Plantagenet England 1225-1360 is one of the volumes of the New Oxford History of England. I have a vague plan to eventually buy & read the lot, but that's a long way off (and anyway they're not all published yet) - so far I've read England Under the Norman & Angevin Kings 1075-1225 (which was by Robert Bartlett) and now I'm starting this one. The break points between the volumes of the series are not at the ends of Kings reigns, nor at dynastic break points. So this volume starts part-way through Henry III's reign, where he can be said to've taken control himself.
She Wolves: England's Early Queens is a series we've had sitting on the PVR for a while now - it's presented by Helen Castor who has written a book with the same title & premise. She's looking at the history of seven Queens of England, in medieval & Tudor times. Some of these Queens ruled in their own right, some were wives of Kings but all of them exercised power. The second episode will be about the woman who was actually referred to as a she wolf, none of them were entirely popular with their subjects.