In our November issue, David M Wilson takes a look at some of the highlights of a collection of previously unseen photographs taken by polar explorer Captain Scott during his final expedition to the south pole.
Mark Ormrod discusses the significance of King Edward III's wife and family in achieving his dreams of empire.
Max Hastings, author of a new book on the Second World War, focuses on aspects of the conflict that he feels still need to be analysed.
Tim Reinke-Williams takes a look at fashion faux pas during the 17th century that in some cases led women to be driven out of town!
Derek Wilson presents an A–Z of the key moments and personalities of the Plantagenets, a royal dynasty that played a crucial role in developing England's national identity.
Pat Southern talks to BBC History Magazine's Charlotte Hodgman about seven places related to early Roman Britain and explores what life would have been like for Britons after the invasion in AD 43.