The History Project is currently carrying out an historical research project of the likes Deal has never seen. A massive investigation into Deal's smuggling...
  Come on a trip to the city as we explore the history of Canterbury's mighty defensive walls. The first city walls were built by the Romans, probably between 270 and 280...
Bucephalus was the horse of Alexander the Great, and one of the most famous horses in history.  It was said that the wild horse could not be tamed.  In this video we...
  In 1998 Tony Benn made a speech that has been relevant to mankind throughout its whole history and even today. It's short, sweet and very very powerful. Help us make...
Join historian Sharon Powell on a journey into the past at one of The History Project’s community history nights at The Astor Theatre in Deal.  The tragic story of Mary...
 Young historian Frankie, (son of Pete) makes his video debut as he discovers what is V E Day.  Our fantastic sponsors help to keep the history project ship afloat,...
As part of our smuggling architecture investigation, looking for evidence of the smuggling trade, the team find themselves in the cellar of an old pub where they make a...
The team are once again looking for unusual features searching for smuggling architecture and exploring a discovery made under a garden, but could it be that allusive...
In this episode our youngest ever presenter, the super-talented Frankie, teaches us all about the biggest cake in recorded history.  So how many eggs do you think they...
    Nestled on the edge of Kent in between Sandwich and the Isle of Thanet is the magnificent Richborough Roman fort and amphitheater. An ancient monument that is a...