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Genome: [r4 Bd=19900217]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Producers: John Knight.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900224]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Nancy Astor

Unknown: Lesley Abdela

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Producers: John Knight.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900303]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Roger Protz

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900310]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Talks: Frank Gillard

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900317]

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Mike Stone

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900324]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Marguerite Patten

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900331]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Talks: Viv Beeby

Unknown: Paul Boiler

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900407]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Anne Boleyn

Unknown: Henry Viii

Unknown: Retha Warnicke

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Producers: John Knight.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900414]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Kathryn Swaby

Unknown: Andrew Ferris

Unknown: Keith Wrightson

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900421]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900710]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900717]

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900724]

Unknown: Paul Webster

Unknown: Peter Padfield

Unknown: Heinrich Himmler

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Producer: John Knignt

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900731]

Unknown: Andrew Rutherford

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900807]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19900814]

Talks: John Miller

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Producers: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900821]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Martand Singh

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Brodsworth Hall

Producers: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900828]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: John Vincent

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Producers: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900904]

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Miller

Producers: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900911]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Designed By: Sir Edwin Lutyens

Producers: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901113]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producers: Kate Whitehead

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901120]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19901127]

Producers: Kate Whitehead

Producers: Felicity Goodall

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901204]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19901211]

Leader: George Lansbury

Talks: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Bob Holman

Unknown: Michael Foot

Unknown: Aneurin Bevan

Producers: Kate Whitehead

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901218]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910226]

The last time

British and American forces went to war together was in 1950 in the Korean War. Barry Cunliffe talks to General

Sir Anthony Farrar Hockley about the diplomatic and military build-up to that conflict, and John Miller discusses the history of the United Nations organisation with Sir Brian Urquhart , a former Undersecretary General at the UN.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Talks: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Sir Anthony Farrar

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Sir Brian Urquhart

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910226]

Talks: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Sir Anthony Farrar

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Sir Brian Urquhart

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910227]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910305]

Queen Victoria died 90 years ago, but in many respects the legacy of her reign is still with us. Barry Cunliffe takes a look at the Victorian Age above and below stairs.

Elizabeth Longford explains Victoria's attitude to politics and her elected ministers, while

Sean Street discovers what life was like for those in domestic service.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Elizabeth Longford

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910305]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Elizabeth Longford

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910306]

Barry Cunliffe takes a look at the Victorian Age above and below stairs.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910306]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910312]

with Barry Cunliffe. Why have the last 25 years of African development proved so disappointing - not least to the people of Africa themselves?

In conversation with John Miller , Laurence Cockcroft puts Africa's present plight into its historical context.

And Brian Gear browses through the letters of Private William Penrose who fought in the Boer

War - letters never before published, which vividly capture the feelings of a young soldier at war in a strange land.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Laurence Cockcroft

Unknown: Brian Gear

Unknown: William Penrose

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910312]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Laurence Cockcroft

Unknown: Brian Gear

Unknown: William Penrose

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910313]

The present plight of Africa in its historical context; and the letters of a Boer War soldier.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910320]

When the Allies landed on the beaches of Normandy in 1944, BBC correspondents, along with their colleagues from around the world, took their microphones to the front line of battle for the first time. Among them was Frank Gillard , who tells Barry Cunliffe how the information war was fought. And Annette Kobak recalls

William Howard Russell , whose controversial dispatches from the Crimean War led to the downfall of a government.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Gillard

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Annette Kobak

Unknown: William Howard Russell

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910320]

Unknown: Frank Gillard

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Annette Kobak

Unknown: William Howard Russell

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910326]

This week Barry Cunliffe hears a story of high politics and low cunning, as David Starkey tells how the rivals in power faced one another in the struggle for control of the family firm that was

Tudor England. And in contrast,

Christopher Cook discovers the ways in which performers are attempting to bring back to life the music of the Middle Ages.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: David Starkey

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910326]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: David Starkey

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910327]

The power struggle in Tudor England; and the revival of the music of the Middle Ages.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910402]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Ernie Bevin described it as 'a lifeline to sinking men' and Clement Attlee believed it saved Western Europe from communism. The Rt Hon Denis Healey , MP, tells John Miller about the Marshall Plan, which gave 18 billion dollars of American aid to war-torn Europe. And Dominic Lieven recalls

Lenin's New Economic

Plan for the Soviet Union, designed to appease growing peasant unrest with Communist Party policies 70 years ago. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Ernie Bevin

Unknown: Clement Attlee

Unknown: Denis Healey

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Dominic Lieven

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910402]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Ernie Bevin

Unknown: Clement Attlee

Unknown: Denis Healey

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Dominic Lieven

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910403]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910409]

with Barry Cunliffe.

At the Royal Geographical Society recently, a group of the world's leading mountaineers presented a celebration of the climbing history of Mount Everest. Graham Hoyland was in the audience. Three years before

Hillary and Tensing stood on the summit of Everest for the first time, the People's Liberation Army of China invaded Tibet

John Snelling talks to Dr Michael van Walt - adviser on International

Law to the Dalai Lama - about the historical validity of China's claim to Tibet.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Graham Hoyland

Talks:. John Snelling

Unknown: Michael van Walt

Unknown: Dalai Lama

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910409]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Graham Hoyland

Talks:. John Snelling

Unknown: Michael van Walt

Unknown: Dalai Lama

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910410]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910416]

Barry Cunliffe looks back to the American Civil

War, which began in April 1861 and in which

750,000 soldiers were killed. One passionately involved observer of what is often regarded as the first of the modern wars was the poet

Walt Whitman , who worked as a nurse and visitor in the hospitals of Washington and on the battlefield. Compiled from his wartime journals, letters and poems, this programme evokes

America in her agony. With Denis Quilley as Walt Whitman.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Walt Whitman

Unknown: Denis Quilley

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910416]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Walt Whitman

Unknown: Denis Quilley

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910417]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910423]

The last ten years has seen the growth of the heritage industry, which has changed attitudes towards the interpretation of the past. Barry Cunliffe talks to Tim Schadla-Hall who is deeply concerned by current trends. And Sean Street visits New

Lanark, which has survived almost unchanged from the Industrial Revolution and is where Robert Owen developed his imaginative approach to community life. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Talks: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Tim Schadla-Hall

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Robert Owen

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910423]

Talks: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Tim Schadla-Hall

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Robert Owen

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910424]

Current trends in the heritage industry, and a visit to New Lanark, almost unchanged since the Industrial Revolution.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910430]

with Barry Cunliffe.

For 300 years the sailors of Dorset battled their way across the Atlantic to fish on the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. And when times were hard, agricultural labourers from the county emigrated taking their music and culture with them. Before an invited audience in the historic

Guildhall Museum in Poole, the Yetties, along with Sean Street , tell of the town's long association with Newfoundland.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910430]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910501]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910702]

The return of the series presented by Barry Cunliffe. Fifty years ago Nazi Germany attacked Soviet Russia. So began what Lord Bullock describes as 'the longest and most intensive and brutal conflict between two nations in history.' He discusses the parallel lives of the greatest tyrants of the 20th century - Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin. Also, Christopher Cviic focuses on the current political turmoil in Yugoslavia, deeply rooted in history, and tells John Miller why the country seems to be falling apart. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Presented By: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Soviet Russia.

Unknown: Adolf Hitler

Unknown: Josef Stalin.

Unknown: Christopher Cviic

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910702]

Presented By: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Soviet Russia.

Unknown: Adolf Hitler

Unknown: Josef Stalin.

Unknown: Christopher Cviic

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910703]

The return of the series presented by Barry Cunliffe.

Contributors

Presented By: Barry Cunliffe.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910703]

Presented By: Barry Cunliffe.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910709]

with Barry Cunliffe. 'You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs' was Walter Duranty 's memorable excuse for the crimes against humanity committed by Josef Stalin. Dr Sally Taylor tells

Christopher Cook about the Pulitzer Prize winner whose front-page articles in the New York Times earned him the nickname of 'Stalin's Apologist'. And Lord Bullock concludes his assessment of the parallel lives of Stalin and Hitler.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Walter Duranty

Unknown: Josef Stalin.

Unknown: Dr Sally Taylor

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910709]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Walter Duranty

Unknown: Josef Stalin.

Unknown: Dr Sally Taylor

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910710]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Dr Sally Taylor talks to Christopher Cook about Walter Duranty , the Pulitzer Prize winner whose front-page articles in the New York Times earned him the nickname of 'Stalin's apologist'. And Lord Bullock concludes his assessment of the parallel lives of Stalin and Hitler.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Talks: Dr Sally Taylor

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Walter Duranty

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910710]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Talks: Dr Sally Taylor

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Walter Duranty

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910716]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Crime figures published recently showed the highest percentage rise since records began. In the light of these statistics and current debate on how the police might be funded, Sean Street talks to Carolyn Steedman about the formation of provincial police forces in the 19th century.

And Brian Gear browses through the Newgate Calendar, which chronicled the careers and fates of some of 18th-century Britain's most notorious criminals.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Talks: Sean Street

Unknown: Carolyn Steedman

Unknown: Brian Gear

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910716]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Talks: Sean Street

Unknown: Carolyn Steedman

Unknown: Brian Gear

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910717]

with Barry Cunliffe. The formation of provincial police forces in the 19th century; and a browse through the Newgate Calendar, which chronicled some of 18th-century Britain's most notorious criminals.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910717]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910723]

The fierce resentment of the Poll Tax and disagreement over its successor have highlighted the ways in which local authorities are financed. Asa Briggs tells Barry Cunliffe about society's attitudes to taxation since the Middle Ages. And Simon Rae reflects on the poet as social historian. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Asa Briggs

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Simon Rae

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910723]

Unknown: Asa Briggs

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Simon Rae

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910724]

The fierce resentment of the Poll Tax and disagreement over its successor have highlighted the ways in which local authorities are financed. Asa Briggs tells Barry Cunliffe about society's attitudes to taxation since the Middle Ages. And

Simon Rae reflects on the poet as social historian.

Contributors

Unknown: Asa Briggs

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Simon Rae

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910724]

Unknown: Asa Briggs

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Simon Rae

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910730]

with Barry Cunliffe.

For his services in the First World War, Field

Marshal Sir Douglas Haig was raised to the peerage, honoured with the Order of Merit and given

E100,000 by a grateful nation. But now a different story is emerging. Denis Winter tells Christopher Lee why he believes Haig's rise owed everything to powerful patrons, little to professional expertise and nothing to battlefield performance. And

Sean Street discovers what life was like for women working in factories during the 'war to end all wars'.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sir Douglas Haig

Unknown: Denis Winter

Unknown: Christopher Lee

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910730]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sir Douglas Haig

Unknown: Denis Winter

Unknown: Christopher Lee

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910731]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910806]

with Barry Cunliffe.

One of the effects of the recent Gulf War was to pit Arab against Arab in a confrontation that led many commentators to believe the old ideal of the Arab nation to be dead.

John Miller asks Peter Mansfield whether the concept of an Arab nation is a myth or historical reality. And as Barcelona prepares for the Olympic Games next year Felipe Fernandez Armesto looks back at the city's colourful past.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Peter Mansfield

Unknown: Felipe Fernandez Armesto

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910806]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Peter Mansfield

Unknown: Felipe Fernandez Armesto

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910807]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910813]

As our towns and cities struggle with ever increasing traffic congestion, Graham Hoyland looks back to an age when the motorcar was a rich man's custom-built extravagance. During a visit to the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, he talks to

Michael Weare about the early days of motoring. And Barry Cunliffe discovers that there was a more sinister side to Dad's Army. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Hoyland

Unknown: Michael Weare

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910813]

Unknown: Graham Hoyland

Unknown: Michael Weare

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910814]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910820]

with Barry Cunliffe. The Transport and General Workers' Union recently announced the appointment of the movement's first black leader. David Dabydean tells Robert Rowlands about some 18th-century slaves who arrived in Britain in chains but went on to become pillars of society, leading the fight for the abolition of slavery. And Schula

Marks recalls the history of the Zulus, whose Chief Buthelezi is at odds with the ANC.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Leader: David Dabydean

Unknown: Robert Rowlands

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910820]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Leader: David Dabydean

Unknown: Robert Rowlands

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910821]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910827]

Presented by Barry Cunliffe.

The Nobel Peace Prize

Gallery was opened in the Museum for Peace at

Caen in northern France earlier this year. Peter van den Dungen tells

Shireen Shah about other museums for peace and discusses the need for one in Britain. And Sean Street travels to the Welsh Folk Museum where he visits a row of miners' cottages which reflects the changing pattern of life in a mining community during the last 200 years. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Presented By: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Peter van Den

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910827]

Presented By: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Peter van Den

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910828]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910903]

Barry Cunliffe presents the last in the series.

Ever since 1483, when Richard III created Sir

John Howard first Duke of Norfolk and Earl Marshal of England, the 'Norfolk Connection' has been at the centre of British history. Before an invited audience in the library of Arundel Castle,

John Miller - in the company of Richard Pasco, Barbara Leigh-Hunt and Paul Moriarty - tells the remarkable story of the Fitzalan Howard family. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Richard Iii

Unknown: John Howard First Duke

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Barbara Leigh-Hunt

Unknown: Paul Moriarty

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910903]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Richard Iii

Unknown: John Howard First Duke

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Barbara Leigh-Hunt

Unknown: Paul Moriarty

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19910904]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911102]

The return of the series. In recent years banks, building societies and high-street stores have been only too eager to provide credit.

Now, there's evidence that many traders are refusing credit cards. Hugh Barty -King tells Sean Street about some of history's famous debtors, and Barry Cunliffe visits the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street whose pockets were first picked by Pitt almost 200 years ago.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Barty

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Threadneedle Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911102]

Unknown: Hugh Barty

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Threadneedle Street

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911105]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911109]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Television has brought politicians into all our homes. John Major and Neil Kinnock are as familiar to us as our next-door neighbours. Christopher Cook has been listening to Sir MaxBeerbohm's reminiscences of the elder statesmen of his youth in the 1880s. Half a century earlier, painter Benjamin Haydon had pestered Peel and Wellington to give financial support to the arts. Derek Parker browses through Haydon's diaries. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Major

Unknown: Neil Kinnock

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Benjamin Haydon

Unknown: Derek Parker

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911109]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: John Major

Unknown: Neil Kinnock

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Benjamin Haydon

Unknown: Derek Parker

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911112]

Television has brought politicians into all our homes, but in the 19th century it was very different. Barry Cunliffe looks back to a time when they were remote, almost mythical creatures.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911112]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911116]

The recession is causing a destruction of the nation's heritage, claimed English Heritage in their annual report. Barry Cunliffe asks how historic buildings can be conserved with the limited funds available. And Edward Rutherford tells Brian Gear how, while researchingfor a novel about Russia's past, he came to understand more about the country's present. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Edward Rutherford

Unknown: Brian Gear

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911116]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Edward Rutherford

Unknown: Brian Gear

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911119]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911123]

with Barry Cunliffe. The depopulation of communities frequently means that a valuable source of social history is lost. Sean Street travels to the Welsh Folk Museum where a row of miners' cottages has been re-erected to show the changing pattern of life in a mining community during the last 200 years. And Sonia Beesley discovers some of the secrets of the Public

Records Office which houses documents ranging from the Domesday Book to the official file on Jack the Ripper. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sonia Beesley

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911123]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sonia Beesley

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911126]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911130]

The Nobel Peace Prize

Gallery was opened in the Museum for Peace at Caen in northern France earlier this year. Peter van den

Dungen tells Shireen Shah about other museums for peace and discusses the need for one in Britain.

Dresden's Lord Mayor has appealed to the British to scrap plans to erect a statue in London to Sir

Arthur "Bomber" Harris, who planned the destruction of the German city.

John Miller examines the continuing controversy over Britain's bombing policy in the Second World War.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Shireen Shah

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911130]

Unknown: Shireen Shah

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911203]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911207]

As politicians argue over the future of the National

Health Service,

Barry Cunliffe looks back to its beginning and discovers that it has always been controversial.

And Douglas Porch tells John Miller about the realities of the French

Foreign Legion, a military corps surrounded by romance, legend and mystery.

Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Douglas Porch

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911207]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Douglas Porch

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911210]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19911214]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Most people celebrate

Christmas in a "traditional" way: but where does the tradition come from?

Scan Street and the City Waites recall Christmas in the Middle Ages, from a medieval tithe barn in the Dorset village ofHintonStMary.

Producer John Knight. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Producer: John Knight.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911214]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Producer: John Knight.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19911217]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920215]

Another series of the programme that links past and present. George VI "passed peacefully away in his sleep" 40 years ago. Princess Elizabeth was told of her father's death while she was at the royal hunting lodge near Kyeri in Kenya. The newspapers heralded "a new Elizabethan Age", but they would have done well to have consulted their history books. David Starkey recalls the troubled days of the first

Elizabeth, and Sean Street remembers the events of the first year of the reign of Elizabeth II.

Presenter Barry Cunliffe. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920215]

Unknown: David Starkey

Unknown: Sean Street

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920218]

Barry Cunliffe presents another series of the programme that links past and present.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920218]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920222]

with Barry Cunliffe.

In 191 7 Josef Stalin , then Commissar of Nationalities, argued that if the Ukraine attempted to break away from the Union it would lead to "fratricidal bloodshed of the peoples". Recently, Mikhail Gorbachev expressed similar fears.

Harold Shukman tells John Miller about the tragic past of the newly independent state which accounts for a fifth of Russia's agricultural and industrial production. And, as investigations into the troubled Maxwell empire continue,

Christopher Cook recalls Horatio Bottomley - MP, newspaper tycoon and "wheeler-dealer".

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920222]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Josef Stalin

Unknown: Mikhail Gorbachev

Unknown: Harold Shukman

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920225]

with Barry Cunliffe.

In 1917 Josef Stalin , then Commissar of Nationalities, argued that if the Ukraine attempted to break away from the Union it would lead to "fratricidal bloodshed of the peoples". Recently,

Mikhail Gorbachev expressed similar fears.

Harold Shukman tells John Miller about the tragic past of the newly independent state. And Christopher Cook recalls Horatio Bottomley - MP, newspaper tycoon and wheeler-dealer.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920225]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Josef Stalin

Unknown: Mikhail Gorbachev

Unknown: Harold Shukman

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920229]

In the light of the recent spate of sectarian murders in Northern Ireland, Barry Cunliffe talks to Roy Foster , Professor of Irish History at Oxford University, about the changing face of the Irish Republican Army since the 19th century.

And, as complaints from customers of British

Telecom continue to rise, Brian Gear examines the impact of the telephone and how people's attitudes to it have altered.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920229]

Talks: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: Roy Foster

Unknown: Brian Gear

Producer: John Knight

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The recent spate of sectarian murders in Northern Ireland has shocked everyone. In the light of this continued violence, Barry Cuncliffe talks to Roy Foster ,

Professor of Irish History at Oxford University, about the changing face of the Irish Republican Army since the 19th century. And, as complaints from customers of British

Telecom continue to rise, Brian Gear examines the impact of the telephone and how people's attitudes to it have altered.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920303]

Talks: Barry Cuncliffe

Unknown: Roy Foster

Unknown: Brian Gear

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with Barry Cunliffe.

Traditionally, standing armies in Britain have been viewed with disgust: a preference for amateur and temporary soldiers has heightened the importance of the auxiliary forces. Following the announcement of further defence cuts, Ian Beckett tells John Miller about the thinking behind army reforms earlier this year. And Juliet Gardiner recalls the "friendly invasion" of Britain by American GIs.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Ian Beckett

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Juliet Gardiner

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920310]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Traditionally, standing armies in Britain have been viewed with disgust and a preference for amateur and temporary soldiers has heightened the importance of the auxiliary forces. Following the announcement of further defence cuts,

Ian Beckett tells

John Miller about the thinking behind army reforms earlier this year. Plus Juliet Gardiner recalls the "friendly invasion" of Britain by American GIs. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920310]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920314]

Plans to restore London's Lyceum Theatre prompted Sean Street to visit the BBC Sound Archives in search of those who recalled seeing that great Victorian theatrical partnership of Henry Irving and Ellen Terry. And as Communism disintegrates in Europe, the South African

Communist Party looks to the African National

Congress for support.

Schula Marks tells Barry Cunliffe about its history. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920314]

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Henry Irving

Unknown: Ellen Terry.

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920317]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920321]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Jonathan Clark , Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, talks to John Miller about the historical differences in the perception of sovereignty between the British and the rest of the European Community. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920321]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Jonathan Clark

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920324]

with Barry Cunliffe.

"I believe sovereignty is not some predefined absolute, but a flexible, adaptable, organic notion that evolves and adjusts with circumstances - Sovereignty constitutes a resource to be used rather than a constraint that inhibits or limits our capacity for action."

(Sir Geoffrey Howe , 1990) Jonathan Clark , Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, talks to John Miller about the historical differences in the perception of sovereignty between the British and the rest of the European Community.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920324]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sir Geoffrey Howe

Unknown: Jonathan Clark

Unknown: John Miller

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920328]

with Barry Cunliffe.

Owing to the changing needs in children's education, a school in the Dorset town of Sherbome will close this summer, 352 years after its foundation. Sean Street visits Foster's School and discovers how its history highlights the national reforms in education since those days in 1640 when it provided for "ten poor boys and ten poor girls".

And Sonia Beesley talks to John Kennedy Melling about the Guilds and Liveries of London in a week when they welcome a new member to their ranks.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920328]

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sean Street

Talks: Sonia Beesley

Unknown: John Kennedy Melling

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920331]

Presenter Barry Cunliffe. Owing to the changing needs in children's education, a school in the Dorset town of Sherborne will close this summer, 352 years after its foundation. Sean Street visits Foster's School and discovers how its history highlights the national reforms in education since 1640. And Sonia Beesley talks to John Kennedy Melling about the Guilds and Liveries of London in a week when they welcome a new member.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920331]

Presenter: Barry Cunliffe.

Unknown: Sean Street

Talks: Sonia Beesley

Unknown: John Kennedy Melling

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920404]

The last in the current series that links past and present.

As the country prepares for a General Election in a few days' time, Laurence Goldman , Fellow of St Peter's College, Oxford, tells Barry Cunliffe about the Great Reform Bill of 1832 and the long struggle for the right to vote in Britain.

And John Miller recalls Gladstone's famous

Midlothian campaign later in the century.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Laurence Goldman

Unknown: Barry Cunliffe

Unknown: John Miller

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920407]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

Christopher Cook presents a new series of the programme that links past and present. On Independence Day, the subject is the USA's struggle to define its own identity. Stephen Fender discovers the letters and journals of early immigrants;

Stephen Ambrose discusses the President whose

"American Dream" ended in disgrace; and Laurence Bergreen recalls the composer whose music evokes the spirit of 20th century America. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920704]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Stephen Fender

Unknown: Stephen Ambrose

Unknown: Laurence Bergreen

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920708]

The letters and journals of early immigrants to

America; the President whose "American dream" ended in disgrace; and the composer whose music evokes the spirit of 20th century America.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

with Christopher Cook.

As Chris Patten takes over as the last British

Governor of Hong Kong, Philip Ziegler recalls Lord Mountbatten who, as the last Viceroy of India, presided over the transfer of power 45 years ago. Plus: in 1816 Lord

Amherst set out for China on a delicate mission. A series of letters he wrote to his wife reveal the difficulties he experienced in negotiating with the Chinese.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920711]

Unknown: Christopher Cook.

Unknown: Chris Patten

Unknown: Philip Ziegler

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920715]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920718]

with Christopher Cook.

As athletes prepare for the Olympic Games in Barcelona, James Riordan recalls an attempt by the city to stage an alternative to Hitler's "Nazi Olympics" in Berlin in 1936. Tourists have been converging on Seville for

Expo '92. Paul Greenhalgh tells Tony Staveacre about those other "ephemeral vistas" which began with the 1851Great Exhibition.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920718]

Unknown: Christopher Cook.

Unknown: James Riordan

Unknown: Paul Greenhalgh

Unknown: Tony Staveacre

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920722]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920725]

with Christopher Cook.

As John Major begins his presidency of the Council of the EC and diplomats continue their discussions on the Maastricht Treaty, John Miller looks back to the Congress of Vienna in 1814, which has been described as the birth of modem Europe. John Roberts , Warden of Merton College, Oxford, considers A J P Taylor's The Struggle for Mastery in Europe, and Richard Langhorne discusses

Europe since Yalta and Potsdam.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920725]

Unknown: Christopher Cook.

Unknown: John Major

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: John Roberts

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920729]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920801]

Christopher Cook and Sean Street look back to the days when for most people holidays abroad were unheard of. Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Producer: John Knight

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with Christopher Cook.

As the world tries to help the Yugoslavs in their agony, John Miller examines their obsession with the troubled history of the region.

And Kenneth Hudson discusses the ways in which history is displayed in South Africa's museums.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Christopher Cook.

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Kenneth Hudson

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920812]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920815]

with Christopher Cook. With the Prime Minister promising to reveal the names of senior officials in the intelligence services, Alan Haynes tells Brian Gear about the secret services in the days of Elizabeth I. Plus , Alexander Stille recalls the tragic case of the Ovazza family and the dilemma facing Jews in Mussolini's Italy. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920815]

Unknown: Christopher Cook.

Unknown: Alan Haynes

Unknown: Brian Gear

Unknown: Elizabeth I. Plus

Unknown: Alexander Stille

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920819]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

The last programme in the series. Christopher Cook looks back to two wars involving Iraq: could they have been avoided? Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920822]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920826]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19921107]

Two hundred years ago, a simple ceremony was held in a field in Washington to lay the foundation stone of 1600 Pennsylvania

Avenue. Following the American presidential elections Christopher Cook visits the White House to tell its colourful story. From Mount Vernon , George Washington's home on the Potomac, he recalls the first president, and in Virginia he remembers

Thomas Jefferson , who played a formative role in early American politics. Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Mount Vernon

Unknown: Thomas Jefferson

Producer: John Knight

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At this time of remembrance for victims of war, Christopher Cook recalls the origins of the Cenotaph in Whitehall, remembers Bertrand Russell whose protests against war led to his imprisonment, and discusses the League of Nations - founded to prevent war.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Bertrand Russell

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921118]

Christopher Cook recalls the origins of the Cenotaph, remembers

Bertrand Russell , and discusses the League of Nations.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921118]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Bertrand Russell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921121]

Recent revelations in the tabloids about the Royal Family have led many people to call for curbs on press freedom. Christopher Cook uncovers some of the unflattering stories about royalty down the ages, and recalls the circulation wars of the 20s and 30s. Producer John Knight

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19921125]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19921128]

The recent financial crisis and Britain's withdrawal from the Exchange Rate Mechanism prompt

Christopher Cook to look back to a phase of European monetary union 1,200 years ago. George Robb discusses "white-collar" crime a century ago, and Sean Street recalls earlier attempts to set up a state lottery. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921128]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: George Robb

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921205]

As the European heads of state prepare to meet in Edinburgh,

Christopher Cook travels to the Scottish capital to recall George IV's controversial visit in 1822, discusses the Act of Union between England and Scotland, and remembers the architect Robert Adam , whose work adorns the city. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921205]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Robert Adam

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921209]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19921212]

Government records documenting the end of the British Empire are gradually becoming available to historians. Christopher Cook investigates a major new project which is revealing fascinating aspects of the Imperial Sunset.

John Miller examines the turbulent history of Cyprus, and Robert Rowland reports on the land that England lost. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921212]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Robert Rowland

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921216]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19921219]

Christopher Cook and Sean Street celebrate the 100th edition of Age to Age. For the last programme in this series they turn the clock back to 1892. don white tie and tails and set off for an evening at the theatre followed by a champagne supper.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921219]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19921223]

Christopher Cook and Sean Street celebrate the 100th edition of Age to Age. For the last programme in this series they turn the clock back to 1892, don white tie and tails and set off for an evening at the theatre followed by a champagne supper.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921223]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930213]

The trial of Florence Maybrick in 1889 was a sensational affair. What took place in the courtroom of St George's Hall in Liverpool helped to secure rights for the accused that we take for granted today. In this Age to Age special, starting a new series, Christopher Cook and David Foster recall the case of Florence Maybrick , which was responsible for the setting up of the Court of Criminal Appeal. With Gayle Hunnicut as Florence Maybrick. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930213]

Unknown: Florence Maybrick

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: David Foster

Unknown: Gayle Hunnicut

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930217]

The trial of Florence Maybrick in 1889 was a sensational affair. The beautiful widow was alleged to have poisoned her husband James with arsenic. What took place in the courtroom of St

George's Hall in Liverpool helped to secure rights for the accused that we take for granted today. In this Age to Age special,

Christopher Cook and David Foster recall the case of Florence Maybrick , which was responsible for the setting up of the Court of Criminal Appeal.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930217]

Unknown: Florence Maybrick

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: David Foster

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930220]

Christopher Cook reflects on American/Soviet relations since the Revolution. As the conflict in the Balkans threatens to spread into Macedonia,

John Miller examines the region's history, and Nicola Barranger looks back to 1956 when refugees from the Hungarian uprising came to Britain. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930220]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Nicola Barranger

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930224]

Christopher Cook reflects on American/Soviet relations, John Miller examines the history of Macedonia, and Nicola Barranger looks back to 1956 when refugees from the Hungarian uprising came to Britain.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930224]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Nicola Barranger

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930227]

The Queen called 1992 her "annus horribilis", and the new year began with more revelations in the troubled story of the Royal Family. Christopher Cook looks back to the Coronation 40 years ago, considers how its subjects have perceived the monarchy down the ages, and discusses the relationship between church and state. Producer John Knight

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19930303]

The Queen called her "annus horribilis". Christopher Cook looks back to the Coronation which, 40 years ago, seemed to herald a new dawn; considers how its subjects have perceived the monarchy down the ages; and discusses the relationship between church and state.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930303]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930306]

"Georges Clemenceau was France," wrote Winston Churchill.

Christopher Cook examines the life and times of the man who inherited the ideals of the French Revolution, experienced the Commune of 1871 and led his country through a war that destroyed three empires and changed the map of the world - a man who inspired a 20th-century French president. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930306]

Unknown: Georges Clemenceau

Unknown: Winston Churchill.

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930310]

Christopher Cook examines the life and times of Georges Clemenceau , the French statesman who, to Churchill, "was France".

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930310]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Georges Clemenceau

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930313]

Following the government's controversial proposals for the care of the mentally ill, Christopher Cook charts the history of a 19th-century private asylum; as the scourge of Aids shows little sign of abating, he looks back to other sexually transmitted diseases 100 years ago; and, a smoker himself, he traces the progress of tobacco from "food of the spirits" to acknowledged health hazard.

Producer John Knight

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19930317]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930320]

Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Budget statement to Parliament, Christopher Cook examines our attitudes to taxation since the Middle

Ages; as sections of British Rail are prepared for privatisation, Sean Street fondly recalls the "golden" age of steam; and Brian Gear pedals back into history to discover another cycling mania, years before the mountain bike. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930320]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Brian Gear

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930324]

Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer's annual Budget statement to

Parliament,

Christopher Cook examines attitudes to taxation since the Middle

Ages; as sections of British Rail are prepared for privatisation, Sean Street fondly recalls the "golden" age of steam; and Brian Gear pedals back into history to discover another cycling mania, years before the mountain bike.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930324]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Brian Gear

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930327]

With unemployment in Britain now running at over 3 million, Christopher Cook looks back to the plight of the rural poor in the last century.

Sean Street recalls our attitudes to the poor down the ages, and John Miller remembers

Angela Burdett-Coutts , the great Victorian philanthropist and friend to the needy. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930327]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: John Miller

Unknown: Angela Burdett-Coutts

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930331]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930403]

As the government discusses the practicality of replacing the May Day Bank Holiday with a "Trafalgar Day" in October, Christopher Cook and Sean Street , in the last programme of the series, visit one of the Navy's most famous ships. Aboard

HMS Victory, they discover what life was like for the sailors in a ship of the line and exactly how competent the legendary

Admiral Nelson really was. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930403]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930407]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930703]

As British miners struggle to preserve their industry,

Christopher Cook visits the North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish in County Durham, where he explores what Peter Lewis , Beamish's Director, describes as 'the pitmatic society" of 80 years ago.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930703]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Peter Lewis

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930707]

As British miners struggle to preserve their industry in the face of the government's determination to close pits, Christopher Cook visits the North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish in County Durham. Beamish vividly displays every aspect of a mining community in the North East in the years immediately before the First World War. Here, he explores what Peter Lewis , Beamish's Director, describes as "the pitmatic society" of 80 years ago.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930707]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Peter Lewis

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930710]

As Boris Yeltsin struggles for political survival, Christopher Cook recalls the government of Alexander Kerensky in 1917 and compares the two men. Also, a case of mistaken identity which led to a diplomatic row between Britain and Russia in 1904, and the Kremlin through the eyes of western observers. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930710]

Unknown: Boris Yeltsin

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Alexander Kerensky

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930714]

As Boris Yeltsin struggles for political survival, Christopher Cook recalls the provisional government of Alexander Kerensky in 1917 and compares the two men.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930714]

Unknown: Boris Yeltsin

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Alexander Kerensky

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930717]

As Lord Chalfont and the Independent Radio Authority examine the applications for commercial radio franchises in London, Christopher Cook imagines how radio 40 years ago might have sounded with commercial breaks. He comes face to face with the man who laid the foundations of broadcasting in Britain, and considers the changing nature of the political interview. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930717]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930721]

Christopher Cook imagines how radio 40 years ago might have sounded with commercial breaks.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930721]
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Christopher Cook examines Irish politics 70 years ago. He talks to Roy Foster , Professor of Irish History at Oxford University, about the writing of the Irish Constitution and recalls Sir Edward Carson , whose politics did so much to shape the Protestant north.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930724]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Roy Foster

Unknown: Sir Edward Carson

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930728]

Christopher Cook examines Irish politics of 70 years ago.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930728]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930731]

As teachers challenge the government's plans for education, Christopher Cook recalls Matthew Arnold , looks back to the beginnings of formal education in Britain, and remembers R A Butler.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930731]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Matthew Arnold

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930804]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930807]

Following the controversy over private donations to Conservative party funds, Christopher Cook recalls the rows nearly 80 years ago when Lloyd George was accused of selling honours. And, in the wake of the outcry over President Clinton's proposals to permit homosexuals in the US armed forces, a look at the 'Newport Scandal" of 1919. Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930807]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Lloyd George

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930811]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19930814]

As Italians come to terms with the unwelcome revelations that a number of leading politicians in the country have had links with the Mafia, Christopher Cook looks back to the origins of the Christian Democratic Party, recalls Mussolini's "March on Rome" and remembers Garibaldi, the great 19th-century Italian patriot.

Producer John Knight

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Christopher Cook looks back into Italy's recent history.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930818]
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Christopher Cook and Sean Street presentthe last programme in the series from Montacute House in Somerset, for three centuries the home of the Phelips family, then redecorated by Lord Curzon and his mistress, the romantic novelist Elinor Glyn , and now in the keeping of the National Trust.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930821]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Elinor Glyn

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19930825]

from Montacute House.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931106]

Following the recent signing in Washington of an accord between Israel and the PLO, unnstopner Cook recalls the troubled history of Palestine this century; the British mandate following the First World War, the Balfour Declaration, the founding of the State of Israel in 1948 and the ensuing conflicts with her Arab neighbours

Producer John Knight

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As civil war in the former Yugoslavia shows no sign of ending, Christopher Cook discovers the harrowing diary of a young woman caught up in the American Civil War and examines the dispatches of the correspondents in that terrible conflict. And he reassesses the role of the Vietnam Day Committee in halting a war in our own century, one that most Americans believed could never be won. Producer John Knight

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As Government plans for commuters continue to provoke controversy, Christopher Cook discovers that even the Romans suffered traffic jams and that the fabled private railway companies of the 19th century didn't always run their trains on time. And Sean Street recalls the days when the postman was more afraid of highwaymen than dogs.

Producer John Knight

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Christopher Cook discovers that even the Romans suffered traffic jams.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931124]
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Following the assault on the Russian Parliament by the army, ChristopherCook recalls the dismissal of the Dumas by Nicholas II in 1906 and the installation of his reactionary prime minister, Pyotr Stolypin. He examines Russian agriculture earlierthis century and discusses Lenin's New Economic Policyforthe Soviet Union, designed to appease growing peasant unrest with Communist Party policies.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Pyotr Stolypin.

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931201]

Following the assault on the Russian Parliament by the army, Christopher Cook recalls the dismissal of the Dumas by Nicholas II in 1906 and the installation of his reactionary prime minister, Pyotr Stolypin.

Producer John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931201]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Pyotr Stolypin.

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931204]

Following the recent Papal Encyclical, Christopher Cook recalls long-forgotten directives from the Holy Father to his bishops, conjures up the memory of the only English pope to preside over the Vatican, and remembers Julius II, a spiritual leader never happierthan when leading his armies into battle. Producer John Knight

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Following the recent Papal Encyclical, Christopher Cook recalls long-forgotten directives from the Holy Father to his bishops, conjures up the memory of the only English Pope and remembers Julius II.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931208]

Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Julius Ii.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931211]

As the Government turns its attention to the question of law and order, Christopher Cook discovers that Henry II was concerned about what he saw as a "crime wave". He investigates the origins of the British jury system, considers penal reform over the last two centuries and remembers J Edgar Hoover.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Edgar Hoover.

Producer: John Knight

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931215]

As the Government turns its attention to the question of law and order, Christopher Cook discovers that Henry II was concerned about what he saw as a "crime wave".

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931215]
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In the last of the series, as families book tickets for what is often their annual visit to the theatre, Christopher Cook and Sean Street hear the history of the pantomime dame; recall the legendary Ellen Terry and Henry Irving , and remember the ingenues waiting in the wings.

Producer John Knight

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Unknown: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Sean Street

Unknown: Ellen Terry

Unknown: Henry Irving

Producer: John Knight

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As families book tickets for what is often their annual visit to the pantomime, Christopher Cook and Sean Street take their seats to hear the history of the pantomime dame.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19931222]
Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 1 (long Version)19900221

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 2 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 1 (SHORT VERSION)

Broadcast history

21 Feb 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-02-15.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 1 (short Version)19900217

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 1 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: 28 December 1989

Broadcast history

17 Feb 1990 16:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-02-15.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 1, India19900710

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 2, CALCUTTA

Previous in series: PROG 10 (LONG VERSION)

Other programmes in PROG 1

INDIA

TEACHING HISTORY

KOREAN WAR AND UN HISTORY

BULLOCK ON HITLER AND STALIN

PALESTINE (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

10 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

11 Jul 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-05.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 1, India19900711

First broadcast on 1990-07-10

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 2, CALCUTTA

Previous in series: PROG 10 (LONG VERSION)

Other programmes in PROG 1

INDIA

TEACHING HISTORY

KOREAN WAR AND UN HISTORY

BULLOCK ON HITLER AND STALIN

PALESTINE (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

10 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

11 Jul 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-05.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 1, Teaching History19901113

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 2, EAST ANGLIAN FENS

Previous in series: PROG 10, DELHI

Other programmes in PROG 1

INDIA

TEACHING HISTORY

KOREAN WAR AND UN HISTORY

BULLOCK ON HITLER AND STALIN

PALESTINE (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

13 Nov 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

14 Nov 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 1, Teaching History19901114

First broadcast on 1990-11-13

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 2, EAST ANGLIAN FENS

Previous in series: PROG 10, DELHI

Other programmes in PROG 1

INDIA

TEACHING HISTORY

KOREAN WAR AND UN HISTORY

BULLOCK ON HITLER AND STALIN

PALESTINE (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

13 Nov 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

14 Nov 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-09.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 10 (long Version)19900425

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 1, INDIA

Previous in series: PROG 10 (SHORT VERSION)

Broadcast history

25 Apr 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-04-19.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 10 (short Version)19900421

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 10 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 9 (LONG VERSION) WEDDING CUSTOMS

Description

Archaeology prog pres by Barry CUNLIFFE. Sir Mortimer Wheeler once remarked

Subject Categories

archaeology programmes (genre)

archaeology

Broadcast history

21 Apr 1990 16:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barry Cunliffe

John Knight (Producer)

Felicity Goodall (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-04-19.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 10, Delhi19900911

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 1, TEACHING HISTORY

Previous in series: PROG 9, HONG KONG AND CALCUTTA

Other programmes in PROG 10

DELHI

DORSET & NEWFOUNDLAND

ARUNDEL

Broadcast history

11 Sep 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-09-07.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 2 (long Version)19900228

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 3 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 1 (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

28 Feb 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-02-22.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 2, Calcutta19900717

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 3, WAR CRIMES

Previous in series: PROG 1, INDIA

Other programmes in PROG 2

CALCUTTA

EAST ANGLIAN FENS

VICTORIAN AGE

Broadcast history

17 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-12.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 2, East Anglian Fens19901120

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 3, NATIONAL IDENTITY

Previous in series: PROG 1, TEACHING HISTORY

Other programmes in PROG 2

CALCUTTA

EAST ANGLIAN FENS

VICTORIAN AGE

Broadcast history

20 Nov 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

21 Nov 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-16.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 2, East Anglian Fens19901121

First broadcast on 1990-11-20

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 3, NATIONAL IDENTITY

Previous in series: PROG 1, TEACHING HISTORY

Other programmes in PROG 2

CALCUTTA

EAST ANGLIAN FENS

VICTORIAN AGE

Broadcast history

20 Nov 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

21 Nov 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-16.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 3 (long Version)19900307

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 4 (SHORT VERSION) LORD BRIGGS

Previous in series: PROG 2 (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

07 Mar 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-01.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 3, National Identity19901127

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 4, ROOTS

Previous in series: PROG 2, EAST ANGLIAN FENS

Other programmes in PROG 3

WAR CRIMES

NATIONAL IDENTITY

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT

Broadcast history

27 Nov 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-23.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 3, War Crimes19900724

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 4, PRISONS

Previous in series: PROG 2, CALCUTTA

Other programmes in PROG 3

WAR CRIMES

NATIONAL IDENTITY

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT

Broadcast history

24 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

25 Jul 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-20.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 3, War Crimes19900725

First broadcast on 1990-07-24

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 4, PRISONS

Previous in series: PROG 2, CALCUTTA

Other programmes in PROG 3

WAR CRIMES

NATIONAL IDENTITY

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT

Broadcast history

24 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

25 Jul 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-20.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 4 (long Version ) Lord Briggs19900314

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 5 (SHORT VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 4 (SHORT VERSION) LORD BRIGGS

Broadcast history

14 Mar 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-08.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 4 (short Version) Lord Briggs19900310

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 4 (LONG VERSION ) LORD BRIGGS

Previous in series: PROG 3 (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

10 Mar 1990 16:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-08.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 4, Prisons19900731

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 5, WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

Previous in series: PROG 3, WAR CRIMES

Other programmes in PROG 4

PRISONS

ROOTS

WAR DISPATCHES

Broadcast history

31 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

01 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-26.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 4, Prisons19900801

First broadcast on 1990-07-31

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 5, WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

Previous in series: PROG 3, WAR CRIMES

Other programmes in PROG 4

PRISONS

ROOTS

WAR DISPATCHES

Broadcast history

31 Jul 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

01 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-07-26.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 4, Roots19901204

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 5, GEORGE LANSBURY

Previous in series: PROG 3, NATIONAL IDENTITY

Other programmes in PROG 4

PRISONS

ROOTS

WAR DISPATCHES

Broadcast history

04 Dec 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

05 Dec 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-30.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 4, Roots19901205

First broadcast on 1990-12-04

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 5, GEORGE LANSBURY

Previous in series: PROG 3, NATIONAL IDENTITY

Other programmes in PROG 4

PRISONS

ROOTS

WAR DISPATCHES

Broadcast history

04 Dec 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

05 Dec 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-11-30.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 5 (long Version)19900321

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 6 (SHORT VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 5 (SHORT VERSION)

Broadcast history

21 Mar 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-15.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 5 (short Version)19900317

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 5 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 4 (LONG VERSION ) LORD BRIGGS

Description

Archaeology prog pres by Barry CUNLIFFE. Industrial archaeologist Mike STONE

Subject Categories

archaeology programmes (genre)

archaeology

engineering (applied sciences)

london underground origins

Broadcast history

17 Mar 1990 16:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barry Cunliffe

John Knight (Producer)

Felicity Goodall (Producer)

Mike Stone (Speaker)

Recorded on 1990-03-15.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 5, George Lansbury19901211

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 6, COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

Previous in series: PROG 4, ROOTS

Other programmes in PROG 5

WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

GEORGE LANSBURY

Broadcast history

11 Dec 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

12 Dec 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-12-07.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 5, George Lansbury19901212

First broadcast on 1990-12-11

Producer: WHITEHEAD, K

Next in series: PROG 6, COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

Previous in series: PROG 4, ROOTS

Other programmes in PROG 5

WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

GEORGE LANSBURY

Broadcast history

11 Dec 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

12 Dec 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-12-07.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 5, Women's Emancipation19900807

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 6, LEBANON

Previous in series: PROG 4, PRISONS

Other programmes in PROG 5

WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

GEORGE LANSBURY

Description

Barry CUNLIFFE looks at the struggle of Bengali women for emancipation in Calcutta and the lives and education of working-class women in 19th century England. Producer John KNIGHT.

Subject Categories

calcutta (india)

documentaries (programme format)

history programmes (genre)

women

working classes

education

women's liberation (sociology)

Broadcast history

07 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

08 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barry Cunliffe

John Knight (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-08-02.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 5, Women's Emancipation19900808

First broadcast on 1990-08-07

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 6, LEBANON

Previous in series: PROG 4, PRISONS

Other programmes in PROG 5

WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

GEORGE LANSBURY

Description

Barry CUNLIFFE looks at the struggle of Bengali women for emancipation in Calcutta and the lives and education of working-class women in 19th century England. Producer John KNIGHT.

Subject Categories

calcutta (india)

documentaries (programme format)

history programmes (genre)

women

working classes

education

women's liberation (sociology)

Broadcast history

07 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

08 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barry Cunliffe

John Knight (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-08-02.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 6 (long Version)19900328

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 7 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 6 (SHORT VERSION)

Broadcast history

28 Mar 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-22.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 6 (short Version)19900324

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 6 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 5 (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

24 Mar 1990 16:02-16:30 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-22.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 6, Cooperative Movement & Christmas Cards19901218

PROG 6, COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

Producer: GOODAL, F

Next in series: PROG 1, KOREAN WAR AND UN HISTORY

Previous in series: PROG 5, GEORGE LANSBURY

Other programmes in PROG 6

LEBANON

COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

MARSHALL PLAN

Description

Barry CUNLIFFE looks at one of the earliest concumer bodies, now a major retailer, the Co-Operative movement and traces the history of another 19th century invention, the Christmas card.

Subject Categories

history programmes (genre)

co operative consumer societies (shops)

christmas

greetings cards

Broadcast history

18 Dec 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

19 Dec 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barry Cunliffe

Felicity Goodall (Producer)

Kate Whitehead (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-12-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 6, Cooperative Movement & Christmas Cards19901219

PROG 6, COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

First broadcast on 1990-12-18

Producer: GOODAL, F

Next in series: PROG 1, KOREAN WAR AND UN HISTORY

Previous in series: PROG 5, GEORGE LANSBURY

Other programmes in PROG 6

LEBANON

COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

MARSHALL PLAN

Description

Barry CUNLIFFE looks at one of the earliest concumer bodies, now a major retailer, the Co-Operative movement and traces the history of another 19th century invention, the Christmas card.

Subject Categories

history programmes (genre)

co operative consumer societies (shops)

christmas

greetings cards

Broadcast history

18 Dec 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

19 Dec 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Barry Cunliffe

Felicity Goodall (Producer)

Kate Whitehead (Producer)

Recorded on 1990-12-13.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 6, Lebanon19900814

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 7, CONSERVATION

Previous in series: PROG 5, WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

Other programmes in PROG 6

LEBANON

COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

MARSHALL PLAN

Broadcast history

14 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

15 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 6, Lebanon19900815

First broadcast on 1990-08-14

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 7, CONSERVATION

Previous in series: PROG 5, WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION

Other programmes in PROG 6

LEBANON

COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT & CHRISTMAS CARDS

MARSHALL PLAN

Broadcast history

14 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

15 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-10.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 7 (long Version)19900404

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 8 (LONG VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 6 (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

04 Apr 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-03-29.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 7, Conservation19900821

Producer: KNIGHT, J/GOODALL, F

Next in series: PROG 8, DISRAELI

Previous in series: PROG 6, LEBANON

Other programmes in PROG 7

CONSERVATION

MOUNT EVEREST

A MEDIEVAL CHRISTMAS

Broadcast history

21 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

22 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-17.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 7, Conservation19900822

First broadcast on 1990-08-21

Producer: KNIGHT, J/GOODALL, F

Next in series: PROG 8, DISRAELI

Previous in series: PROG 6, LEBANON

Other programmes in PROG 7

CONSERVATION

MOUNT EVEREST

A MEDIEVAL CHRISTMAS

Broadcast history

21 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

22 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-17.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 8 (long Version)19900411

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 9 (LONG VERSION) WEDDING CUSTOMS

Previous in series: PROG 7 (LONG VERSION)

Broadcast history

11 Apr 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-04-04.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 8, Disraeli19900828

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 9, HONG KONG AND CALCUTTA

Previous in series: PROG 7, CONSERVATION

Other programmes in PROG 8

DISRAELI

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

Broadcast history

28 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

29 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 8, Disraeli19900829

First broadcast on 1990-08-28

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 9, HONG KONG AND CALCUTTA

Previous in series: PROG 7, CONSERVATION

Other programmes in PROG 8

DISRAELI

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR

Broadcast history

28 Aug 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

29 Aug 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-24.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 9 (long Version) Wedding Customs19900418

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 10 (SHORT VERSION)

Previous in series: PROG 8 (LONG VERSION)

Description

This week you're invited to join the relatives and friends of Kathryn SWABY &

Subject Categories

documentaries (programme format)

weddings (family life)

Broadcast history

18 Apr 1990 20:15-20:45 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

John Knight (Producer)

Felicity Goodall (Producer)

Barry Cunliffe (Speaker)

Keith Wrightson (Speaker)

Kathryn Swaby (Speaker)

Andrew Ferris (Speaker)

Recorded on 1990-04-11.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 9, Hong Kong And Calcutta19900904

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 10, DELHI

Previous in series: PROG 8, DISRAELI

Other programmes in PROG 9

HONG KONG AND CALCUTTA

HERITAGE INDUSTRY

Broadcast history

04 Sep 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

05 Sep 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-31.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Prog 9, Hong Kong And Calcutta19900905

First broadcast on 1990-09-04

Producer: KNIGHT, J

Next in series: PROG 10, DELHI

Previous in series: PROG 8, DISRAELI

Other programmes in PROG 9

HONG KONG AND CALCUTTA

HERITAGE INDUSTRY

Broadcast history

04 Sep 1990 16:05-16:30 (RADIO 4)

05 Sep 1990 19:20-19:45 (RADIO 4)

Recorded on 1990-08-31.