Nov 12, 2019
Catalina served Katherine of Aragon for years, proudly, passionately, and loyally following her from Spain all the way to the side of King Henry VIII. But Henry’s interest has turned. He is intent on divorce, and his henchmen are digging up the secrets of Katherine’s first marriage to Arthur Tudor. They think Catalina is the weakest link and their method is intimidation. But have they underestimated Catalina’s strength and loyalty?
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Written by SEVAN
Performed by Elsa Ochoa
Produced by Adam Sibbald, Claudia Strange, and Alexander J Newall with April Sumner
Script edited by Sarah Kilby
Alexander J Newall
Edited by Maddy Searle and Alexander J Newall
Main theme composed by Samuel D F Jones, based upon work adapted by Domini Hooper and Nick Hart from the original 17th century ballad ‘The Sea Martyrs’.
Additional Music by Samuel D F Jones
Artwork by Lyndon White
Additional SFX from Keith Selmes, oddmonolithsound, Leandros.Ntounis, rafael45, Sheyvan and previously credited artists via Freesound.org
Lauren Johnson, ‘Catalina of Motril’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (October 2019)
Miranda Kaufmann, Black Tudors: The Untold Story (London, 2017)
This podcast was created by Historic Royal Palaces, in association with Rusty Quill. It is distributed under a creative commons attribution NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International Licence.