We are all familiar with the faces of the famous splashed across billboards, TVs and magazines dubiously endorsing all manner of products from face creams to funeral services. Alex Hulmes looks at celebrity branding through history.
Slogans are some of the most memorable media we have, with most of us being able to repeat them at will. Alice Rigby explores where slogans come from and how have they changed over the last century and a half.
Michael Gove has recently suggested that the revisionist critiques of the First World War amount to no more than ‘undergraduate cynicism’. Vivienne Delliou-Daly defends the study of history and explains why the inconvenient truths of history cannot be ignored.