Daisy Dunn reviews an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Posted Tue 5th November, 09:51 · Comments
In this episode, Alexander Lee discusses historical notions of the ideal city.
Posted Thu 31st October, 17:39 · Comments
While vampires are not real, history shows that the fear of them is, as Richard Sugg demonstrates.
Posted Wed 30th October, 09:34 · Comments
The 70th anniversary of VE Day in 2015 could be the last marked by those who fought for it, says Paul Lay.
Posted Tue 29th October, 15:21 · Comments
Take a look at the redesigned History Today for tablets.
Posted Fri 25th October, 11:18 · Comments
An infographic showing the history of tall buildings.
Posted Mon 21st October, 09:31 · Comments
A public service announcement, 17th-century style.
Posted Thu 17th October, 11:46 · Comments
London's wartime housing crisis, the history of tall buildings and putting Richard III on trial.
Posted Thu 17th October, 10:15 · Comments
Paul Lay reports on the British Museum's latest exhibition.
Posted Wed 16th October, 12:22 · Comments
Paul Lay recounts a trip to the site of Treblinka.
Posted Wed 16th October, 08:10 · Comments
The German airship completes its first transatlantic voyage.
Posted Tue 15th October, 08:38 · Comments
The intrepid adventurers pay a visit to Tudor England.
Posted Thu 10th October, 11:39 · Comments
This month's quiz features questions on Abraham Lincoln's birthplace, the Aztec god of war and 'muckraking' journalists.
Posted Thu 10th October, 10:12 · Comments
Newsreel footage of the moment the king of Yugoslavia was shot dead in Marseille on October 9th, 1934.
Posted Wed 9th October, 09:31 · Comments
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