Ten years ago, a small group of women marched from Wales to Greenham
Common in Berkshire to protest about the siting of Cruise missiles in USAF bases in Britain. They hadn't much idea of what they'd do when they got there but, as it turned out, they stayed... for ten years. Greenham
Common has now become a symbol of feminist peace protest, but many men were also drawn into events - some in supporting roles, others in direct conflict. Jenni Mills looks at how the protest has changed the lives of individual women and men. Producer Kate McAII. Stereo
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Producer: Kate McAii.