Patrick Little celebrates the life and career of a major historian of Early Modern Britain.
Patrick Little reviews a book by kevin Sharpe.
The fortunes of Oliver Cromwell and Charles II and the regard in which their successive regimes came to be held were mirrored in the fate of one of their mightiest naval vessels, as Patrick Little explains.
Puritan souls may hide a cavalier approach to clothes, according to Patrick Little as he explores fashion at the court of Oliver Cromwell.
Gordon Brown’s promised written constitution – if it happens – won’t be the first in British history, as Patrick Little reminds us.
Patrick Little asks why Parliament offered the infamous regicide the crown of England, to what extent he was tempted to take it – and why he finally turned it down.
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