Give a Gift
By Dean Nicholas
Posted 2nd May 2014, 10:50
Paul Lay talks to Ian Bradley about how the Scots were the most vocal advocates of a vibrant, imperial, Protestant Great Britain.
By Paul Lay
Posted 29th April 2014, 14:06
The cultural events planned to mark the centenary of the First World War have taken a turn for the bizarre.
By Charlotte Crow
Posted 24th April 2014, 11:53
In this episode of the History Today Podcast, we speak to Gyanesh Kudaisya about the final years of Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister.
Posted 23rd April 2014, 10:05
Newsreel archive uploaded to YouTube.
By Alexander Lee
Posted 8th April 2014, 9:02
Does the death of French medievalist Jacques Le Goff mark the end of an era in historical scholarship, asks Alexander Lee.
Posted 2nd April 2014, 13:05
The New York Public Library has released over 20,000 maps and cartographic works into the public domain under a Creative Commons licence.
Posted 14th March 2014, 11:37
Paul Lay considers the late MP's contribution to and understanding of England's radical tradition.
Posted 13th March 2014, 11:40
A recent televisual account of the First World War leaves Paul Lay feeling underwhelmed.
Posted 11th March 2014, 10:03
An interactive look at the Dutch-born artist's wartime art.
By Jane Winters
Posted 6th March 2014, 8:15
Jane Winters reviews two theatrical adaptations of Hilary Mantel's historical novels.
Posted 5th March 2014, 10:25
Historians are beginning to reengage with their discipline as a social science, a move welcomed by Paul Lay.
By Justin Pollard
Posted 27th February 2014, 11:16
What links the Austrian-born film star with Jonathan Swift and Andy Warhol?
Posted 26th February 2014, 9:04
Update to popular Streetmuseum app includes 100s of photographs from the capital's past.
Posted 25th February 2014, 15:48
We speak to Calder Walton, the author of Empire of Secrets: British Intelligence, the Cold War and the Twilight of Empire.