The second Sport in History Podcast brought to you by the British Society of Sport History in association with the Institute of Historical Research features a paper by Lisa Taylor of Manchester Metropolitan University.
V&P gets a maximum for being one of those rare restaurants that does apparently simple things flawlessly. Which isn't simple at all.
At about twenty quid a head with service I don't know why you'd go anywhere else for trad Italian in this neck of the woods.
The first Sport in History Podcast brought to you by the British Society of Sport History in association with the Institute of Historical Research includes a paper by Lydia Furse of De Montfort University. Lydia talked to us about the controversial history of the 1994 Women’s Rugby Union World Cup which was organised in a…
After much wrangling of computers it’s with great pleasure that I can share the first ever podcast produced by the British Society of Sports History. As readers of this blog will know I co-convene the BSSH Sport & Leisure History seminar hosted by the Institute of Historical Research. It’s our intention to open up the…
A welcome new Mexican in this part of town - the kind of place you could go to for a pit stop while waiting for a train, or for a massive all day blow-out with a bunch of mates while ruining yourself on mezcal.
The next BSSH sport and leisure history seminar at the IHR will be given by Jeremy Lonsdale who will be talking about the early history of Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Do come along for a stimulating discussion.
5.30pm Mon 11th March, Past & Present Room