Henry VIII is one of England’s most recognised monarchs.
We are fascinated by his wives, his palaces and his battleships. But how did Henry’s health shape the course of his life?
What turned him from a young, athletic prince into an overweight tyrant?
Join award-winning pathologist Dr Suzy Lishman to explore how disease affected Henry and those around him and how different things might have been if modern medicine had been available.
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