Dr Alexander Kent reflects on the terrorist bombing of the Royal Marines School of Music at Deal in 1989 and its impact on the identity of the town.
Patrick Meehan offers an alternative viewpoint to teach younger generations on the outbreak of WW1.
Professor Jackie Eales explores the origins of one of the most popular celebrations of the year, Halloween.
On the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Biggles books, Dr Michael Goodrum explores the character’s impact and legacy.
On the 200th anniversary of birth of Karl Marx, Dr David Bates asks: is Marxism dead?
Dr Michael Goodrum explains the political and financial influence of the comic book hero, Superman.
Dr Sara Wolfson looks at the forgotten influence three women had upon King Charles I and his art collection, which is currently being exhibited at in Royal Academy London.
Dr Martin Watts explains how recent questions about the future of the Royal Marines as part of the UK’s Defence strategy is nothing new.
Dr Michael Goodrum assesses the American President’s first year in office.
Dr Leonie Hicks explores the Bayeux Tapestry’s Kent connections and diplomatic gifts.