Charlotte Hodgman

 

Charlotte Hodgman is Deputy Editor for BBC History Magazine 

The French besiege Chateau-Gaillard in Normandy, 1204 © Bridgeman Art Library
16/10/2015

Sean McGlynn, author of the first book on the French occupation of England in 1216, considers the story of ‘bad’ King John and the Barons’ Revolt...

This article was first published in BBC History Magazine in 2011

Venice's Grand Canal © Shutterstock
15/10/2015

In the December 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine, Tracy Borman selects Venice, Italy, as her favourite historical destination. History Extra caught up with her to find out more...

15/10/2015

An exhibition that explores the impact of the Second World War on women's lives through the photography of Lee Miller, one of the most important female war photographers of the 20th century, opens at IWM, London this October. Here are some of the highlights...

The ruined farmhouse of Top Withens, perched high on the South Pennine moors.
06/10/2015

Claire Harman and Charlotte Hodgman visit Brontë country in West Yorkshire, where sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë penned some of English literature’s most celebrated novels...

This article was first published in the November 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine

02/10/2015

In 2015, Simon Schama joined forces with the National Portrait Gallery and the BBC to explore the history and development of British portraiture. Here, using the themes of love, people, fame, self and power, Simon selects some of the most significant British photographs, paintings and caricatures of the past 800 years...

This article was first published in the October 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine

24/09/2015

More than 300 images depicting the changing face of England and its people over the past 150 years have been printed in a recently published book from Historic England. Here, we bring you the highlights...

23/09/2015

The first British exhibition on Celtic art and identity in 40 years opens at the British Museum in September. Here, we give you a sneak preview...

15/09/2015

Around 100 drawings created using the delicate technique of metalpoint, and dating from the 14th century, go on display at the British Museum in September. Here, we give you a sneak preview...

The 16th-century Pura Tanah Lot © Corbis
02/09/2015

In the November 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine, Arthur Cotterell selects Bali, Indonesia, as his favourite historical destination. History Extra caught up with him to find out more...

01/09/2015

The first major UK exhibition to examine the history of post-pharaonic Egypt goes on show at the British Museum, London, at the end of October. Here's a preview of some of the remarkable pieces on show

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