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Lucy Worsley

Lucy Worsley
Dr Lucy Worsley is, by day Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces and by night a writer of history books. Somewhere in between she also finds the time to present TV series on a range of historical subjects. Lucy graduated from New College, Oxford with a first-class honours BA degree in Ancient and Modern History. In 2001 she was awarded a PHD from the University of Sussex. Since 2009 Lucy has presented shows for Channel 4, History and has become a mainstay across the BBC covering everything from Alfred The Great, King Henry VIII and Britain’s fascination with murder. In 2016 Lucy published her first novel for children Eliza Rose which she followed up with My Name is Victoria in 2017.