In Canada, there is a long, sad history of abuse towards native people. Bruce Gulland and Megan Nollet look at this terrible history, and an attempt to bring healing. Can a country ever reconcile a difficult situation?
Mike Procter and Liz Waid tell about clockmaker John Harrison. He invented a way for ships to know their East-West position at sea.
Christy VanArragon and Bruce Gulland tell the history of one of the most important inventions in history - the bicycle!
What do we lose when lighthouse keepers leave? Do you think technology can do a better job guiding boats at night? Do we even need lighthouses anymore? Colin Lowther and Liz Waid look at how technology is replacing people in lighthouses.
Do you enjoy art? Do you enjoy trying to figure out what the painter is trying to say with his artwork? Colin Lowther and Katy Blake tell about William Blake and his interesting artwork.
How did modern money develop? What are the earliest kinds of money? Christy VanArragon and Katy Blake look at money.
Joshua Leo and Liz Waid visit the history of Chichen Itza. It was a Mayan city, located in southern Mexico. Why did people abandon this city, once full of life?
Adam Navis and Katy Blake look at how people throughout history have worn masks. These small pieces of cloth have been a part of culture for a long time.
Countries and organisations all around the world use flags. These flags communicate their identity. Bruce Gulland and Liz Waid look at the history of flags and their uses today.