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Before discussing the possibility of Home Rule, Britain needs to get its 'House' in order, argues Naomi Lloyd-Jones.

Posted Fri 19th September, 13:45 · Comments

How one company opened an entire sub-continent to economic and political development, with huge ramifications for India, Britain, and the world.

Posted Tue 16th September, 09:23 · Comments

The time travellers explore the African interior with Burton and Speke.

Posted Fri 12th September, 11:46 · Comments

In the October edition of History Today, Linda Porter looks at the short but distinguished rule of James V of Scotland.


Posted Thu 11th September, 11:51 · Comments

In this episode, Roger Moorhouse joins us to discuss the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939-41.

Posted Thu 4th September, 10:12 · Comments

In embracing tattoos, the people of Britain are returning to their ancient roots, argues Paul Lay.

Posted Wed 3rd September, 10:20 · Comments

Philippa Joseph reviews an exhibition at the National Gallery, London.

Posted Tue 2nd September, 10:11 · Comments

A map of women's political rights around the world, from 1892 until the present day.

Posted Wed 13th August, 10:40 · Comments

The time-travellers board the ill fated ship.

Posted Wed 13th August, 10:30 · Comments

The Congress of Vienna, jihad in the First World War and how the suffragette movement went global.

Posted Wed 13th August, 09:10 · Comments

Richard Suggs on the history of ghoulish impersonations.

Posted Tue 12th August, 09:43 · Comments

The Night of the Long Knives, postage history and more.

Posted Thu 7th August, 14:46 · Comments

In the first of an ocassional series on classic history books, Daniel Swift revisits Paul Fussell's The Great War and Modern Memory

Posted Tue 5th August, 10:12 · Comments

In this episode of the podcast, the American documentary filmmaker Ken Burns talks to Paul Lay about his latest documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.

Posted Fri 1st August, 15:04 · Comments

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