A new exhibition in Southampton marks 220 years of Ordnance Survey and the mapping organisation's role in the city.
A rare artefact linked to Admiral Lord Nelson and Lady Emma Hamilton's famous love affair fetches £44,000 at auction.
A rare gallantry medal, posthumously awarded to a Dorset coastguard officer, is presented to the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth.
Seventy years on, Portsmouth remembers the devastating bombing raids which cost hundreds of lives.
January 2011 marks 50 years of regional television news broadcasting by the BBC in the south of England.
The last remaining air raid shelter at a historic military site is opened for the first time in 65 years.
Archaeologist Jules Hudson discovers hidden reminders of the Battle of Britain along the south coast
Looking back at 40 years of the BBC's local radio station for Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.
A new sculpture recognises the world of Thomas Ellis Owen, Victorian developer and architect who created Southsea
The quiet Beaulieu Estate in the New Forest was the base for a highly secretive 'spy school' during World War II.
Pens made of wood found on the wreck site of the Mary Rose are sold to raise funds for a new museum to house the Tudor warship.
Seventy years on, Blitz survivor Jim Brown relives Southampton's darkest hour.
Council proposals to cut paid staff posts at four Hampshire museums and staff them entirely by volunteers will be decided later.
A Japanese wartime internee relives her experiences on Armistice Day, the 65th anniversary of her return to Southampton.
A historic Wessex flag is flown on four flagpoles to mark the 1,111th anniversary of the death of King Alfred the Great.
Archaeologists uncover evidence of what may be Britain's earliest known hospital at a dig in Hampshire.
The contribution to Hampshire cricket made by black players is recognised at a special exhibition.
The 15th Century Tudor Merchants Hall in Southampton is renamed Westgate Hall following a £500,000 refurbishment.
The remarkable story of a Southampton-born ship's captain who was executed for ramming a German u-Boat during World War I.
November 2010 marks the 70th anniversary of the Blitz that devastated Southampton. As part of a series of features, we would like to hear memories and family stories of the time.
Work starts on a £36m museum for the Mary Rose ship at Portsmouth dockyard.
Memories of working as a masseur on the transatlantic liners from 91-year-old John Dempsey
Memories of the 17 years of sailings between Portsmouth and Spain on board the Pride of Bilbao.
Confusion about steering orders was responsible for the Titanic sinking, according to the relative of one of the ship's officers.
Military historian Howard Tuck travels along the south coast uncovering forgotten traces of one of the most terrifying planned invasions of Britain.
Southampton marks a century since Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel left the city for North America.
Four Hampshire museums could be staffed entirely by volunteers under council proposals to cut paid staff posts.
Fred Steels is one of only 13 children saved from the cruise ship SS City of Benares which was sunk by a German torpedo 70 years ago.
Margaret Frost was based at Hamble as part of the Air Transport Auxiliary. She spoke to the BBC TV blog about her part in the Battle of Britain.
A new heritage trail reveals the history surrounding the Solent coastline and underwater wrecks.
The Havenstreet steam railway on the Isle of Wight celebrates being named the UK's Best Heritage Project in the National Lottery Awards.
A newly-restored memorial marking the bravery of the engineers who died when the ill-fated RMS Titanic sank 98 years ago is to be unveiled in Southampton.
The attack on the Peewit convoy off the Isle of Wight marked an escalation in the Battle of Britain 70 years ago this summer.