While we all know about the story of D-Day, most of us don’t know much about how the Royal Family … [ Read More ]
Toby Jones of Detectorists, and more recently Don’t Forget the Driver fame narrates a new quietly interesting Channel 4 documentary, … [ Read More ]
Today marks the centenary of one of the most pivotal moments in the history of the British Empire.
Having previously followed the history of the residents in a house in Liverpool, David Olusoga returns for a second series, … [ Read More ]
Channel 4 are following a team of archaeologists to get a better glimpse at some of the most recent discoveries … [ Read More ]
One of the biggest disasters of Tudor times was when Henry VIII’s warship the Mary Rose sank off Portsmouth in … [ Read More ]
Following on the last week’s rather fun outing, the second-half of Dyer’s travels through his royal ancestry take all the … [ Read More ]
The man behind the Angel of the North looks into the history of early cave paintings.
Following from his royal revelations on Who Do You Think You Are? Danny Dyer is now looking deeper in the … [ Read More ]
Having previously covered historical lies from our country two years ago, Lucy Worsley is looking at the biggest historical fibs … [ Read More ]
The BBC’s latest “landmark” series sees celebrities nominating their icons of the 20th century, with the public voting on who … [ Read More ]
The first Roadshow of 2019 comes from Eltham Palace in south-east London.
In this semi-regular series, Sir Tony looks at some of the biggest rebels in history.
The latest in the Back in Time social experiment series looks at the changing role of education.
2018 marks the 200th anniversary the writer’s birth.
Historian Neil Oliver looks in the history of the clans in his native Scotland.
This new daytime show could be easily described as non-celebrity Who Do You Think You Are?
Airing over three nights, this series features archive interviews with some of the last British veterans of the First World … [ Read More ]
As we approach the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, this docudrama follows the events that ultimately helped bring the First … [ Read More ]
While this year has been the centenary of among other things the end of World War One, another event happened … [ Read More ]
For those expecting to know more about the Arthurian legend, you may wish to watch a different programme.
Chanel No. 5 is probably the world’s most famous perfume, but is one dogged in scandal.
The final episode in the series follows the Paralympian investigating his family roots.
ITV’s favourite judge explores his Jewish heritage, in an episode that deals with the terror of the Holocaust and the … [ Read More ]