The British work camps that time forgot, and the return of the Diggers to a London suburb.
Linda explores the disparities between the north and south in terms of wealth and living.
Jonathan Freedland compares the rise of electronic cigarettes with snuff in the 1600s.
Linda Colley examines England and Englishness.
In 1936, a US socialite and her Chinese guide captured a giant panda and brought it to NY.
1/3 Prof Colley explores the British notion of liberty and the place of monarchy.
Linda Colley explores the patchwork of different kingdoms that existed throughout Britain.
Prof Colley challenges the notion of 'liberty' in Britain, from Magna Carta onwards.
Linda Colley wades into the choppy waters of Britain's relationship with the sea.
Tom Holland, guests and listeners visit a holy site in a remote corner of Scotland.
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