The changing shape of the wine bottle over the decades.
Posted Tue 18th June, 10:22 · Comments
Our latest issue is out now in digital format.
Posted Mon 17th June, 10:47 · Comments
The funeral of Emily Wilding Davison, killed after she was struck by the King's horse at the Derby, was held on June 14th, 1913.
Posted Fri 14th June, 09:03 · Comments
The English taste for wine, Syria's troubled past and the Prince of Dandies: a preview of our July issue.
Posted Thu 13th June, 11:20 · Comments
An interactive look at the King's cellar book from 1660, and its significance for the history of wine-drinking in England.
Posted Thu 13th June, 09:29 · Comments
In the latest cartoon from Adrian Teal, Johnson and Boswell visit the Soviet Union.
Posted Thu 13th June, 08:46 · Comments
This month's quiz features questions on the death of Abraham Lincoln, a long-running civil war and a famed historian's alter ego.
Posted Tue 11th June, 09:16 · Comments
A modern-day environmental problem puts Charles II in a bit of bother in this cartoon by Rob Murray.
Posted Thu 6th June, 14:24 · Comments
A gallery of images from the recently-reopened Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
Posted Thu 6th June, 10:56 · Comments
Niall Ferguson's suggestion that John Maynard Keynes was concerned only with the present doesn't stand up to scrutiny, argues Paul Lay.
Posted Thu 6th June, 09:46 · Comments
Guy Atkins discusses the postcard mania of the Edwardian period.
Posted Wed 5th June, 09:05 · Comments
The winning caption from our February issue.
Posted Tue 28th May, 15:54 · Comments
In this episode, Benn Steil considers the role of Keynes at Bretton Woods, and whether his ego impaired his judgement in the negotiations with America.
Posted Wed 22nd May, 13:05 · Comments
Miranda Kaufmann crosses the Atlantic to see Africans from 16th century Europe.
Posted Tue 21st May, 11:56 · Comments
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