Charles Darwin is widely regarded as Britain's greatest scientist. A few dissenters accuse him of being a charlatan and fraudster. We investigate their evidence, then conduct a Darwin pilgrimage of the places he lived and worked.
Henry Bessemer is best known for creating the world's first mass production process for carbon steel. We investigate whether he came up with the concept himself, then tour some places that he lived and worked.
On the 150th anniversary of his birth, we investigate whether H G Wells was one of Britain's most momentous authors, then take a Wells tour around the country and a War of the Worlds! tour around Woking.
After a 40 year search, we believe that we have found the real battlefield some three miles northeast of the traditional location. Here we present how we worked it out and how experts might have been misled for nearly a thousand years.