Bloody Sunday: Why we need the human stories that history textbooks leave out
Author and poet Julieann Campbell’s book On Bloody Sunday features interviews with people who were there. She hopes it will address the misconceptions
The forgotten cabinet makers who were more influential than Chippendale
William Ince and John Mayhew may not be the best known cabinet-makers of the 18th century, but their influence still resonates. In a new book, Hugh Roberts and Charles Cator explore the enduring legacy of a pair of quiet achievers
Can you help solve the mystery of this Black flower seller in 1800s Hastings?
A group of artists hopes to tell her story as part of a new exhibition documenting the role women of colour have played in British history