8 March 2023
Online Shop founding team hopes to bring MMORPG's back to the mainstream
Explore the world of Babylon, a classic MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) that puts you in a world of 7th Century AD Europe, China, Egypt and South-East Asia.
14 November 2022
Girl, Woman, Other book review: No matter what you're 'into', just read it.
Opened my eyes with fierce gusto to vibrant cultures; from the music and delicious-sounding food, to the struggles and stereotypes British people face.
3 August 2022
Women’s fashion trends through the decades
Women’s fashion is ever-evolving, so let’s take some time to look at where our styles may have evolved across the decades.
16 July 2022
'Fragments' with Wessex Archaeology and The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
Create a Hoard of our Time inspired by The Staffordshire Hoard. We need you to bring in a treasured object that is special to you. We will photograph these objects to create a Hoard of our Time, one which represents the people who live here now.
11 July 2022
The history of trade unions and worker unrest in the UK: Part II
In Part II we take you through the history of unions and worker unrest in the UK from the Winter of Discontent to today.
11 July 2022
The history of trade unions and worker unrest in the UK: Part I
We take you through the history of unions and worker unrest in the UK and why we still need unions. In Part I we cover the period before unions to their involvement in the two world wars.
25 May 2022
SIX The Musical Review
History, Feminism and Musical Theatre combined...are these some of your favourite things? Then this Musical is for you
30 March 2022
The Cuckoo Cage: New Origin Stories
Black British authors reimagine UK protestors as superheroes.
18 March 2022
SIX the musical: Making herstory
How SIX the musical breaks the bias and challenges the concept of female rivalry.
16 March 2022
An insight into Feminist Musicology
Did you know there's an entire branch of musicology whose main focus is women in the musical field?
25 February 2022
Julie D’Aubigny: sword fighter, opera star, and the OG bisexual baddie
Often thought of as wild, uncontained, and a master flouter of all French societal rules — the 17th-century story of Julie D’Aubigny, is generally thought more of as myth than fact.
22 February 2022
Fashion as protest
The history of protest is incomplete without looking at what people wore. It is how people express what cannot be said, or how they reclaim their identity. Here are a few examples of how fashion has furthered protest throughout history.
28 January 2022
Scottish independence explained: Treaty of Union
With a second referendum on Scottish independence on the table, join us as we break down the key issues and historical context of the debate. To start with, we look at where it all began: the Treaty of Union.
24 November 2021
The Race for Space: Exploring the history of the space race through music
A look into the use of historical broadcasts and narrative layout in Public Service Broadcasting’s hit indie album The Race for Space.
16 October 2021
Through the Ages: How Queen Victoria’s Empire influenced Romantic music (Part 2)
How music became Romantic with a capital R
2 October 2021
Through the Ages: How Queen Victoria’s Empire influenced Romantic music (Part 1)
How musical literacy became a fashion statement
15 September 2021
Hairvolution: Her hair, her story, our history
Our assistant editor Saskia Calliste, and co-author Zainab Raghdo are releasing new book 'Hairvolution'. A book of interviews with 31 influential Black women about the history and politics of Black women's hair and the journey to self-love and acceptance in Western society.
16 August 2021
Through the Ages: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The paradox of the aristocrats and the Restoration theatre