I love the British Museum. It’s a treasure house and a marvel. It covers the entire world and even just a few minutes within its
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So I should be upfront about this one. It’s a cheat – because I’m not the instigator of this particular combination – the poet was.
For the time being, this is our final dip into the murky waters of Sellar & Yeatman’s classic 1066 and All That. After all, overindulgence
Boys and girls, last week’s lesson was only the beginning, the tip of the iceberg. How could you possibly imagine that we had plumbed the
A day late, but hey. It’ll be worth it. But whatever you do, don’t use this for your GCSE history revision. [If you have done
Nearly 10 years ago, a dear friend of mine was addressing a gathering of Ugandan MPs in the Parliament building in Kampala (around the 40th
I have a mild obsession with human attempts to create heaven on earth. Of course, their idealism is infectious: who doesn’t want heaven on earth?
Sir Isaac Newton is a titan in world science, so it’s no surprise that he features on the very first, and the penultimate page of