Charlotte Hodgman


Charlotte Hodgman is Deputy Editor for BBC History Magazine 


More than 60 works by Adam Buck, one of Regency England’s most sought-after portrait painters, go on show in Oxford from 16 July


Explore the ancient and mysterious world of the Maya at the World Museum, Liverpool, this June


Some 200 pairs of shoes go on show at the V&A, London, this June in an exhibition that considers the cultural significance and transformative capacity of footwear throughout history


In the May 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine, Vanessa Collingridge selects the Great Wall of China as her favourite historical destination. HistoryExtra caught up with her to find out more...


Objects, photographs, film and personal accounts are now on show at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport, shedding light on the role of the Royal Navy’s submarines in the First World War


A new £5.4m state-of-the-art visitor centre, dedicated to the bloody civil wars fought across England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland between 1638 and 1652, opens in Newark on 3 May


The April 2015 issue of BBC History Magazine is now on sale!


The Bodleian Library is currently displaying some 130 remarkable items from its collections, to demonstrate how ideas of genius, people of genius and moments of genius have left their mark on papyrus, parchment and paper

The parlour at 62 Nelson Street. (Charlotte Hodgman)

Professor June Purvis and Charlotte Hodgman visit the Pankhurst Centre in Manchester to discover more about the remarkable women who risked life and limb for the right to vote...


The first major exhibition to present a history of indigenous Australia through objects opens at the British Museum in April 2015

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