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Christianity, Morality & Why Have Christians Done Bad Things?
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04 May

Jonathan Headington explores the history of Christianity and morality, and looks at why evil has been carried out in the faith's name

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The Emergence of the English by Susan Oosthuizen
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25 Apr

Nigel Hillpaul reviews Professor Susan Oosthuizen's critical analysis of the origin of the English ethnicity and the extent of its Anglo-Saxon underpinnings

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Man on the Spot: A Broadcaster's Story by Bill Hamilton
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25 Mar

Jonathan Headington reviews the autobiography of journalist, BBC News reporter and football referee Bill Hamilton

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History as Chaos: Reviewing The Favourite and Vice
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05 Feb

Thomas Cobb reviews two very different Oscar-nominated historical films and explains what they tell us about modern history-based cinema as a genre

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Sovereignty, War & the European Union/Reflections on Brexit
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26 Jan

Jonathan Headington explores the argument that the European Union is responsible for peace, then reflects on the post-referendum machinations and asks whether Brexit has been worth it

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The Road Not Taken: The Ottoman Invasion of Italy
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27 Nov

Peter Sandham looks at why an Ottoman invasion of Italy did not occur in the wake of Sultan Mehmed II's conquest of Constantinople

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