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Hallie Rubenhold

As a social historian, the broadcaster and author urges us to look beyond the familiar stories of monarchs and statesmen to the everyday heroes and heroines

Hallie Rubenhold’s new book The Five challenges the accepted view of the five canonical victims of Jack the Ripper, and tells the untold stories of their lives.
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William Shakespeare had humble beginnings – how did he transform into England’s greatest playwright? We explore how the ‘upstart crow’ became so widely celebrated. Plus: The mysterious assassins of the medieval Muslim world are explored, we dig into the diaries of Samuel Pepys and take a look at the life of Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians.