A Jamaican rebellion rouses Victorian liberals against state violence. With Anne McElvoy. Read more
John Stuart Mill, John Bright and the Morant Bay Massacre
A Jamaican rebellion rouses Victorian liberals against state violence. With Anne McElvoy.
Anne McElvoy explores how 'Gladstonian' liberalism came to dominate Victorian Britain.
Millicent Fawcett and Votes for Women
Anne McElvoy retraces a votes for women march, led by the non-violent Suffragist movement.
Keynes v Hayek - Liberals in the Slump
Anne McElvoy explores rival liberal solutions to the 1930s Depression.
The Cold War
Anne McElvoy explores the distinctively embattled liberalism that emerged in the Cold War.
Roy Jenkins and Margaret Thatcher
Anne McElvoy explores the rise and fall of the 1960s liberals, like Roy Jenkins.
The Limits of Liberalism
Anne McElvoy explores how, since its 1960s highpoint, liberalism has come under pressure.
From John Locke to New Liberalism
Anne McElvoy tours British liberalism from the 'Glorious' Revolution to the Edwardian era.
From Millicent Fawcett to Multiculturalism
Anne McElvoy traces liberalism's development since the Suffragists.
The Witch Craze
Enter into the dark days of the European Witch Craze, where no woman was safe.
From Molly Houses to Section 28, Greg Jenner explores the history of the LGBT community.
Forget Jeff Bezos, meet Mansa Musa – the richest man ever to live.
Justinian and Theodora
Meet the power couple of the Byzantine era, Justinian and Theordora.
A programme to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Principality Stadium.