About BBC History Magazine
If you’re fascinated by what led up and influenced the world we live in today, a BBC History magazine subscription would be the ideal read for you.
Complete with comprehensive articles on key historical events, new archaeological discoveries, examinations of different eras and features and reviews by leading historians, the magazine is the leading publication for those with a passion for the past.
Having recently been revamped, BBC History magazine now features a series of regular sections including Anniversaries, Backgrounder, History Explorer and a monthly column from historian Michael Wood. Set against a fresh and clean design, there is nothing old and stuffy about this read.
BBC History magazine is perfect for anyone that enjoys a regular serving up of history – whether your interest is academic or hobby-based. Contributing historians include Chris Bowlby and Lucy Worsley and eras examined can range from Tudor England to ancient Rome to the World Wars.
With a BBC History subscription you can be guaranteed to get more than a shallow analysis of the past. Articles dig deep to examine the social habits of notable periods of time and provide informed commentary on how key turning points in history have impacted upon modern society.