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When I saw York Theatre Royal were putting on The Guinea Pig Club; a play about early plastic surgery for…
Unfortunately no longer open in York, the Automata Museum brought fascinating, unusual, intricate and playful ancient and modern automata toys, figurines and gadgets to York.
Today’s 31 Days looks at “The Winter of Discontent” and life in a Thatcherite York.
With the impending visit of The Queen next week, we hark back to the days of Queen Victoria and her rather unflattering take on York.
ONCE looks at bath times in the 1950s and the Slipper Baths of York.
Today’s historical treat is a treat through Tudor York.
Hob Moor has a long and fascinating history. During the visitations of the plague in the 16th and 17th centuries, victims were taken from the city and accommodated in wooden lodges on Hob Moor.
Today is our first taste of Rome in our series.
Today One&Other delves in to the history of William the Conqueror and his importance in the history of York
Today we take a look at the force that guard one of our cities greatest treasures.
The atmosphere was electric, and crowds of people would gather to watch the side shows including cock fights, gypsy singers and public executions.
“My earliest memories are of being taken to the cattle markets which in those days were in the town. I would have been about 10 years old when my dad took me.”
From the late 1970s until 1988 York was home to one of the most successful and nationally influential underground record labels in the country.
Today in 1190 the history of York changed forever and became one of the most anti-semetic places in the world
Today we set the scene of a York under threat of invasion, a York living on rations with its men away at war, a York during World War II.
How do we think about York before York? About history before history? Before the founding of Eboracum in AD 71 by the Romans, does it even make sense to talk about York? One&Other explore the prehistory of our city.