‘The past has not gone.’
A tale of female revenge, power and solidarity.
‘There’s always someone missing from the story.’
Eighty years on from the height of the Battle of Britain, four historians confront the nature of this key episode in the Second World War.
A commentary on the plight of the artist, wrapped in a dramatic tale of rivalry between god and mortal.
What was Roman Fever? When was the Black Panther party founded?
Four historians consider the most fundamental question of all, one famously posed by E.H. Carr almost 60 years ago.
Eight historians share the books they’ve enjoyed this year and reveal what’s on their ‘to-read’ pile.
‘Looking at medieval history through the prism of Max Weber is challenging.’
Who was the first and only prime minister to be assassinated? How many people were in the Council of Ten?