Season 1, Episode 3: Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Rémy, Comtesse de la Motte

Jeanne de Valois-Saint-Rémy, Comtesse de la Motte (22 July 1756 – 23 August 1791) was an illegitimate descendant of the French royal family who became famous on her own as AN INCREDIBLY CLEVER CON ARTIST/HEROINE! But how will she score on the Scandalicious Scale??

Mentioned in this episode:

How to Ruin a Queen by Jonathan Beckman

Frock Flicks review of the hats and wigs in The Affair of the Necklace

Other stuff:

History writing: annfosterwriter.com

Recommended books: bookshop.org/lists/vulgar-history-recommends

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Season 1, Episode 2: Frances Howard, Duchess of Somerset

Frances Howard Carr, Duchess of Somerset (31 May 1590 – 23 August 1632) was a British noblewoman who, among other things, pled guilty to murder and also most likely faked her own virginity inspection. She also showed much more bosom in her portraiture than anyone in the history of breasts and lived her life both physically and psychologically Tits Out. But where does that place her on the Scandaliciousness Scale???

Mentioned in this episode:

The Poison Bed by E.C. Fremantle

The Overbury Affair: The Murder Trial That Rocked The Court of King James I by Miriam Allen DeFord

Unnatural Murder: Poison in the Court of James I by Anne Somerset

Other stuff:

History writing: annfosterwriter.com

Recommended books: bookshop.org/lists/vulgar-history-recommends

Patreon: patreon.com/annfosterwriter

Merch: teespring.com/stores/vulgarhistory

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Season 1, Episode 1: Caroline of Brunswick

Caroline of Brunswick (17 May 1768 – 7 August 1821) was Queen consort of the United Kingdom for a year, but that’s basically the least interesting thing about her. Where does our inaugural story subject score on the Scandalicious Scale?? And was she really having an affair with Bartolomeo, her Italian servant???

Mentioned in this episode:

“What Eye Has Wept For George IV” from the Noble Blood podcast

Caroline & Charlotte: Regency Scandals by Alison Plowden

Other stuff:

History writing: annfosterwriter.com

Recommended books: bookshop.org/lists/vulgar-history-recommends

Patreon: patreon.com/annfosterwriter

Merch: teespring.com/stores/vulgarhistory

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Vulgar History – Coming Soon!

It’s a trailer for the new feminist women’s history comedy podcast, Vulgar History! Subscribe to this feed in your fav podcast situation, and get ready to learn lots of scandalicious stories of women from (mostly) British history who you (likely) haven’t heard of before.

Other stuff:

History writing: annfosterwriter.com

Recommended books: bookshop.org/lists/vulgar-history-recommends

Patreon: patreon.com/annfosterwriter

Merch: teespring.com/stores/vulgarhistory