Africa is absolutely brimming with incredible stories of history, traditions and culture. We've put together a perfect list of all the very best spots you can find that are filled with history!
There is no shortage of incredible artistic spirit around Perth, and we have made a list of the very top spots to discover, so you won't miss out on any must-see artworks!
Twenty wooden statues were discovered at the Peruvian archaeological complex of Chan Chan. The statues date back to around 800 years ago and were discovered during an archaeological dig.
Africa has no shortage of heritage, history and culture. And where better soak in all this knowledge than of of Africa's many incredible art and cultural museums?
If you're looking for some lesser known landmarks around Australia that you might not have heard of, this is the perfect list for you! From the serene and isolated Lord Howe Island, to the incredible Mon Remos Conservation Park to see the turtles!
On the West Coast in South Africa, !Khwa Ttu launched their new San Heritage Centre that lets these indigenous people tell their own story.
History isn't always an accurate record of what actually happened. It's said it's mostly written by the victors. So what are British children learning of The Partition of India in 1947 when more than a million died as Pakistan was created?
The National Health Service's 70th anniversary has been marked by services in London and Manchester.
The number of nurses working in the NHS has increased almost five-fold in over the last seven decades.
A life-sized replica of a Red Arrows jet has taken up position outside 10 Downing Street ahead of an event to celebrate the centenary of the Royal Air Force.
In the early years of the 20th century, many women were questioning their role and place in society, and demanding the right to vote. The suffragettes were a group of women who began to demonstrate publicly to draw attention to their cause.
Suffragettes who were given criminal records in their battle for equality would be pardoned under Labour, Jeremy Corbyn has pledged.
An MP has spoken of the Holocaust memories "seared" into him after the Nazis experimented on a relative. Labour's Alex Sobel (Leeds North West) said the Holocaust casts a "dark spectre" over his family.
A tree synonymous with Scouting has been crowned England's 'Tree of the Year' in conservation charity the Woodland Trust's annual contest. The Gilwell Oak received 26% of nearly 7,000 votes cast by the public.
A captivating step back in time, Pozieres explores the small village in Northern France which, during the Great War in 1916, was the setting of one of the bloodiest battles in history, and a twentieth century tragedy for Australia.
The exploits of Ned Kelly, Australian icon and notorious outlaw, raise questions of injustice and oppression. This documentary examines infamous bushranger's life and asks was he an outlaw, a freedom fighter or simply a murderer with a message?
Australia is the world's fourth largest exporter of wine. WineLine is the story of the Hamilton family, the oldest wine family in Australia, dating back to 1837. It covers six generations of winemakers and their contribution to the success.
During the dark era of Argentine dictatorship, the ruling military imprisoned pregnant women, and stole their babies. 35 years later, a symbolic trial begins in Buenos Aires, the result of a relentless struggle by campaigners.
A digital camera without a screen? In the second redesign of BBC Future’s Imagineering project, Conran senior designer Jared Mankelow imagines a snapper with old school features.
A rowing eight from Murray Bridge, South Australia, overcome prejudice, age, injury and poverty to represent Australia at the 1924 Paris Olympics.
Australia, 1830. Edward Waterman and his family arrive in remote Tasmania, helping with the enforced removal of Aborigines. Aboriginal woman Manganinnie survives a raid and is separated - can Waterman's daughter help her be reunited with her people?
Forty years after legendary filmmaker John Heyer captured a uniquely Aussie adventure, we revisit the dusty outback once more as dedicated postman Tom Kruse returns to the Birdsville Track to relive his past and comment on the future of Australia.
Angels of War captures the experiences of villagers who lived through the Papua New Guinea campaign.
Winning World War I is a moving dramatisation of the landmark book, The Western Front Diaries, written by historian Dr Jonathan King.
The USS Franklin (CV-13). The men in the American Pacific fleet knew her as 'Big Ben'. She is known throughout history as 'The Ship That Wouldn't Die'. Even now, the very name Franklin spawns a tidal wave of emotion for all involved.
The documentary film The Typewriter In the 21st Century is an ode to a marvellous machine that changed the world, and the surprisingly enduring culture that valiantly attempts to preserve its legacy and save it from cultural extinction.
Westinghouse is a feature-length documentary about the life and times of George Westinghouse - considered America's greatest industrialist and the only man who would go up against Thomas Edison, and win.
During World War II, 1.2 million African-Americans served in America's Armed Forces. Fully 125,000 served overseas. 708 were killed. Among these were The Wereth Eleven. Their story was lost to history. Until now.
The Afghan Solution is the story of a people left behind by their newly minted government. The film is a powerful and informative warning about the dangers of believing that a central government can address the gravely important issues Afghans face.
Al Capone is regarded as one of the most notorious gangsters in history. His exploits have inspired authors, journalists and filmmakers. But who was he really? How did this child of Neapolitan immigrants become so legendary?
During World War II America fought a fearsome battle over the skies in Europe. And it was one plane that overcame all the odds and prove that persistence was a much greater power than fear. This airplane was the B-17 Flying Fortress.