The Fall of Suharto in Indonesia
An hour of historical reporting told by the people who were there.
The 'Drink Question', Past and Present
Mark Whitaker traces the history of the politics of alcohol
Radio 4 Extra
Canadian Indigenous Protest
Series looking at key events in history, as told by the people who were there
The BBC at Caversham
History as told by the people who were there
Seachdain sa Chogadh
Na bha tachairt sa Chiad Chogadh gach seachdain bho chionn ceud bliadhna
Radio nan Gàidheal
Margaret of Anjou
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of ideas
Privateers and the darker side of Empire in Australia
Susan Morrison explores the rich and sometimes murky depths of Scotland's past.
Misha Glenny presents histories of nations.
Music, guests and chat for Sunday, plus listener requests in Roy's Golden Postbag.
The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
Pete Wilson explores the characters and communities that make Gloucestershire great.
Why did the Soviet Union produce a detailed map of the Lancashire resort?
Writer Kate Mosse explores the extraordinary life of artist Winifred Gill.
Did the RAF's finest hour shorten the Second World War?
Exploring Ulster-Scots history.
Fab Morvan tells Anna Foster how a lip-syncing scandal nearly killed off his career.
Radio 5 live
A portrait of the amazing and extreme life of climber and adventurer Eric Jones.
Denise takes a look at the most famous and infamous cases in Scottish legal history
Breatainn is an Ìmpireachd gan taisbeanadh am Pàirce Bhellahouston an Glaschu ann an 1938.
Dr Kim Howells recalls his experiences of a year of protest, revolution and war.
Mark Stephen hears the stories of the North East's distinctive past.
Welsh poet Twm Morys takes a journey into the craft of Cynghanedd, or 'consonantal rhyme'.
Sgeulachd call nan soithichean Tuscania agus Otranto far chosta Ìle ann an 1918.
History series in which stories from the past shed light on current events
Dan Snow tells the story of World War I through the voices of those who were there.
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