BRITISH rock and roll began on top of a number 715 London double-decker in the summer of 1958.
FOR four long years British Tommies had been telling each other: “Don’t worry, it’ll all be over by Christmas.”
IT definitely wasn’t the Christmas present fast drivers wanted.
IT was a flight full of hope as many of the passengers looked forward to Christmas, heading home to be reunited with their families at the happiest time of the year.
Will we ever know who Jack The Ripper was? Ultimate criminal enigma continues to intrigue and horrify 130 years on
HE remains the ultimate criminal enigma – and Jack the Ripper committed his dastardly deeds exactly 130 years ago.
One day in History: Uproar and turmoil all around but broadcaster Dan Snow says events still unfold 24 hours at a time
FROM Trump to Brexit, a new cold war to new trade wars, world affairs may be tough on our jangling nerves, but it’s all good news for historians.
IT was the small stretch of road that made big news – and it changed the way we live, travel and work in Britain.
The clans of attack: Broadcast historian Neil Oliver on remarkable Scottish history behind new three-part TV series
IF people like Mafia shows such as The Sopranos, they will love the blood-soaked machinations of Scotland’s clans, according to Neil Oliver.
NOVEMBER 30 marks St Andrew's Day, with Scots across the globe celebrating their heritage and culture.
ASK anyone to name a ghost ship and I’ll wager they’ll say the Marie Celeste.
IT was March 20, 1972. It became one of the most harrowing days of Brian Allaway’s life.