Simon Thurley

Simon Thurley explains why the first Stuarts kept the great Tudor palace virtually intact.

Simon Thurley, Director of the Museum of London, describes the discovery at the bottom of his garden that changed his life.

On the tercentenary of the fire that destroyed it, Simon Thurley describes the significance of the royal Palace of Whitehall to the Tudor and Stuart monarchs who lived there.

Simon Thurley sniffs the air in William III's Privy Garden at Hampton Court.

The king on the move - Simon Thurley discusses the style and range of palaces and great houses Henry VIII had available to house him and his peripatetic court.

Ann Hills on the salvation of Undercliffe Cemetery, a Victorian necropolis