A recreation of the housing for three types of poor families in Victorian London - an unskilled family, skilled family and a rent collector.
How did the Byzantine Empire thrive after rome fell? It's geography and open society played a big part.
Rent day in Victorian London was known as 'Black Monday'. Families either landed out on the street, or could survive another week.
The fascinating story of why The Crusades began and the eventual fall of Constantinople, becoming Istanbul.
Often, families had so little money that they had to buy their food 'on tick' meaning buy now, pay later. And what they ate was hardly a luxury.
Constantinople was once called the 'new Rome'.
Sending young children to work seems cruel by modern standards but in 1886 London it was necessary for a family's very survival.
Life was cruel in Victorian London. People had to work to survive and there was little sympathy for those who couldn't. Modern families find out about these realities the hard way.
In ancient times, this empire formed the crossroads between east and west - and grew very wealthy as a consequence.
Families of the Lockerbie victims reveal the grief and shock of losing their loved ones to terrorism.
Two Lockerbie plane bombing witnesses discuss their reactions of bewilderment, shock and sadness when faced with the bodies of the victims.
New evidence suggests that Stonehenge was actually a burial ground for the elite of ancient Britain.
A good discussion starter for classrooms. For years we have been asking how Stonehenge was built - but the much bigger question is why.
Morgan Freeman visits Jerusalem, a home to three faiths; Judaism, Islam and Christianity, to learn what the story of Jesus and resurrection means to people.
Jimmy Doherty visits a chocolate factory to learn how cacao beans are transformed into chocolate and what the difference is between white and dark chocolate.
Explores the conflict and struggle between Jacquie Lambie and her son after he became addicted to ice.
Australia is the world's second largest user of ice and half is smuggled in from China.
Archival footage reveals the human zoos of the 19th century, where indigenous people from around the world were transported to Europe and put on display.
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