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The cast, creative team and historians introduce Queen Margaret of Denmark in this James Plays family tree video.
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Kate Molleson interviews Scottish Chamber Orchestra cellist Su-a Lee.

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Members of the cast and creative team, and history specialists discuss the character of Balvenie

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Members of the James Plays cast, creative team, and historians discuss the character of William Douglas.
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