History graduates now make up almost one-sixth of the Commons, so Parliament looks to be better informed historically than it's ever been before. Keith Macdougall asks how far a strong sense of history does, and should, influence politicians' decision-making.
Fred Shaw MBE was the first diver to see Alderney's 1592 wreck.
A mixture of cricket, baseball and rounders - Mike Bushell tries stoolball, one of the country's oldest sports.
Archaeologists working at London's Old Royal Naval College have discovered remains of the palace where Henry VIII and his daughters Mary and Elizabeth were born. William Palin, the college's director of conservation, told PM presenter Carolyn Quinn that "a beautiful glazed tile floor with about 100 tiles, surrounded by a little wall" can be clearly seen. (Photo: A drawing of the Placentia Greenwich from 1560. Credit: Getty Images)