Snippets from History: stories and tales from north Nottingham
Turn again: The real story of Dick Whitington Lord Mayor of London
Little miss sure shot: the true story of Annie Oakley “the greatest shot in the world”
The cup thaty cheers !: The fascinating story of our national drink Tea
Are you sitting comfortably: The story of the beginnings of children’s radio and television.
The Mary Celeste:The real story of the maritime mystery
The Real Biggles: The life and times of W E Johns First World War Pilot and writer of the Biggles stories
Battledress and Greasepaint : Variety entertainment for the armed forces during World War Two. ENSA and stars in Battledress
Gone in two and half hours: The loss of the White Star liner Titanic that hit an iceberg
Women and Children First: the sinking of the troop ship Birkenhead
Tricks of Light and Colour: . The story of Optical illusions that fool the eye and brain
More Tricks of Light and Colour. Further optical illusions that fool the eye and brain
Victorian Optical Toys: Toys that lead to the development of movies
Nursery Rhymes: their strange stories, meanings and origins
Dick Turpin: The story of the real man and not just the legend
Houdini Highwayman: Jack Sheppard Highwayman, robber and jail breaker an 18th century peoples hero
Glen Miller: Bandleader extraordinaire; his life and mysterious death
The Dance Band Era on Film: The story of Famous British bands of the 20s and 30s recorded on film
Hearts of Oak : Women, who over the centuries, masqueraded as men to join the military
Violet Jessop: Stewardess, World War One Nurse and survivor of the sinking of the SS Titanic and SS Britannic
Then They were Gone: Unexplained Mysterious deaths and disappearances of people over the years.
Beside the seaside beside the sea: the history of seaside entertainment
Down to the sea: the story of the British love of the seaside.
Nottingham On Sea: A sketch history of the town of Skegness
Catch phrase?: the meaning and origin of some well know sayings that we all use every day
John Robinson and Home Brewery: The story of the Nottingham Daybrook brewery firm
Samuel Robinson and Daybrook laundry: The story of the Robinson family and the laundry.
Wind, Milling and Bread: a local story of the history of bread and milling
Up the Flue : The strange history of Chimneys and Chimney sweeps:
Herbert Ponting: Photographer, Film maker, war correspondent and explorer with Capt Scott in the Antarctic
Bread or Beer: How man changed for ever; the history of the start of farming.
The biggest Worsted mill: The story of Hawksley and Davison and the start of the industrial revolution