Here's what's new from That Shakespeare Life
Sweetbreads in Shakespeare's lifetime referred to the thymus or the pancreas of a cow or lamb. Neil Buttery joins us to share their history.
Milksops is both an insult and a food from Shakespeare's lifetime. I'll show you where the term comes from and how to make it yourself.
Plants in Susanna Shakespeare's garden are being given new life in a project that aims to explore women's healthy from the 16th century.
Armadillos in the 16th century were a new species, collected for curiosity, and displayed in artwork. Learn their history with Peter Mason.
Curse words & profanities in the 16th century, along with laws against them, might surprise you. Explore with John Spurr.
Fireworks of Shakespeare's lifetime were used in public display and on occasions of celebration. Explore their history with Simon Werrett.