Back to Narrative at the History Today Awards

Peter Furtado announces the winners of the Longman-History Today Awards 2003.

Simon Thurley, Chief Executive of English Heritage, called for a return to narrative history in our schools and heritage sites in his keynote speech at the Longman-History Today Awards, given at the Hilton Paddington (formerly the Great Western Royal Hotel built by Brunel in 1854) on Monday, January 6th.

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