I thought I should point out the existence of a magazine which I haven't previously mentioned, namely History Today. It may be of interest to many of you, though I suppose you already know of its existence as it's been around since 1951! Anyway, the website is here, and news of the recently-released April issue is here.
The latest TNA podcast can be found here ('Heralds & Heraldry at TNA').
There's a competition for you to have a go at here.
And just a reminder of the offer from Ancestry of free census access for tomorrow - see here. I thought there may have been some more offers from the genealogical big-boys for 'census weekend', but it wasn't to be.
The usual weekly round-up of 'History Headlines' from the BBC can be found here.
ON THIS DAY
David Lloyd George, in 1945, aged 82;
Noel Coward, in 1973, aged 73.
1885: UK's first official legal cremation, in Woking;
1934: Driving tests introduced in the UK.