Interviews about History

Interviews on archaeology, anthropology, palaeoanthropology and the history of science...

16 October 2018

How did the Neolithic invent farming?

16 October 2018

What would village life have been like 10 000 years ago?

16 October 2018

How realistic was Indiana Jones?

16 October 2018

Getting to know the neolithic...

16 October 2018

What did the neolithic do with their animal bones?

16 October 2018

How the neolithic were masters at wielding the mystical 'dragonglass'.

25 September 2018

The mysterious fossils called Dickinsonia may have been revealed to be our early ancestors...

25 September 2018

The Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 was one of the deadliest disease outbreaks in human history

04 September 2018

When scientists redo studies they aren't getting the same results...

28 August 2018

A jaunt with Claire Bryant, who tells the team about ancient mariner traditions and cutting edge bacteria research...

14 August 2018

Can an archaeological dig help to treat PTSD?

14 August 2018

Where are the bodies of the 50,000 people who died at Waterloo?

14 August 2018

How are the Waterloo Uncovered team uncovering the archaeology of the battlefield?

07 August 2018

What's the history of cannabis?

23 July 2018

Who were the key players in the history of IVF, and Louise Brown's birth?

17 July 2018

How do pilots know when they need to start descending, or where the airport is?

17 July 2018

What was Newton's pivotal text about?

31 May 2018

A couple discuss their experiences of being scientists and parents.

17 April 2018

The human history behind a newly discovered middle finger bone.

28 March 2018

What made complex life happen when it did?

27 March 2018

Our panelists go head to head and a lifesize (knitted) gut is passed round the studio.

20 March 2018

The most-downloaded thesis of all time that crashed Cambridge's server...

13 March 2018

How do images end up on the computer screen?

13 March 2018

How does a computer work if it doesn't have a processor?