The Speakers

Elizabeth of York: The First Tudor Queen - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 7.00pmTuesday 8.00pm

The Battle of the Atlantic - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 7.00pmTuesday 8.00pm

The 1970s - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 12.00pmTuesday 1.00pm

Fatal Rivalry: The Battle of Flodden 1513 - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 10.30amTuesday 11.30am

Timbuktu: Desert Phoenix - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 3.30pmTuesday 4.30pm

The Beau Monde: Fashionable Society in Georgian London - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 12.30pmTuesday 1.30pm

She-Wolves: Queens and Power in Medieval and Tudor England - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 3.30pmTuesday 4.30pm

The Imaginative World of the Anglo-Saxons - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 11.00amTuesday 12.00pm

Josephine Bonaparte: Mistress, Empress and Collector - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 10.30amTuesday 11.30am

The Aftermath of the Second World War - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 5.00pmTuesday 6.00pm

The Disappeared: Richard III, Henry VII and the Fate of the Princes in the Tower - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 4.00pmTuesday 5.00pm

Tudor and Stewart Rivals - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 12.00pmTuesday 1.00pm

The Norman Conquest - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 2.00pmTuesday 3.00pm

Double lecture: Æthelstan, the first King of England - SOLD OUT

Friday Tuesday 7.30pmTuesday 10.00pm

The First World War Battlefield Tourist - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 11.00amTuesday 12.00pm

Shipwrecks and the Making of Britain - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 2.30pmTuesday 3.30pm

Europe goes to War, 1914 - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 4.00pmTuesday 5.00pm

Debate: Tudors vs Plantagenets - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 5.00pmTuesday 6.15pm

The Crusades in History - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 12.30pmTuesday 1.30pm

Ancient Egypt: From the Pyramids to Cleopatra - SOLD OUT

Sunday Tuesday 2.30pmTuesday 3.30pm

The Witches of Belvoir - SOLD OUT

Saturday Tuesday 2.00pmTuesday 3.00pm

 

Book today...

Tickets are available now. You can buy tickets for individual lectures, or buy day passes for Saturday and Sunday. If you’re a BBC History Magazine subscriber, you’ll get a discount on the price.

About Malmesbury

It is the oldest borough in England, with a charter given by Alfred the Great in 880. It’s also the burial place of Æthelstan, grandson of Alfred and the first king of all England, and the abbey that houses his tomb is Malmesbury’s crowning glory. It’s a great place for us to stage our first history weekend.

BBC History Magazine

BBC History Magazine is Britain’s bestselling history magazine. We cover all aspects of the past, and all periods and places, but with a focus on Britain’s story. Inside you’ll find leading historians giving an approachable take on the latest research, and new angles on subjects you thought you knew.