Zorian Clayton of the Victoria and Albert Museum, shared some wonderful examples of early Valentine's Day cards from the 19th century.
Justine Dorn of Early American showed how dishes were washed in the early 19th century, when houses didn't have running water.
Max Miller of Tasting History prepared "bath buns", sweet rolls made with caraway that were popular in Jane Austen's London of the 19th century.
M.S. Rau presented a stunning hand-carved desk from the mid-19th century that features cleverly concealed secret hiding places within.
Mystery Scoop put together a compilation of 19th Century portraits that were digitally restored and brought to life using AI software.
Map Men amusingly explained the history of early cable laying in the late 19th century, which directly led the way to the modern internet.
Musician Abraham Cupeiro performed a beautiful instrumental upon a unique Cornu horn that was based upon those found in Pompeii.
Mystery Scoop explains how Saint Nicholas' enormous capacity for generosity, kindness, and compassion made him a worldwide holiday icon.
Monster expert Dr. Emily Zarka explains the historic 19th Century origins of the widely feared Yuletide creature Krampus.
Great Big Story celebrated Christmas 2023 with a humorous look at the history of how Santa Claus came to be.