Robert Lyman and Richard Dannatt discuss how the British Army went from success to failure in the period between the World Wars.
Jonathan Healey speaks to Jessie Childs about Britain’s turbulent 17th century and argues that it marked the birth of a new world.
Richard Morris recounts the life of Barnes Wallis, the inventor and engineer who designed the famous bouncing bomb used during the Dambusters Raid.
David Reynolds explores how Winston Churchill was influenced by his ‘great contemporaries’ over the course of his unique career.
The Royal Hospital and its resident Chelsea Pensioners fought for their survival as Blitzkrieg rained over London. Martin Cawthorne chronicles the Hospital at war.
Join tour guide Mike Armitage as he highlights the hidden military history of Chelsea, bringing to life some of its stories.
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, formerly Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe, shares his unique security perspective on threats facing the United Kingdom today.
Levison Wood and Geraint Jones discuss what it was like to be on the ground during the 2021 withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Michael Palin recreates the extraordinary life and tragic death of his great-uncle Harry who served in the First World War and is the subject of his latest book.
Prit Buttar reveals what it was like to live through the early months of the infamous Siege of Leningrad.