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Empires have been part of human history for millennia. Are they, of necessity, a bad thing?
An intimate understanding of John Buchan with a scholarly reading of the immense mass of his papers
Nicholas Hilliard was a portraitist at the pinnacle of his profession.
Christian thinkers whose lives and thoughts connected in 1943, when it looked like the Allies were on top and minds turned to the future.
Writing treaties in two languages can lead to unexpected problems.
‘Lady burglars’ – as they were primly named by the late-Victorian press – had an almost mythical status. That nocturnal robberies were committed by women was often too much to countenance.
What connects a Hollywood star, a physicist of genius and a recently departed historian?
This episode examines the Nazi genocide through human interactions with three crime scenes.
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Not content with bringing aqueducts, sanitation and roads, the Romans transformed Britain’s flora and fauna.