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Cat Jarman talks to Dr. Guto Rhys about the Picts communicated, and what new insights are emerging from the latest research.
Edward II died at Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire, on 21 September 1327. Or did he? Matt Lewis sifts through the evidence with Edward II’s biographer Kathryn Warner.
What kind of presence did the Vikings have in Poland? And what was the connection between the region and King Harald Bluetooth?
Vikings are often depicted as fearless warriors, but they were not immune to the harsh realities of northern weather. How did they adapt to the unforgiving ice and snow?
Who was the real historic figure and was he as pious and saintly as the Christmas song suggests?
Philippa Langley talks about her amazing story, locating the grave of Richard III beneath a Leicester car park.
Dr. Cat Jarman finds out more about a fragment of Old English poetry that depicts one of the defining conflicts of 10th century England.
Matt Lewis discovers that Medieval carols were not just for Christmas but could be sung in different settings all your round.
Why has Swithun's historical importance as an Anglo-Saxon bishop of Winchester been overshadowed by his reputation as a miracle worker?
How does research into Jewish moneylending activities shed a fascinating light on the life of Jews in Medieval England, and the outbreaks of persecution against them?