Signs of the Times
Six hundred years ago Christian reformer John Huss was burned at the stake. Harold Harker looks at the background of this tragic event.
Christine Miles speaks with historian Paul Moon about the sometimes contentious agreement made between the British and the Maori some 170 years ago.
The King James Version is the most widely read Bible in the history of the English Bible. Bryan Ball tells the story.
Peter Roennfeldt retraces the footsteps of Jesus and winds up in a cluster of isolated villages where Christ had once delivered a most startling revelation.
John Lauder travelled to a small German village to witness what could possibly be the world's longest running play.
Christians commonly dismiss Halloween as a pagan festival. However, Harold Harker says there is something worth celebrating on that day.
Christine Miles looks at the origins of the normal work day as we know it and why we celebrate Labour Day.
Harold Harker takes a look at the life of German Protestant Reformer Martin Bucer.
Harold Harker tells the story of Pompeii and Herculaneum, towns that had everything, and then nothing.
Glenn Townend recalls the story of one of his ancestors, who was especially responsible for translating the Bible into English.