Vanessa Collingridge explores the history of smoking.
Vanessa Collingridge explores the 3D graphics of the "Doggerland".
Vanessa Collingridge explores the mystery behind the place name 'Whore's Harbour'.
Vanessa Collingridge discovers when the Old Welsh language died out in Scotland.
Vanessa Collingridge explores the history of Wickham Psychiatric Hospital.
Vanessa Collingridge explores whether a coppersmith saved the life of King Henry III.
Vanessa Collingridge explores the Roman road network.
Vanessa Collingridge explores whether Pohahontas really did live in Heacham, Norfolk.
Vanessa Collingridge seeks out the identity of the so called "Halifax Slasher".
Vanessa Collingridge explores the role of Sea Scouts in a scheme known as Coastal Watch.
Vanessa Collingridge explores the historical tresures of North Norfolk coast.
Tom Holland on the world's oldest environmental charter and Iron Age Heathrow.
Helen Castor on homosexuality in Victoria's Britain and the history of the 'gig' economy.
Hadrian's Wall, Iron Age origins of Heathrow Airport and a Saxon Burial mound in Slough.
Rationing in 1917, Silk Roads, Franklin's last voyage and the history of the duffle coat.
Helen Castor on race in wartime, China's Belt and Road and what makes a good museum.
Dunkirk, Churchill, hermits and the archaeology of play.
Digging under Stonehenge, the archaeology of a 1960s estate and China's Belt and Road.
Medieval mutilation, whisky smuggling and whether humans are getting older.
Tom Holland on the 350th anniversary of the Medway Raid and Domesday uncovered.
Helen Castor and guests discuss the Black Death and Victorian tabloids.
Tom Holland discusses revolution, fire and a secret war.
Tom Holland discusses divorce and betrayal in 1st-century Yorkshire.
Helen Castor considers if Wren could have helped destroy St Paul's Cathedral.
Tom Holland considers jazz in the trenches and the women behind the Notting Hill Carnival.
Helen Castor discusses Brighton's latest seaside attraction and its links to the past.
Tom Holland and guests with the history that matters to us today.
Helen Castor and guests with a new series of the topical history programme.
Nazi memorials, the real Darby and Joan, and the story of the Bolsheviks in Dublin 1916.
Terraced houses, the fame of the Flying Scotsman, and why Easter is a moveable feast.