Marie Antoinette was an important historical figure and has become a popular culture icon, being the subject of several books, films, and other media. Learn more about the life of this iconic woman!
Hear the story of Maria de Bragança, the first woman to occupy the throne of Portugal. Find out what happened during her reign and why she was known as “The Mad Queen”.
Learn about D. Dinis, considered one of the most highly respected kings in the world and one of the greatest figures in Portuguese history.
St. George was a Roman soldier revered as a Christian martyr. Hear the legend of how he bravely fought a dragon in order to save his beloved princess from being sacrificed.
The Knights Templar has fought for the propagation of the Christian faith throughout history. Learn more about the knights of the order and their importance in the Iberian Peninsula, especially in Portugal.
Revolution brought a lot of pain to the Russian royal family and it also started the biggest speculation ever: The Romanov Mystery!
Do you believe in miracles? Meet Princess D. Joana, daughter of King Afonso V. She was born into the royal family, but her life took a very different path when she chose to follow her calling.
Wayne Wilson is back at it again with another beautifully animated version of one of our episodes! This is one of our favourites, especially because it features Rui’s parents lending their voice talent as the king and queen!
Have you heard the legend of the “Holy Queen”, one of the most beautiful Portuguese legends? She tells us about a miracle, but the most important thing is the message of solidarity we are left with. (With the participation of Ana Coimbra and Rui Coimbra Sr.!)
This episode tells us a story in which love transforms the impossible into the possible. Although it is a legend, we like to believe that love like this can exist.
An episode that tells us the love story of Pedro and Inês, as tragic as it is true. A story of kings, princesses, and castles where the whole family gathered to give voice to the characters!