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  • 1066 and all that - Mount
  • 15th century wills - Mount
  • 17th century men of science - Mount 
  • 200th anniversary of the Treaty of Paris - Mount
  • 2012 and all that: How the Maya calendar really works - Adler
  • 30 years of Bother on the Hover - A pilot's eye view of operating the world's largest Hovercraft out of Dover, focusing on the humorous events that occurred - Laverick-Smith
  • 40 years of speaking - Baldwin
  • 50 ways to tie a scarf - Kendall-Tobias
  • 50 more ways to tie a scarf - Kendall-Tobias
  • ADHD - McShane
  • All the rage: 1920s and 1930s - Ault
  • A look at crime in Victorian Kent - Allinson
  • Animal and military camouflage - Davies
  • A golden age of travel - 1869-1937 - Porter
  • A policeman's lot: Humorous anecdotes- -Rogers MBE 
  • A racing certainty (technical): How to get the most from your action shots, motor racing, aircraft, etc - Bareham
  • Asthma - McShane
  • Atmospheric railways of the Victorian era -  a novel alternative to the steam locomotive employed by Brunel - Theobald
  • A day in the life of a Toastmaster - Baldwin
  • A history of the Justices of the Peace - Wood
  • A kick up the sixties - Haines
  • A look at Britain's wildlife - Buckingham
  • A swipe a the seventies - The hilarious follow up to a kick up the sixties - Haines 
  • A trip through the pre Columbian Americas (illustrated with slides) - Adler
  • A young bargemaster's tale - The story of how I became one of the youngest bargemasters - Gransden
  • Adventures of beekeeping, The -  Honeyman
  • An appreciation of the beauty of stained glass - Baldwin
  • An A-Z of garden history: 26 aspects of garden history, one for each letter of the alphabet - Bowes
  • Animal camouflage - Davies
  • Animal myths: a look at some of the quite ridiculous explanations given for the fauna we know so well - Poulton-Smith
  • An evening with 'Navy', a survivor from Trafalgar - Allman
  • An inspirational story - How orangutans have helped me to overcome a life threatening illness - Bristo
  • An introduction to the keeping of honeybees - Honeyman
  • An introduction to flowers - Honeyman
  • An introduction to gardening - Honeyman
  • An introduction to social history - Honeyman
  • Ancient Egypt - Adler
  • Animal myths: a look at some of the quite ridiculous explanations given for the fauna we know so well - Poulton-Smith
  • Apothecary's Garden, The - Mount
  • Art of reading people, The - Taylor
  • Artists of the First World War - Heard
  • Asters - Aviolet
  • Aviation - Concorde, The Red Arrows, The Avro Vulcan, Stealth Aircraft - Bartlett
  • Aviation in the Medway area - Preston
  • Aztec and the Maya - Adler
  • Barry Scrapyard - Hills
  • Bedrooms, banquets and balls: The history of the English Country house - Vigar
  • Behind the scenes of television's golden years - Lower
  • Being a Magistrate - Wood
  • Beside the seaside -  photography of the sea and coastline - Bareham
  • Bevin Boys, The - Kneif
  • Birds of north and east Australia - Buckingham  
  • Bloody battlefields: War, gore or more - Stone
  • Bloody Mary Tudor's 500th birthday - Mount
  • Bloomsbury: Squares, writers and philanthropists - Porter
  • Bonzo dog doo dah band - A history - Haines
  • Branch Lines around the UK - Hills 
  • Brandy, baccy and 100 years of smuggling - Baldwin
  • Britain with Betjeman: English architecture as seen through the eyes of our Poet Laureate - Vigar
  • British warship propulsion - steam - diesel - gas turbine - electric - nuclear power. Development from inception to modern day. - Theobald
  • Broadly speaking - the reality of holidays afloat - Lower
  • Bruges - It's more than just chocolate  - Gibson-Barton
  • Brunel - famous acts and little known facts - achievements of the famous Victorian engineer, voted 2nd greatest Briton after Churchill - Theobald
  • Bulleid Pacific Locomotives - Hills
  • Buteyko breathing - McShane
  • Caged lady, The: 19th century - Ault
  • Call the midwife - Porter
  • Canterbury Cathedral - Clark, L
  • Canterbury City - Clark, L
  • Capable Mr Brown, The: The life and work of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown - Bowes
  • Casualty simulation - Wildridge
  • Chalk - Parish secrets revealed - Bull
  • Charities: from Piety to Big business - Clayton
  • Charles Darwin - his life and voyages and his 'Origin of Species' - Mount
  • Charlotte Bronte's 200th birthday (1816-2016) - Mount
  • Chatham Dockyard 1815-65 - MacDougall
  • Chatham Dockyard: the Rise and Fall and Rise again of a military-industrial complex - MacDougall
  • Chatham past - MacDougall  
  • Churches in retirement: The work of the Churches Conservation Trust and the Friends of the Friendless Churches - Vigar
  • Christmas in the Middle-ages - Mount
  • Citizenship talks to Key Stage 2 (KS2), KS3 and KS4 students - Wood
  • Cobham - Parish secrets revealed - Bull
  • Colour and fashion - Kendall-Tobias
  • Colours, The history of (including colours in nature, art and history) - Mount
  • Communicating and connecting with people - Taylor
  • Conjurer or magician - an introduction to the various disciplines of magic.  Includes practical demonstrations - nothing revealed - Theobald
  • Connoisseur or conman? George IV the Prince Regent and his legacy to the arts - Heard
  • Country Seat, The – great English stately homes of the Georgian period - Heard
  • Crossing the Medway for 2000 years: The story of Rochester Bridge - Gibson
  • Crossings of the lower Thames & Medway - Poole
  • Curious Ken: Follies and unusual stories from the Garden of England - Vigar
  • Curious London: Overlooked aspects of London history - Vigar
  • Current Heritage Tramways - Hills
  • Customers I have met during the course of my work and the stories they have to tell - Preston
  • Dartford - Dirty Dartford the town's wonderful history - Bull
  • Defending Thameside, from Romans to Soviets - Poole
  • Denton next Gravesend - Forgotten parish revealed - Bull
  • Dickens in Kent - Bull
  • Diesel Traction - Hills
  • Diamonds - A girls best friend - Kendall-Tobias
  • Dig for victory: Gardening and food production during the Second World War - Bowes
  • Discovering British birds - Buckingham
  • Divine Delphi: An Ancient Greek Oracle - Edmonds
  • Divine drinking: The Greek god Dionysos - Edmonds
  • Dolls' houses - Wildridge
  • Don’t annoy the Gods: Cassandra in Greek Myth Troy - Edmonds
  • Dr Richard Beeching - Hills
  • The Gods of lookdown - Tombs, temples and art in ancient Egypt - Stone
  • Eccentric Britain - Baldwin
  • EFT: Emotional freedom technique - McShane
  • Eastwards from Wrotham: A comparative topographical study - Vigar
  • Edith Cavell WW1 spy? (executed October 1915) - Mount
  • Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - First woman doctor - Porter
  • Empowered for business project management - John
  • Empowered for school - John
  • Empowered for 11+ exam - John 
  • Empowered for Prince 2 intro - John
  • Empowered for better interactions at work, school and home - John
  • Empowered for the workplace and career development - John
  • Enclaves - geographical, political, administrative and cultural pockets across the world - Beer
  • English Civil War, The 1642-1651 - Barham
  • ENSA or every night something awful - Taylor

  • Essential English Landscape, The - Constable and Turner and how they depicted our ‘traditional’ countryside - Heard
  • Every picture tells a story (general with humour) - Bareham
  • Farewell to Kent - Poor emigrants in 19th century who were assisted to America, Australia and New Zealand - Allinson

  • Fallen women - the treatment of women who stepped outside normal convention, how badly they and their children have been treated - Clayton
  • Favourite museums and galleries of Flanders - Gibson-Barton
  • Feminine touch at sea - from Cleopatra's fleet, female pirates, whores & lovers to WRNS and the modern fighting woman - Theobald
  • Fens by rail, steam and sail - Poole
  • Financial planning in retirement - savings, long term care, wills & intestacy, tax efficient planning, making the most of financial resources - Curtiss
  • First catch your asp - On the death of medieval and ancient kings - Stone
  • First Fort Amherst, The - Adler
  • From Aphra Behn to the angry young women - 400 years of women's playwriting - Hall
  • Finding a family (adoption): 20 years of searching - Farnham
  • Fingerprints and murder - Deans
  • Flora exotica - Buckingham
  • Flower power: The symbolism of flowers in art - Bowes
  • Flowers and chocolates demonstration - Cromarty
  • Flowers and scenery of Costa Rica - Buckingham
  • Flowers of South Africa - Buckingham
  • Flowers of south-east England - Buckingham
  • Flowers of south-west Australia - Buckingham
  • Flowers of the countryside - Buckingham
  • Flowers of the Pyrenees - Buckingham
  • Folk and fairytales - Wimsett
  • Folklore of Chalk parish - Bull
  • Food in Roman Britain - Mount
  • Food for thought - My career as a Home Economist -  Davy
  • For the high jump (story of capital punishment in Britain) - Mills
  • Four days at the nursery - Aviolet
  • From backstage to front of house - Short
  • From backstage to front of house - 2nd edition - Short
  • From failed O-level to number-one best-selling Amazon author - Allen
  • From grot to great - Gravesend library's transformation - Bull
  • Funny funerals, weird wills and eccentric epitaphs - Baldwin 
  • Gardens of impressionism, The: Impressionist painters and their gardens - Heard
  • Ghost in the looking glass, The: The story of the 19th-century seamstresses - Ault  
  • Ghosts - Kentish (North West Kent) - Bull
  • Gods are Alive, The: Greek Mythology in Modern Fiction - Edmonds
  • Going, going, gone - Baldwin
  • Good-bad-or ugly - 160 amusing years of public libraries in Kent - Bull
  • Gravesham - A look at its ancient parishes - Bull
  • Gravesend town - Gateway to the Thames - Bull
  • Gravesham - Some characters who made history - Bull
  • Gravesham's railways - Poole
  • Greenhithe to Greyhithe and back again - Greenhithe's story - Bull
  • Grim Gravesend: The mad, sad and bad of Gravesend (not illustrated) - Bull
  • Grinling Gibbons and the art of wood carving - Baldwin
  • Hardy geraniums - Aviolet
  • Hardy heroines: Antigone and Electra: Magnificent Monuments - Edmonds
  • Has religion had it's day? - Simons
  • Haunted London - Porter
  • Haunted Rochester - Arnold
  • Healthy grieving - Newton
  • Henry VIII and Magnificence: Early Tudor palaces and patronage of the arts - Heard
  • Heroes of the Crimea - Mount
  • History of the Blue Cross animal charity - Taylor D
  • History of the Royal Variety Performance, The - Caston
  • Historic Greenwich - Porter
  • History of colour - Mount
  • History of the Jewish Community in Medway - Fridman
  • Home and general security - Preston
  • Homeopathy - McShane
  • Hope building and Christian faith speaker - Okafor
  • Hospital radio - Norman
  • How I make a Victoria sponge cake - Aviolet
  • How our communities have changed over the years (look at how our communities have altered, sometimes for the better, other times not so) - Mills
  • 'How to be happy and make your friends happy too' - Talk, workshop and book - Godwin
  • How to enjoy your driving more - Mills
  • Humorous etymologies: we know what they mean today, but won't believe how some of these words began and in what context they were used - Poulton-Smith
  • Humour and literature - Wimsett
  • Humour as a business tool - Adams
  • I am a tulip, what are you? - Aviolet
  • I give talks on discovering your Purpose in life and uncovering a greater Vision for your future- Dickie
  • Impact of World War 1 on Women - Taylor D
  • Industrial archaeology and Kent - Preston
  • Industrial relations in the 21st century - Beer
  • Industrial revolution, The - Davies
  • Infamous East End murders 1811-1911 - Porter
  • In my Liverpool home - Wildridge
  • In the footsteps of....: An adventure in Peru - Shaw
  • Inspirational speaker - Okafor
  • International women playwrights and plays - Hall
  • Isaac Newton - Mount
  • Islam Means Peace - Simons
  • Jack's charity 2010 Badwater Ultra footrace across death Death Valley USA. A 135-mile race with temperatures of 120oF. Entered into the record books as the first 75-year-old to complete Badwater Ultra; the first 70-year-old in 2005 and the oldest ever in the world to compete the Death Valley race. Has competed Badwater Ultra since 1997. This is a short talk with 40 minutes of film footage. - Denness
  • Jack the Ripper - Porter
  • Kent Air Ambulance Trust - Wildridge
  • Kent - an unusual view: Three versions - Johnson
  • Kent Big Cat Research - Arnold
  • Kent churches: An in-depth study of 1,500 years of religious heritage - Vigar
  • Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust - Wildridge
  • Kent urban legends - Arnold
  • Kent villages (various talks) - Coe
  • Kentish village life in Victorian times - Allinson

  • Kenya, the rift valley and its wildlife - Desson
  • King John's siege of Rochester Castle and the Baron's War 1215 - Mount
  • Krays and gangsters - Porter
  • Lace and lace making: A history - Ault
  • Landscape photography - Infinity lectures 1, 2, 3 and 4 - Bareham
  • Landscape photography in England, Scotland, France and Switzerland - parts 1 & 2 - Bareham
  • Ley lines:  Examination of ancient trackways, how they were laid out and why - Poulton-Smith
  • League of Friends - Norman
  • Leave no stone unturned: The lives and burial places of the famous and infamous - Vigar
  • Leeds castle - Kneif
  • Libraries - Kentish public library history - with amusing history stories - Bull
  • Life and times of Edith Cavell - Gibson-Barton
  • Life in a Rookery in Dickensian London - Allman
  • Life inside (insight into prison life) - Mills
  • Life in the workhouse - 19th century Kent, harsh conditions and treatment of the poor - Allinson

  • Life upon the wicked stage - Lower
  • Livery companies and the city of London - Baldwin
  • Lola Montez, a 19th century adventuress - Kneif
  • Lord Cardigan, cad, womaniser, horseman, hero - Beer
  • Lost empires - the last days of music hall and variety - Lower
  • Local crafts - Preston
  • London and the Georgian Navy - MacDougall
  • London is stranger than fiction - Wildridge
  • London's river through artists' eyes - Farnham  
  • Longitude and Harrison's chronometer - Why was it needed? 40 years development of the true marine chronometer - Theobald
  • Mad musicians and crazy dancers - Haines
  • Mainline Steam - Hills
  • Magistrates and legal system talk to KS5 students - Wood
  • Magna Carta - A Barons story and what happened after - Waterfield
  • Magna Carta 1215-2015, 800year anniversary - Mount
  • Make up for the forever 40 womas - Kendall-Tobias
  • Making a good first impression - Taylor
  • Malting and Malthouses in Kent - Preston
  • Manuscripts, scribes and illuminators - Mount
  • May your photography blossom and bloom, alternative ways of photographing flowers, set in ice, hand coloured etc. Also blossom and bloom 2. Bareham
  • Medicinal plants - Davies
  • Medieval chantry college of Cobham, The - Gibson
  • Medieval food with recipes - Mount
  • Medieval Gravesend - Mount
  • Medieval merchants - Mount
  • Medieval plays and players in Kent - Gibson
  • Medieval housewives - Mount
  • Medieval merchants and men of trade - Mount
  • Mediterranean flowers - Buckingham
  • Medway cement industry- Preston
  • Medway League of Friends - Norman
  • Medway Queen paddle steamer - Ellen
  • Medway Queen preservation society - Ellen
  • Medway tales - from the dividing river - Lower
  • Medway Valley Line
  • Medway's Hulks, The (illustrated with slides) - Adler
  • Midland & Great Northern Railway - Poole
  • Modern British women playwrights - Hall
  • Monumental follies of Great Britain - Baldwin
  • Motivational speaker - Okafor
  • Mountain mentality - the speaker's attempt to climb high mountains on all seven continents. Laverick-Smith
  • Mrs Beeton's Summer Picnics (with recipes) - Mount
  • Mrs Beeton's Victorian Christmas (with recipes) - Mount
  • Murder or Mercy? – Euthanasia: the arguments - Simons
  • Murder, sex and mayhem in English churches - Vigar
  • My life as a comedy writer - Adams
  • Mysteries of Blue Bell Hill - Arnold
  • Mysteries of Medieval and Tudor medicine - Mount
  • Mystery animals of Kent - Arnold
  • Mystery animals of London - Arnold
  • Myths, magic and mistakes in medicine - Baldwin
  • Nelson's Mistress: The life and times of Lady Emma Hamilton - Heard
  • Nepal, Kathmandu and trekking to Mount Everest base camp - Desson
  • Neumunster, Germany - Town twinning with Gravesham - History of a German town - Bull
  • Northfleet - Town's secrets revealed - Bull
  • Not the normal paranormal: looks at ghostly reports covered by the author's writings and asks if there is a rational explanation - Poulton-Smith
  • Not tonight Josephine - the life and court of the Empress Josephine Bonaparte - Heard
  • Of molluscs and me - A true story of determination and entrepreneurship about setting up and running an edible snail farm in East Kent - Howard
  • Old East End, The - Porter
  • One crossing: two railways - Poole
  • One of the Dunkirk little ships - Ellen
  • Opera singing - Taylor
  • Orangutans in Borneo (all about) - Bristo
  • Orchids, the thrill of wild orchids - Buckingham
  • Ordnance survey ancient and modern: The history of ordnance survey and modern map and data centres - Brown  
  • Organ donation: Need, facts and figures, what we can do to help change things for the better - Newman 
  • Origins of place names: including towns and villages, hills and streams, even fields and roads - Poulton-Smith
  • Origins of pub names: their beginnings, design, meanings and misunderstandings - Poulton-Smith
  • Packing for the holiday - Kendall-Tobias
  • Palatial palaces: The Athenian Acropolis through the Ages - Edmonds
  • Paranormal Kent - Arnold
  • Parks and gardens of Flanders - Gibson-Barton
  • Peru and trekking the Inca trail - Desson
  • Pearls and princesses - Kendall-Tobias
  • Photographing moving subjects - motor racing, bikes, boats, aircraft and follow up lectures 2, 3, 4 and 5 - Bareham
  • Photography in monochrome - Bareham
  • Photo or art - when does an image stop being a photo and become art? - Bareham
  • Phrase and fable - Wimsett
  • Planning at mainline steam railtour and Locomotive Services fleet and Stateman Rail - Hills
  • Pocahontas - The non-Disney story - Bull
  • Poor and needy - why is poverty still with us in the UK, what has been done over the years to help the poor - Clayton
  • Post traumatic stress disorders - McShane
  • Pottery - A demonstration by a member of the Kent Potter's Association - Lake
  • Presentation - promotion - sales - influence - relationship building - QJ
  • Precious pots: Mythology on Greek vases - Edmonds
  • Preparing for War: Kent and the coming war against Hitler - MacDougall
  • Preserved lines and museum visits from 2010 - 2016 - Hills
  • Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and its influences - Taylor D
  • Pre-Raphaelites, The - Mount
  • Publishing on Kindle - Wimsett
  • Pullman Dining Trains - Hills
  • Racing to infinity - tips on getting the best from your moving subject images, mostly motor racing, but including bikes, boats and aircraft images. Bareham
  • Railway curiosities - Poole
  • Ration book Britain - how we lived in the 40s & 50s- Mount
  • Rationed fashion: Clothes of the 1940s - Ault
  • Reminiscences of an immigrant - Life in Soviet Russia 1970's to 1990 - Fridman
  • Restoration Rochester (featuring the Dutch raids on the Medway) - Mount
  • Richard the Third - A bloody Tyrant - Stone
  • Richard III - King of controversy - reburied in 2015 - Mount
  • Rites of passage: Clothes for birth, marriage and mourning - Ault
  • River Medway Part I: Source to East Farleigh - Johnson
  • River Medway Part II: Teston to Thames Estuary - Johnson
  • Rochester Airport - Preston
  • Rochester - A guided tour of historic - Mount
  • Romania - History and experiences - Bull
  • Romance of London's river, The (Southend to Sonning) - Farnham 
  • Royal Dockyards, The - a general history - MacDougall
  • Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm and Royal Fleet Auxiliary ships and squadrons - Their colourful badges, the history of over 1800 different designs (with colour slides) - Stopford
  • Sailing, a history - how it developed from conquest, exploration, trade, sport, and my own story. - Clayton
  • Sailing barges in their heyday: Kent area - Farnham
  • Salt routes: The original trade route, why it existed and why these routes are still in use today - Poulton-Smith
  • Say it with poison - The history of plants as part of the murderer's art - Bowes
  • Saxon era, The: A revealing look at the so-called Dark Ages, revealing why they were anything but 'dark' - Poulton-Smith
  • Science - Mount
  • Secret Chatham - MacDougall
  • Secrets of the Bayeux Tapestry, The: An English artistic masterpiece and the Norman spin on what happened in 1066 - Heard
  • Seeing or just looking? An alternative way of seeing and presenting images. - Barham
  • Settle and Carlisle - Hills
  • Sex and the city - everyday life in Medieval London - Mount
  • Shades and zephyrs: The history of fans and parasols - Ault
  • Shipwrecks - famous shipwrecks that have changed history - Clayton
  • Sir Walter Raleigh and Pocahontas's visit to England (1616-2016) - Mount
  • Shorne - Parish secrets revealed - Bull
  • Short Brothers - Preston
  • Singing technique - Taylor
  • South Africa wildlife: Cape to the Kalahari - Buckingham
  • Sparks, Kent's railway electrification system - Poole
  • Special Relationship - with  the US, Britain and Europe - Beer  
  • Stars in battledress - Joy
  • Stars in your sitting room - Joy
  • Starting your family tree - Wildridge
  • State surveillance: The history, 1930's to today - Beer
  • Stone near Dartford - The tale of the incredible shrinking parish - Bull
  • Sun King, The - Louis XIV of France, Versailles and the making of the definitive royal court - Heard
  • Supernatural superstitions - Wimsett
  • Suffragettes - Porter
  • Survival of the weediest: Ranscombe farm and it's wonderful wildflowers. An illustrated talk about one of the UK's most important wildflower reserves - Moyse
  • Sussex churches: A huge variety of ecclesiastical architecture in Downland Country - Vigar
  • Swale and Medway local calendars with poems (July-November) - Penfold
  • Swanscombe - Town's secrets revealed - Bull
  • Swansea Bay's tidal lagoon - the great tidal innovation for future power generation - Theobald
  • Talking butts: the many odd ideas, generally accepted as part of history, which have no basis in fact - Poulton-Smith
  • Ten and more famous Belgians - Gibson-Barton
  • Thames: From Dartford to Isle of Grain - Bull  
  • Theatre in Shakespeare's London - Porter  
  • The 1930s the golden age of Hollywood - Taylor
  • The Agincourt Archer - A C14 soldiers tale - Waterfield
  • The ancient garden: Gardens of Egypt, Greece and the Roman Empire - Bowes  
  • The Barrow Trust - A story of death - bed repentance, corruption by the rich and help for the poor stretching over 300 years - Allinson
  • The church's restoration: How our old churches were rebuilt in the nineteenth century - Vigar  
  • The Devil's garden: Horrible horticultural histories - Bowes
  • The extraordinary life of John Oliver - Beaumont
  • The fastener industry: An engineer's non-technical look at nuts, bolts, screws and washers - Poulton-Smith
  • The Grand Tour: The British aristocrat in eighteenth century Italy - Heard
  • The Great Four Locomotive Groups - Hills
  • The Hall Houses of Southfleet - Kneif
  • The history of the Kentish seaside resorts until the First World War - Kneif
  • The history of music hall - Joy
  • The Inexhaustible Mr Paxton: The life of the designer of The Great Exhibition - Bowes
  • The Italian influence on the gardens of Kent - Kneif
  • The Kilted Tommy - A WW1 soldiers tale - Waterfield
  • The King's Mercenary. Talks given about the the life and bloody times of Marcus Hawkeslade, Soldier of Fortune, Gentleman of the Blade and Captain of Horse in the King's army during the English Civil War 1642-1651. All talks are given in the character of Marcus Hakeslade, a mercenary Captain who fought in Europe during the Thirty Years War and upon the outbreak of civil war in England, joined the forces of King Charles. Talks are presented in full authentic battle gear - Barham
  • 'The laughing poet' - Light, romantic and humorous as the audience dictates - Godwin
  • The making of a style icon - Kendall-Tobias
  • The painted garden: The history of gardening as seen in works of fine art - Bowes
  • The real Downton Abbey - Porter
  • The road to Chelsea: Exhibiting at RHS Chelsea Flower Show - Shaw
  • The roaring twenties - Taylor
  • The sailing barge Edith May - Restoration, history and recent times - Gransden
  • The Weymouth Pilgrim - A Pilgrim at the time of the black death - Waterfield
  • Roman Army's Navy, the - Adler
  • Roman garden, The: A more in-depth look at gardens of the Roman Empire - Bowes
  • Thames, the: Woolwich to Westminster - Porter
  • Tilbury, its ferry and railways - Poole
  • Titanic, the - what happened after the ship sank - Porter
  • Undercover story, the: A look at the history of underclothes - Ault
  • The unusual 18th dynasty (Egypt) - Adler
  • Victoria Palace, London - The shows and its stars - Caston
  • Wildlife and estuaries of North Kent (Thames, Medway and Swale) - Jarrett 
  • They dared to be doctors - the fascinating story of the first Victorian ladies to succeed in a man's world - Mount
  • To infinity and beyond: How to improve your landscape shots - Bareham
  • Toll roads, tunnels and bridges - Beer
  • Toulouse Lautrec and Bohemian Paris - Heard
  • Truffle demonstration - Cromarty
  • Tudor and Stuart dining - Mount
  • Tut's tat - Egyptomania and western art - Stone
  • Uncovering the treasures of Bruges (the arts) - Gibson-Barton
  • Under billowing sails: The romance of tallships - Lower
  • Underground Britain - from factories to military to transport - Beer
  • Understanding the world - Examining cultural differences - Beer
  • Using your voice well for speaking - Taylor
  • Variety bandbox - Joy
  • Variety, the golden days - Caston
  • Victorian Doctors - Mount
  • Victorian London street life - Taylor D
  • Victorian Police force, The - Mount
  • Victorian writers - Charles Dickens and Conan-Doyle - Mount
  • Votes for women - the struggle for women's rights and the Suffrage movement - Mount
  • Wandering in Flanders Fields - Gibson-Barton
  • Wandering on the Somme - Gibson-Barton
  • Water - Aviolet
  • Watling Street: This famous 'Roman' road and why it is more than one road and was a road before the Romans were ever thought of - Poulton-Smith
  • Westminster and the West End - Porter
  • What to wear (and  not to wear) at a wedding - Kendall-Tobias
  • When nature calls: The toilet, the history of the privy - Poulton-Smith
  • Whitstable oyster smack 'Thistle' - History, restoration and recent times - Gransden
  • Why orang-utans are an endangered species - Bristo
  • Wicked Women: Clytemnestra and Medea - Edmonds
  • Wild flowers in the countryside in the UK and elsewhere - Buckingham
  • Wildlife through the seasons - Buckingham
  • Wildlife, natural history, birds: A list of 60 titles available - Buckingham
  • Wills, trusts, inheritance tax and lasting Powers of Attorney - Camrass
  • World War One - Kaiser's War -  WW1 from a German view - Bull
  • World War One in Swanscombe, Greenhithe, Greenhithe and Neumünster - Three places, two countries - Bull
  • Women and the home front in World War 1 - Porter
  • Women's employment in Victorian and Edwardian times - Porter
  • Women impressionist painters - lost’ modern mistresses - Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, and Eva Gonzales - Heard
  • Women's ministry in the church: The two-thousand year wait - Bennett 
  • Women wartime workers in the munitions industry - Kneif
  • Wonderful things - The treasures of Tutankhamun - Stone
  • Woodland birds - Buckingham
  • Working in Medway 100 years ago - Preston
  • Wrinkles don't matter - Kendall-Tobias
  • WW1 ordinary soldier and his equipment - Short
  • Yalding floods, Scouts and canoeing - Camrass
  • You are a Philosopher – A gentle look at Philosophy - Simons
  • Young Dickens and his London - Porter
  • Your Own, Your Very Own - the Barnards of Chatham, local and national music hall entrepreneurs. - Fridman