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Tales from the Palaces

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-03-23 01:00:00
The Future of the Past: What future for Britain's historic royal palaces? The restoration of Hampton Court's maze provides a puzzle and the chimneys must be completed before a festival.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-03-15 03:10:00
The Great Resource: Heston Blumenthall turns to the Hampton Court food historians when he opens a new venue offering food untried for 400 years.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-03-13 20:00:00
The Future of the Past: What future for Britain's historic royal palaces? The restoration of Hampton Court's maze provides a puzzle and the chimneys must be completed before a festival.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-03-09 02:05:00
The Secret Lives of Palaces: Behind the scenes and after hours in the Historic Royal Palaces, the real work takes place.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-03-06 20:00:00
The Great Resource: Heston Blumenthall turns to the Hampton Court food historians when he opens a new venue offering food untried for 400 years.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-03-02 02:25:00
The Heritage Theme Park: How far should Royal Palace estate managers go to attract more visitors? Will an ice rink and a historical pantomime challenge the dignity of the Palaces?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-02-27 20:00:00
The Secret Lives of Palaces: Behind the scenes and after hours in the Historic Royal Palaces, the real work takes place.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-02-20 03:50:00
A Thing of the Past: When things wear out in Hampton Court, can modern craftspeople be found to match the skill of their Tudor forbears?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-02-16 02:20:00
Who Cares? Britain's Historic Royal Palaces are no longer paid for by the monarch, and the government won't fund their survival. Should they be saved or should the lights be switched off?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-02-13 20:00:00
The Heritage Theme Park: How far should Royal Palace estate managers go to attract more visitors? Will an ice rink and a historical pantomime challenge the dignity of the Palaces?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-02-09 03:10:00
The Palaces and the Public: Though owned by the Queen, the Historic Palaces are now funded by the turnstyle, so when they begin to crumble, action is taken to pull in the paying public.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-02-06 20:00:00
A Thing of the Past: When things wear out in Hampton Court, can modern craftspeople be found to match the skill of their Tudor forbears?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-02-06 20:00:00
A Thing of the Past: When things wear out in Hampton Court, can modern craftspeople be found to match the skill of their Tudor forbares?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-02-03 00:55:00
Sensitivities: Britain's Historic Royal Palaces are owned by the Queen. Curators tread carefully while staging exhibitions about Diana in Kensington Palace and 'mad' King George in Kew.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-01-30 20:00:00
Who Cares? Britain's Historic Royal Palaces are no longer paid for by the monarch, and the government won't fund their survival. Should they be saved or should the lights be switched off?

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-01-26 02:25:00
Signs of Life: Lee discovers witch marks in the rafters of Kew Palace, and graffiti scratched by those 'sent to the tower' is preserved.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC One at 2006-01-26 01:55:00
The Detectives: The Hampton Court food historians make a discovery in a Leeds library and re-awaken the Tudor kitchens to test their find. In Kensington Palace, a belt for a mad king is found.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-01-23 20:00:00
The Palaces and the Public: Though owned by the Queen, the Historic Palaces are now funded by the turnstyle, so when they begin to crumble, action is taken to pull in the paying public.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-01-16 20:00:00
Sensitivities: Britain's Historic Royal Palaces are owned by the Queen. Curators tread carefully while staging exhibitions about Diana in Kensington Palace and 'mad' King George in Kew.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-01-09 20:00:00
Signs of Life: Lee discovers witch marks in the rafters of Kew Palace, and graffiti scratched by those 'sent to the tower' is preserved.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Two at 2006-01-02 20:00:00
The Detectives: The Hampton Court food historians make a discovery in a Leeds library and re-awaken the Tudor kitchens to test their find. In Kensington Palace, a belt for a 'mad' king is found.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Four at 2005-09-22 22:40:00
1/10. The Palaces and the Public: BBC FOUR takes a tour of Britain's Historic Palaces. Though owned by HM the Queen, these magnificent buildings are funded by the paying public.

> Tales from the Palaces on BBC Four at 2005-09-22 20:00:00
1/10. The Palaces and the Public: BBC FOUR takes a tour of Britain's Historic Palaces. Though owned by HM the Queen, these magnificent buildings are funded by the paying public.

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