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It chronicles the life and times of King Henry VIII, played by Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and sheds light on his veritable parade of wives and (sometimes questionable) political moves that changed the face of England, and beyond. The show, shot entirely in Ireland, has proved to be immensely popular with audiences around the world when broadcast on BBC in August of this year the first episode of the penultimate series saw an average audience of 2.3 million tuning in. Michael Hirst Well it was actually an accident that I started to write Tudors it was the same situation as someone approached me to write it and I did. But it was a very happy accident of course, they are just fantastically rich and dramatic episodes of history. As to my interest in that period of time, Henry and indeed Elizabeth are very iconic English monarchs and more seemed to happen within English society and religious life during their reigns than in any other period during English history. After all, we stopped being a catholic country and became a protestant country in a very short period of time and certainly writing The Tudors which is like thirty eight hours of TV I was never short of material, I never had to scratch my head and think do I go now? because there was always something very, very dramatic happening. I love historical material anyway and this time is so rich and fascinating. Many people still think of Henry as this big bloated fat guy that they see in portraits but that was only the case in the last years of his life. People know, or knew, very little about Henry early life and there are a lot of clich about Henry and his wives which people have accepted uncritically and I was interested to examine and humanise these. And I was aware, of course, that it had to be entertaining because if drama isn entertaining it won work and, ultimately, it will be pulled. Tudors episodes have been helmed by several directors. Talent such as Emmy winner Dearbhla Walsh (Little Dorrit), Jeremy Podeswa (The Five Senses) and Steve Shill (Dexter) joined Ciar Donnelly in bring Michael Hirst vision to life. Donnelly, who won an Irish Film Television Award in 2009 for his work on the series, describes how the concept of Tudors was explained firstly to Michael Hirst and subsequently passed on: Ciar Donnelly The vision or idea of the series is very, very simple. The idea of the series, as it was pitched to Michael, is West Wing in the Tudor era so essentially you got a president or a king and a number of people who are or are not on his side, politically speaking. The power that this man has is God like, he has the power of life over death. And that was basically it it a court; a political court, a social court, a gossip court. . . it essentially a precinct. Armed with this vision of Tudors cast and crew set to work in May 2006. Sometimes you can tell beforehand, you don know and all you can do is hope that you are writing something that will connect with people but you can know that it is going to happen. And then when you slowly become aware that it is happening then you feel humbled and moved. There is still a kind of magic to it. So, what has been the secret to success of Tudors Michael has a theory: MH: There are a number of things at play. I think the show works at a soap opera level and I think people get embedded in the characters simply through wanting to know what happens next. I think in America it called to Television once you start watching it you can stop because you are desperate to know what happens and, of course, with Tudors I think the audiences is often involved in the story, in the characters and, as I say, the production values were extremely high and it seemed to work across cultures, ages and sexes although I would say probably the biggest audience for the Tudors is women. I think another reason why these things have worked so well is because I never looked at the show from the outside in I didn look at Henry as an iconic being, I looked at the show from the point of view of the characters human beings in extreme situations and then wondered how they would react, as human beings, in those situations and I think that people connect with that. I have taken these people out of the museum and that is the simplest way of putting it. Director Ciar Donnelly has further musings on the subject, describing how different directors brought their creativity to the series. CD: I think each director brought new elements to the show. We are all given a script which we have to make work. We want to try and put our stamp on it, keep it visually interesting and try to get scenes out of the sets and onto locations as much as we can so there is a constant discussion going on which means everyone is on the same wavelength. You are not introducing a system, as such, but what individual directors have been able to do on this show (unlike a lot of US TV shows) is to put our own stamp on it in terms of how we would visualise things and I think it is only fair to say that you might spot a Dearbhla episode being different to a Ciar episode which in turn is different to a Jeremy Podeswa episode. If you familiar with the show you can probably spot the changes, which adds an extra layer to the show. Furthermore, I think the directors are well fitted to their episodes, for example in the third series the first four episodes are about a rebellion against King Henry which is called The Pilgrim of Grace. That was a four hour story line and they needed a director who was visually cinematic in television terms, could handle action, some battle scenes and things like that as well as a strong character actors director they chose me for that. Then there would perhaps be another director who wouldn have been appropriate for that but would have been more character led. What they do is they say director fits this storyline that is really how they divide it up and it works the best, obviously. Tudors has come under fire somewhat for giving audiences a version of the historic events shown in the series. So what was more important to the team historic accuracy or aesthetically pleasing television and scandalous storylines? MH: Well, I am first and foremost a dramatist I was commissioned in the case of Tudors to write dramas not historical biographies or historical programmes. If I had been asked to write historical documentaries I would have gone about it in a different way. In terms of showing Tudor life, the show is remarkably true to history as reported by historians (but you can always trust historians because they contradict each other anyway). I am often criticised by people (who honestly don know the history themselves) and one historian in particular who has attacked me consistently, and though I think it is drama before all else Tudors is remarkably true to the general thrust of history. But, there more than just that I know for a fact because I get a lot of feedback that the show encourages people to go and look at the history books themselves, it galvanises the study of history and not just here but in America and all over the world. Tudors is now being shown in over 70 countries so many, many millions of people are watching it and absorbed by it and, as I say, it is encouraging the study of history. Now, although that is not one of my objectives it has been one of the results and I am extremely pleased. And when it came to the locations used in the four series was historical accuracy paramount or did logistics rule? Locations Manager Edmund Samson explains: Edmund Sampson: Time and accessibility are huge considerations but primarily it is the aesthetics that I look for. If (production designer) Tom Conroy and his team can achieve something beautiful within that environment we primarily look at that and then after that we service it to be historically correct. The show audiences have been privy to King Henry strolling around the grounds of Christ Church, riding across the hills of Wicklow and have seen Dublin Castle transformed into the Vatican City. Did Michael have Ireland in mind when he wrote Tudors MH No, I was developing the series with Showtime and initially I didn have any clue of where they were thinking of shooting it. They then revealed they were going to shoot it in Ireland, partly because of the tax breaks and also because they had a relationship with Morgan O at Ardmore. So I met Morgan for the first time then and we are really the best of friends now, very close. It has been an incredible journey for me with him, with the whole crew and set up in Ireland was fantastic, I miss that yearly experience probably more then anything else. Just going over to Ireland for three or four months every year has been an extraordinary and wonderful experience for me and the crew, I don think you would get a crew like that in any other country, certainly not in America or England. They were absolutely wonderful and professional and I just had a ball. And did location manager Edmund Sampson have as good of a time finding the required locations? ES: The thing about Tudors is that it was a mammoth undertaking nobody had done anything of this scale in television drama before in Ireland and it posed a series of challenges. There were two elements that worked together when we were considering our various locations: a) aesthetically how they worked for Tom Conroy and b) practically if we could film them, whether they were nearby and accessible etc. And that why the close knit environment of Ardmore, the rest of Wicklow and Dublin was such a successful location and position for us to be in because in a very small area we had a series of fantastic locations that enabled us to achieve the award winning look of Tudors You can hop from an army on the rise marching over the hill to Henry walking through his gardens with whichever wife he was with at the time and then you hop into Dublin and you have amazing locations like Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Jail, the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham, Drimnagh Castle the Phoenix Park and all these things are so close together which obviously helped us achieve the huge undertaking in a very brief period of time. The true beauty of the environment we had to shoot in Dublin, Ardmore and Wicklow is that, within a very small space, you have such a diverse and wealth of beautiful locations that are suitable for the portrayal of any environment and any period. Ciar Donnelly very much concurred with these sentiments and saw to it that he made use of all the locations he could: CD: One of the only things Showtime wanted was that we kept the camera moving and that Tudors wouldn be a group of talking heads in the same room for long periods of time. So you keep the camera moving, come up with interesting blocking, do your best to remove scenes from interior set locations to the outside world which, of course, is the whole point of television. 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