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Professor Helen Berry discusses London's foundlings, and the rich and varied lives they led.
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Alexandra Churchill tackles King George V's role in the Great War, from his disputes with Lloyd George to renaming the family Windsor.
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BBC broadcaster Babita Sharma was born in a corner shop, and that offers her a unique lens on these idiosyncratic spaces.
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Clare Mulley has written a biography of Eglantyne Jebb, the founder of Save the Children. All profits go to Save the Children.
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The Duke of Northumberland writes a magisterial account of his family history, which has shaped British history from Henry Hotspur to Harry Potter.
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Simon Winder concludes his Germania trilogy with Lotharingia, a fascinating book about the Low Countries.
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Kim Wagner dispels myths about the massacre Amritsar in this comprehensive account of Reginald Dyer's massacre of peaceful protesters in Punjab.
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Armand D'Angour shows that Socrates owes some of his ideas to a woman whom he had an affair with.
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Professor Andrew Lambert has written a magisterial history of sea power states, and the tools and methods of control they used to exert influence.
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Anita Anand's new book traces the life of a man who set out to avenge the Amritsar massacre.
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Rutger Bregman's book tackles important economic ideas that will shape our future, such as universal basic income and shorter working weeks.
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Jonathan Fennell's new book discusses the 'citizen armies' that made up the core of the British and Commonwealth armies during World War Two.
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Suzie Grogan eloquently discusses the treatment of shellshock and how our understanding of this affliction changed over time.
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Mike Martin tells the stories of the war in Helmand through an oral history of those who were there.
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Dr Chris Laoutaris shows how Shakespeare's tempetuous relationship with Lady Elizabeth Russell helped to create the Globe Theatre.
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Martin Bailey writes about Van Gogh's time in the mental asylum, and how that inspired his art.
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Akala brilliantly dissects contemporary understanding of race and class in modern Britain and how they have been shaped by our history.
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Melvyn Bragg's latest novel explores the relationship of Héloïse and Abelard, focusing on their letters of passion.
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Every day, President Obama received ten thousand letters from ordinary American citizens. Jean Marie Laskas writes about them.
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Lyndsey Powell talked to Dan about the military might behind the political genius who was both Rome's first and longest serving emperor.