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The cult of the quintessentially English saint was the product of the Vikings who defeated him.
Air conditioning across the US brought an industrial boom – at a cost to the environment.
Newspapers’ sensational coverage has changed very little in the 130 years since the Ripper first struck.
Why the British government can’t reveal more about an ‘open secret’.
From monks to Vikings to tourists, Manx has (almost) survived against the odds.
The concerns of a Sardinian abbess, as seen through the letters of Gregory the Great.
All the winners from this year's awards ceremony.
Never fully exorcised, the memory of Italy’s fascist past is fading.
How will modern women respond to the realities of a 16th-century life?
The diaries of a young teacher reveal the complexities of racial tensions in the Gold Coast.