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The intellectual forces at work in the Tudor era ensured it was a pivotal period for children’s education. Historian Dr Helen Castor reveals how the life and education of Margaret More, daughter of Thomas More, tell a story of the transforming power of knowledge. As a child in Tudor England, and educated to an exceptionally high level, Margaret embodies the intellectual spirit of the age - an era which embraced Humanism, the birth of the Church of England and the English Renaissance. This film reveals what a revolutionary intellectual spirit Margaret More was and how the ideas that shaped her education helped change the cultural life of England forever.

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Released: August 11, 2011
Genres: Documentary
Countries: United Kingdom
Companies: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Cast: Helen Castor Jonathan Bate Jim Bennett John Blatchly
Crew: Fiona Cushley

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