In 60/61 AD turmoil seized southern Britain. A massive anti-Roman revolt reared its ugly head in East Anglia, as tens of thousands of Britons attempted to evict the recently-arrived Romans from the island by the spear. At its head was one of the most famous figures in the whole of British history. An elusive and unique warrior woman, whose name has become immortalised down through the centuries. Boudica, Queen (almost certainly) of the Iceni. In this documentary Tristan Hughes tells the story of Boudica’s revolt, alongside the expert input of Roehampton University’s Dr Shushma Malik.