Hayley is the writer and key speaker for The Tudor Series at The History Review, streaming now on iTunes Podcasts. Here Hayley presents a modern analysis of Henry VIII's mental state as well as debunking the myths and misconceptions surrounding Anne Boleyn, turning history as we know it, on its head!
This hugely popular vlog series spin off of The History Review on Facebook sees Hayley working with some of the country's most renowned historical organisations and venues from the National Archives of the UK Government and Historic Royal Palaces to Tower Bridge and Anne Boleyn's childhood home Hever Castle. Hayley's series has so far gained just under 1 million views in only 4 months!
Listen to the series in full by clicking on one of the links below
2017 marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death and to commemorate this milestone Hayley Nolan has teamed up with Jane Austen's House Museum and her brother's estate Chawton House in Hampshire for a series of films and projects. The first you can see here at the house Jane spent the last 8 years of her life writing her most famous manuscripts.
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In May Hayley was invited to visit Leonardo da Vinci's final home of Le Clos Luce in the Loire Valley in France where she discovered all about his final years, present a series of films for Atout France about the iconic painter and inventor.
Hayley has teamed up with Houses of Parliament for the 2017 General Elections to present a very special history vlog to encourage fellow millennials to vote! Hayley got the unique chance to snoop around Houses of Parliament and the House of Commons alone and get a feel for political life in this exciting film, streaming online from May 31st.