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A guide to the different religions of the world.
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Play Viking Quest and explore how the Vikings plundered Britain.
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Was this revolution a grand theological debate or a struggle for power?
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The Scientist who pointed a telescope at Jupiter and took on the Catholic church.
Our interactive map charts the end of the British slave trade.
In Our Time: How did these 19th century conflicts shape the relationship between Britain and China?
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Why did Winston Churchill believe in victory at all costs?
Many claim that the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki saved lives in the long run. Is this true?
In Our Time: Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss whether we can teach a computer to think.