Dr Elena Giusti, Assistant Professor in Latin Literature and Language, discusses the 2018 Women's Prize for Fiction, won by Kamila Shamsie for her novel Home Fire, a reworking of Sophocles' Greek tragedy.
Writing for BBC History Professor Kevin Butcher shares three myths found on Roman coins, two quite obscure and one a little more famous.
Assistant Professor of Classics and Ancient History Claire Rowan, expert in numismatics (the history of coinage) comments today on the introduction of the new pound coin.
Dr Michael Scott, Associate Professor in the Classics and Ancient History Department at the University of Warwick, as a part of his Invisible Cities series on BBC One, explores the romantic city of Florence with co-host Alexander Armstrong.
Ancient Greek thinker Archimedes is renowned for being an eccentric with his head stuck in the clouds, but he was so much more. His ingenious inventions helped wage warfare on the Roman empire, says Dr Michael Scott in BBC History magazine.