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History of reading tutorial 1: Finding evidence of reading in the past
Heroes and Narratives
Timetables: Happy hours and happy days
Pandering to Pagans?
What makes an inventor tick?
A reader's guide to The Clothes On Their Backs
The Things We Forgot To Remember: Podcast
Picturing the family
16th Century Extensions
Mill: Nigel Warburton and Janette Radcliffe-Richards
The meaning of crime
The Key To The Future
Terry Waite’s inspirational figures
Exploring Library Resources for Arts and Humanities
Darwin: The Expert View
Thomas De Quincey
History battles – How we remember the past
Perceptions of heritage
High Street History: Churches
Becoming a folk singer
Megalosaurus in the Oxford museum
High Street History: Street signs
High Street History: Pubs
The history of the Tay Bridge
Family, kinship and the Poor Law
Disability and identity
Is your home your perfect world?
High Street History: Clock towers
The legislative process
In your region
The Ragged University
Darwin's Burning Question
What makes Britain?
Is Darwinism distinct from Darwin?
High Street History: Railway stations
Mill: Nigel Warburton and Alan Ryan
The Things We Forgot To Remember - Jack the Ripper
Researching and influencing your fiction
Doctor Who and human history
Reading cities, towns and villages
Enhancing pupil learning on museum visits
Cities - what are they?
Ten commandments of research
Darwin the mentor and family man
Death and society
The Expansion of English in China
Legacy of 'The Troubles'
Maps, money and the military
Film as a Historical Source
Women in science today, a latter-day heroine and forensic science
What Sport Tells us About Life
History Mysteries: Murder at Berkeley Castle
Why do we celebrate Jack The Ripper?
Liz Jensen, Development and Decisions
The decline of neighbourliness
Shakespeare and performance
What those Victorians did for us…
The picture in the attic - and what it reveals
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