BBC History Magazine’s History Weekend festivals are back for the sixth year this autumn, with the biggest line-ups yet. Set in two idyllic locations across two weekends in October, the show travels first to the medieval city of Winchester and then historic York. Each packed weekend features a diverse range of engaging talks, interactive Q&As and book signings from the world’s leading historians and authors including Michael Wood, Alison Weir, Bernard Cornwell and Lucy Worsley.
Yorkshire is wonderfullly diverse. This beautiful county is packed with heritage sites, fascinating attractions and some of the most stunning countryside the UK has to offer. Not to mention the 2017 City of Culture…
Hull is the worthy recipient of the award this time around and this lively city, on the banks of the river Humber, has plenty in the pipeline to celebrate. An exciting programme of arts and culture has been split into four seasons to showcase the unique character of Hull’s people, history and geography. Meanwhile, it’s old town, including the fabulous Ferens Art Gallery and Maritime Museum are well worth a visit as is The Deep, one of the UK’s biggest and best aquariums.