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History & The Arts
Maria Nita reports from an 'Occupy Bath' tent on how religion and protest have interacted over the centuries.
Directions and an interactive map for the Dunkeld audio walk.
Few battles changed the course of Scottish history as the Battle of Dunkeld did in 1689. Find out how and why it happened with the Dunkeld audio walk.
Want to try the Edinburgh walk for yourself? Follow our directions.
Mary Queen of Scots left a trail of riots, affairs and murders in her wake - join Neil Oliver to follow that trail.
While some places of worship have been repurposed, they can't shake off their religious roots.
We've put locations relating to Northern England's slave past onto our map. Find out more about the people involved in the north's slave history as you move around the map.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Some useful weblinks and reading material about Brunelleschi's amazing dome.
What continuity is there between the city in the ancient world and its modern counterparts?
Bettany Hughes reveals what church records can tell us about life in the past.
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