Dr Suzannah Lipscomb
I cannot speak highly enough about Suzannah. I found her absolutely superb. She has such passion and knowledge of her topic. Her enthusiasm holds no bounds... She really made the trip special.
Historian, broadcaster, and award-winning author Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is a highly-regarded specialist on the Tudor period with five titles to her name, including 1536: The Year That Changed Henry VIII, which was hailed as “bold and original” by historian David Starkey.
Suzannah is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and has presented numerous television documentaries, from Bloody Tales of the Tower for National Geographic, to BBC Four's historical Hidden Killers of the Home series.
Alongside her work as a columnist for History Today, she is also Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History and Fellow of the New College of the Humanities in London. Suzannah was formerly Research Curator at Hampton Court Palace, a position she held from 2007 to 2010.