Hugh Levinson goes back to the 1870s to find out why we ended up using that peculiar object called a qwerty keyboard. He also investigates the bitter academic debate which its form provokes.
Hugh Levinson investigates the historical accidents which helped petrol power to dominate our roads.
Hugh Levinson uncovers the dirty dealings being used by orthodox doctors to push homeopathy out of the mainstream and into the alternative fringes. At its peak, in the 1840s, homeopathy was considered scientific and safe, and was popular with both royalty and the poor.