By Frances Childs.
Novelist Fanny Burney comments on Brighton society whilst staying with the recently widowed Mrs Thrale.
Read by Poppy Miller
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By John Peacock Beau Brummell, haunted by debt, attempts to re-acquaint himself with the recently Crowned King George IV.
Read by Phillip Voss.
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By Carole Hayman.
George Albert Smith, one of the pioneers of British Cinema, awaits his cast and crew on the first day of shooting a new film.
Read by David Collings
by Roy Apps.
How Rex Whistler passed the time as he waited in a Brighton House to be called to war.
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By Simon Fanshawe.
The life of the ARCHITECT who designed the controversial block of flats on Brighton's Regency seafront.
Read by Peter Marinker