They thought their lives were secure - until Mount Vesuvius erupted
Christine Miles looks at the origins of the normal work day as we know it and why we celebrate Labour Day.
Discover a beacon of civilisation in an insignificant place.
Until recently, scholars believed that the Hittite kingdom mentioned in the Bible was a fictional nation. David Down explains how we now know they did exist.
We're fascinated by the idea of knowing the future. Gary Kent looks back in time to see what we've learnt so far.
Harold Harker tells the story of a museum in Amsterdam that graphically portrays the tension between Catholics and Protestants in the Reformation era.
As our world spirals towards an Armageddon ending, Gary Webster believes the Bible's predictions concerning our times offers some insight.
The King James Version is the most widely read Bible in the history of the English Bible. Bryan Ball tells the story.
Christine Miles speaks with historian Paul Moon about the sometimes contentious agreement made between the British and the Maori some 170 years ago.
Samuele Bacchiocchi identifies three factors that influenced Christians in the first few centuries after Christ to adopt the observance of Sunday
For more than 100 years, Nobel Prizes have been awarded each December 10th-the anniversary of Alfred Nobel's death-for great achievements that benefit mankind. Susan Johnstone relives the life of the man behind the awards.
Many people choose to serve by following. Arthur Patrick looks at the life of one man who chose to serve by leading- at the cost of his life.