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BBC Radio 4, Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Mary Queen of Scots in this edition of In Our Time.

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Next in the Intelligence Squared debates is the question of whether this is the end of antibiotics. Perfect for anyone studying Medicine Over Time at GCSE! Check it out below

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Whilst looking through Reddit the other day, I came across a discussion about the strangest things that people had unearthed during the reading of recently declassified documents from governments...

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Radio 4, Melvyn Bragg and guests present a discussion on the life of revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg. This is perfect for A Level courses with Weimar Germany in them and as a stretch and a challenge...

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Who was the greater monarch? Elizabeth or Victoria? Intelligence Squared weighs up the arguments with Phillipa Gregory and Daisy Goodwin. A perfect way to stretch and challenge your A Level Historians

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BBC Radio 4 have a huge number of podcasts available on their website from the series 'In Our Time', which are perfect for enrichment at both A Level and GCSE.

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14th April 2017

Titanic at 105

It has been 105 years since the sinking of the Titanic. Titanic was the largest passenger liner in the world when it sank in the North Atlantic after striking an Iceberg. National Geographic has a...

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12th April 2017

Dan Snow: History Hit

Dan Snow may well be one of the UK's favourite historians, and now you can take him with your in your pocket! In a perfect way to extend your study both at GCSE or A Level, his podcast explores...

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On Wednesday 12th April, the National Archives will be hosting a free webinar looking at disease in the 19th Century. It will be perfect for those studying the GCSE Medicine through time options.

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At Key Stage 3 schools could be lucky enough to spend 117 hours with their pupils over Years 7 to 9 and when writing the schemes of work, the question about what to teach can be an interesting one!...

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Being 100 years old World War One holds a special significance in History classrooms at the moment and is often a core component of Key Stage 3 teaching as well as some GCSE courses. History...

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Struggling to find something to watch? Check out the historical programmes available on Freeview this week:

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The Holocaust Educational Trust offers the Lessons from Auschwitz programme designed to educate from Students and Teachers about the Holocaust. Teachers can access cost effective CPD in a four part...

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Relive the Russian Revolution which is 100 years old this year. Follow the events as they happened with the Russian Telegraph's live coverage.

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Did the Vikings have horned helmets? Was Napoleon really that short? Just what was a Vomitorium? Watch this wonderfully short video running down the top 5 historical misconceptions.

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Love it or hate it, the Nazis and Hitler are a key part of many GCSE and A Level courses. Personally, I loved the study of Nazis and Germany as a student, even taking it as a special subject at...

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Evan Davis provides a personal perspective on the events of 2016 and brings a number of prominent academic historians into the discussion.

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It's a new year and new GCSE for History and getting your year off to a flying start is something everything every teacher dreams about...but if you're anything like me, you spent far too long...

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A controversial and sensitive issue in Germany and beyond is raised by the news that Hitler's book, "Mein Kampf," is to be published in Germany at the start of 2016.

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A short and poignant video tour here - with a difference. Using drone technology, viewers are taking on an aerial tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp as it is today.

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