BBC History magazine consists of topical features, often aligning with programming currently showing on BBC Radio and Television and written by academic historians, historical analysis of news events and comparison with similar previous events, reviews of new books and media and features into significant locations in history.
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Some Quick Facts About BBC History Magazine!Publisher: Immediate Media Company Limited
Issues per year: 13
First Issue Delivery: 8 to 12 Weeks. Click here for more info Publishing Frequency: Monthly
Auto-renewals: NO AUTO-RENEWALS when you order your subscription to BBC History with us.
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Q. Can I Renew My Subscription To BBC History Magazine?You can renew your subscription to BBC History online by selecting the number of years you would like to renew and select 'renew' option above. Enter the mailing address as it appears on your current issue of BBC History and your renewal will be added to your existing subscription. Please expect to see the new expiration date on your current cover of BBC History magazine within 8 to 12 Weeks of placing your order. Since we do not auto-renew, we recommend renewing at least 8-12 weeks before your subscription expires.
Q. When will my first issue of BBC History start?BBC History magazine is published 13 times a year; hence your first issue will start in approximately 8 to 12 Weeks. Why? This is because when we receive your order, it takes about a week for your subscription to be received and scheduled by the publisher. It will then be included with the publisher's next production cycle and shipped to you via standard mail.
Q. How can I change my address for BBC History magazine?Changing your address can be done easily online by first logging into your account. Then go 'My Active Subscriptions,' click on address change link next to your magazine and enter your new address. That’s it! If you did not order from us, please contact BBC History publisher by following the Magazine Subscriber Services link above for the 1-800 number or online support.
Q: How do I report a missed issue of BBC History?If you have missed any issue of BBC History, please let us know and we will extend your subscription by the number of issues missed and also find out if the post office is having any problems delivering your subscription. Note that BBC History magazine is published 13 times a year therefore a Monthly publication.
Q. Where can I find my expiration date for BBC History?The month and expiration date (month/year e.g. Dec18) of your BBC History subscription can be found on your magazine label above your name on the right.
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Q. In what format do digital subscriptions of BBC History come in?Full access to the digital version of BBC History magazine will be delivered via email within 4-6 weeks. You can view your digital issue via iPad, mobile device, desktop etc. just as you would with any web page. If available, the option to order a digital subscription is under ‘Options.’ Simply select 'Digital' and proceed to checkout.
Q. I renewed my BBC History subscription but received a renewal notice in the mail. Why is that?Renewal notices are automatically mailed out by the publisher 8 weeks or even 16 weeks before your BBC History subscription expires. The notices might also come from other companies soliciting subscriptions. Unfortunately we have no control of that. However, if you ordered from us, simply ignore the notices since you do not owe anything!
Q. I no longer want to renew my BBC History magazine. Why do I keep receiving bills?If you ordered your BBC History magazine from the publisher with the auto-renewals or 'bill me later' option, you might be obligated to pay the invoice as part of their preferred continuous service unless you cancel. To call BBC History and cancel or ask them to stop sending you invoices, please go to Magazine Subscriber Services for publisher customer service. If you ordered from us, simply ignore the reminders since we do not offer auto-renewals or mail out bills or invoices.
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Q. I received BBC History magazine and I really don’t like it. Can I replace it for another Magazine about History?Of course you can! We would like your experience with any magazines ordered from us to be enjoyable. Please contact us and include the magazine you would like as a replacement.
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