Anne McElvoy and guests discuss the early medieval document and Scottish politics today. Read more
The Declaration Of Arbroath
Anne McElvoy and guests discuss the early medieval document and Scottish politics today.
Mark Honigsbaum, Lisa Mullen, Riel Miller, Sarah Dillon and Rupert Read with Matthew Sweet
Professors Sally Bushell and Simon Bainbridge talk to New Generation Thinker Sarah Jackson
Dance to prayer, servants to Kings, knees ups to being on our knees. With Matthew Sweet
Religion and ordinary lives
Tom Charlton looks for evidence of belief from samplers to children's scribbles in bibles.
Philip Dodd talks to actor Christopher Eccleston and historian Ruth Dudley Edwards.
Deep Time and Human History
Lewis Dartnell, Gaia Vince and David Farrier join Rana Mitter to talk the deepest history.
What's so great about EM Forster
Deborah Levy and Laurence Scott talk to Shahidha Bari about novelist EM Forster's work.
Science Fiction and ecological thinking
Hetta Howes, Amy Butt and Caroline Edwards ask if science fiction is the new realism.
Shahidha Bari explores the impact of life-changing experiences and the fourth dimension.
Shakespeare for the People
Adrian Lester and Prof Ewan Fernie talk to Islam Issa about Birmingham's first folio.
Matthew Sweet and guests imagine an evening in the film star's company.
A lack of dental floss in the Neolithic era proves to be a boon for archaeologists.
WWII radio propaganda and French relations
From a gratitude train to the sinister broadcasts to US soldiers. Matthew Sweet presents.
Big State and the Industrial Revolution
Emma Griffin and William Ashworth share new research on Victorian industry.
The 2020 Wolfson History Prize: Toby Green, Marion Turner, John Barton
New takes on Chaucer, the Bible and African trading from 3 of the historians shortlisted.
A feminist take on medieval history
How does Chaucer write on rape and consent? What links Kim Kardashian and Margery Kempe?
The 2020 Wolfson History Prize: David Abulafia, Hallie Rubenhold, Prashant Kidambi
From Indian cricket, a survey of the oceans to Jack the Ripper: 3 shortlisted historians.
Rutger Bregman tells Anne McElvoy why survival of the fittest needs rethinking as an idea.
Rowan Williams and Simon Armitage
Landscape in poetry discussed by Rowan Williams and Simon Armitage at Hay.