Neil MacGregor with a wooden drum from Sudan that Kitchener presented to Queen Victoria. Read more
Mass Production, Mass Persuasion (1780 - 1914 AD)
Sudanese slit drum
Neil MacGregor with a wooden drum from Sudan that Kitchener presented to Queen Victoria.
Neil MacGregor with a penny coin defaced by suffragettes with the words "Votes for women".
The World of Our Making (1914 - 2010 AD)
Russian revolutionary plate
Neil MacGregor nears the end of his world history - with a Russian revolutionary plate.
Hockney's In the Dull Village
Neil MacGregor considers the state of human rights - with a David Hockney print.
Throne of Weapons
Neil MacGregor with an African throne - made from decommissioned guns.
Neil MacGregor with a credit card - one that is compliant with Sharia law.
Solar-powered lamp and charger
Neil MacGregor's last object in his world history - a solar-powered lamp and charger.
By Malcolm Gladwell, best-selling author and host of Revisionist History.
Roy meets Susanne Gronnow, who has stories to share of Wrexham's historic Erddig Hall.
An Ethiopian war hero
Ethiopia sent soldiers to fight alongside the United Nations during the Korean War
The repeal of 'Don't ask, don't tell'
Until 2011 LGBT service people in the US armed forces had to keep their sexuality secret
Free breakfast with the Black Panthers
The revolutionary Black Panther Party provided free breakfasts for local schoolchildren.