This week I found myself at the Gore Hotel in London filming for series five of Forbidden History presented by Jamie Theakston and to be broadcast on UKTV/Yesterday in the Spring of 2018.
There are six episodes and I’ll be in all of them talking about a wide range of topics from who was the real historical Jesus, the man behind James Bond and the treasure looted and stolen by the Nazis. Looks like it’s going to be a great series!
On 20 November 2017, I’ll be appearing in Private Live of the Monarchs, also on UKTV/Yesterday talking about Queen Victoria. I’ll be in every episode of that series as well, presented by Tracy Borman.
Here I am filming at the Gore Hotel for Forbidden History.