Thomas Cranmer and the Boleyns


Beth von Staats, administrator/owner of and blogger of The Tudor Thomases recently say down with the Natalie Grueninger, host of The Talking Tudors podcast to discuss Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, and his relationship with the Boleyn Family and Queen Anne Boleyn on particular.

To enjoy the podcast pour yourself a cuppa, and click —> HERE


About the Podcast Host

Anne Boleyn's Grave
Here Natalie visits the grave of Anne Boleyn’s brother, Thomas Boleyn the Younger, at Penshurst Church.


Natalie Grueninger graduated from The University of NSW in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts, with majors in English and Spanish and Latin American Studies and received her Bachelor of Teaching from The University of Sydney in 2006.

Natalie has been working in public education since 2006 and is passionate about making learning engaging and accessible for all children.

In 2009 she created On the Tudor Trail, a website dedicated to documenting historic sites and buildings associated with Anne Boleyn and sharing information about the life and times of Henry VIII’s second wife. Natalie is fascinated by all aspects of life in Tudor England and has spent many years researching this period.

Her first non-fiction book, co-authored with Sarah Morris, In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn, was published by Amberley Publishing and released in the UK in late 2013. Natalie’s and Sarah’s second book in the series, In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII, published in 2016.

You’ll find Natalie on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram (themosthappy78).



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Beth von Staats

is the owner and administrator of Blogger of "The Tudor Thomases", Beth specializes in writing magazine articles, online historical articles, short stories, and flash fiction.