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In the mid 19th century the Royal Society of Arts marked Byron's birthplace with a disc of porcelain. Since then hundreds of blue, brown and now green plaques honouring the great and the good have been unveiled. Eric Robson tours the residences of past notables to meet today's occupants. He is greeted by determination, an ancestral spider and a new commercialism which could place a plaque on all your houses.
Producer Mary Price
Contributors Unknown: Eric Robson