Helen Castor is joined in the studio by Professor Justin Champion and Paul Lay, Editor of History Today magazine, who will be asking what type of history curriculum we want in Britain's schools?
Tom Holland will be previewing an exciting new exhibition of early nineteenth century drawings which have never been seen before in public and reveal new insight into pre-independence Greece.
And we'll be hearing about the Asian chronicler of North Norfolk life in the 1890s, Albert Mahomet.
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The history curriculum, what should be taught?
Travels in pre-independence Greece
Tom Holland drops in at the British Museum to preview a new exhibition which starts on the 7th February entitled In search of Classical Greece: Travel drawings of Edward Dodwell and Simone Pomardi, 1805-1806
Tom is joined by Curator Ian Jenkins and archaeologist John Camp.
View some of the drawings at Humbox
Reporter Lizz Pearson discovers more about the mixed-race photographer who is now seen as a chronicler of late Victorian North Norfolk.
More information from the Open University "Making Britain"
Making History consulted Norfolk historian Michael Welland of the Wells Local History Group
Dr Alastair Owens Queen Mary University of London
Dr Caroline Bressey University College London