How an ex-Liberal trade unionist became leader of Britain's socialist Parliamentary party.
Keir Hardie and Ramsay MacDonald
Omnibus: From Robert Owen to Keir Hardie
Anne McElvoy traces the emergence of British socialism, from utopian visions to Parliament
Beatrice and Sidney Webb and the Fabian Society
Anne McElvoy traces the influence of Beatrice and Sidney Webb on British socialism.
Ernest Bevin v Stafford Cripps
The battle for socialism's soul between a trade union boss and a revolutionary barrister.
How Ellen Wilkinson went from Communism to the Jarrow March to a seat in the cabinet.
Socialist Feminism and 1968
Anne McElvoy explores the impact of the Women's Liberation Movement on British socialism.
Anne explores how Tony Benn turned from planning to populism amid the crises of the 1970s.
From the Fabians to Tony Benn
The Conquering Engines
Prof David Hendy explores how the sounds of nature gave way to the industrial revolution.
The death of Carl Gustav Jung
One of the most influential figures in psychoanalysis died in June 1961
Luxury Yachts, Asylum Art and The Irish Border
Susan Morrison and archivist Daisy Cunynghame look at art in the asylum.
The Beat of a Heart, the Tramp of a Fly
Medicine's listening revolution in the 19th century with the discovery of the stethoscope.
The Murder of Marian Beattie: All Evidence Lost?
Assistant Chief Constable George Clarke speaks to Stephen.