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In Living Memory

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-24 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 4/4: Chris Ledgard explores the curious political background to the building of the Humber Bridge.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-24 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 4/4: Chris Ledgard explores the curious political background to the building of the Humber Bridge.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-17 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: In the mid 1990s companies sprung up offering huge returns on ostrich farming. Why did so many apparently intelligent people fall for these scams?

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-17 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: In the mid 1990s companies sprung up offering huge returns on ostrich farming. Why did so many apparently intelligent people fall for these scams?

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-10 11:00:00
2/4: Jolyon Jenkins on the university sit-ins of 1970, when Liverpool's students flew the red flag from the Senate House and Keele's tried to levitate the vice-chancellor's house.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-10 10:00:00
2/4: Jolyon Jenkins on the university sit-ins of 1970, when Liverpool's students flew the red flag from the Senate House and Keele's tried to levitate the vice-chancellor's house.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-03 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Chris Ledgard on the first papal tour of Britain, a milestone for British Catholics but threatened with cancellation due to the Falklands crisis.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-08-03 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Chris Ledgard on the first papal tour of Britain, a milestone for British Catholics but threatened with cancellation due to the Falklands crisis.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-22 21:30:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Jolyon Jenkins investigates the Moorgate tube crash of February 1975, which remains the worst accident on the London Underground.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-22 20:30:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Jolyon Jenkins investigates the Moorgate tube crash of February 1975, which remains the worst accident on the London Underground.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-15 21:30:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: The story of the battle to extract Dorset's oil, after geologists discovered the biggest offshore oilfield in western Europe there in the 1970s.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-15 20:30:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: The story of the battle to extract Dorset's oil, after geologists discovered the biggest offshore oilfield in western Europe there in the 1970s.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-08 21:30:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: The story of T Dan Smith, leader of Newcastle city council who was jailed for corruption in 1974 but whose memory is cherished in the north east.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-08 20:30:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: The story of T Dan Smith, leader of Newcastle city council who was jailed for corruption in 1974 but whose memory is cherished in the north east.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-01 21:30:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Chris Ledgard hears the story of the Irish women who, in 1971, defied the law by bringing thousands of contraceptives into Ireland from Belfast.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-01 20:30:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Chris Ledgard hears the story of the Irish women who, in 1971, defied the law by bringing thousands of contraceptives into Ireland from Belfast.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-12-23 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 4/4: Chris Ledgard asks if the greater freedom to shop instituted in 1994 with the restoration of Sunday trading came at too high a price.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-12-16 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4. The Afghan Crisis: Jolyon Jenkins talks to the pilots, passengers and policemen involved in the UK's longest plane hijack, in February 2000.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-12-09 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: Chris Ledgard examines the work of iconic photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, and opens the book West Midlands Police wanted to burn.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-12-02 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Jolyon Jenkins investigates the Moorgate tube crash of February 1975, which remains the worst accident on the London Underground.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-05 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: How the controversy surrounding a children's picture book that showed two gay men bringing up a small girl led to the now infamous Section 28.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-08-05 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: How the controversy surrounding a children's picture book that showed two gay men bringing up a small girl led to the now infamous Section 28.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-07-29 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: The story of the battle to extract Dorset's oil, after geologists discovered the biggest offshore oilfield in western Europe there in the 1970s.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-07-29 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: The story of the battle to extract Dorset's oil, after geologists discovered the biggest offshore oilfield in western Europe there in the 1970s.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-07-22 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: The story of T Dan Smith, leader of Newcastle city council who was jailed for corruption in 1974 but whose memory is cherished in the north east.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-07-22 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: The story of T Dan Smith, leader of Newcastle city council who was jailed for corruption in 1974 but whose memory is cherished in the north east.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-07-15 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Chris Ledgard hears the story of the Irish women who, in 1971, defied the law by bringing thousands of contraceptives into Ireland from Belfast.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-07-15 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Chris Ledgard hears the story of the Irish women who, in 1971, defied the law by bringing thousands of contraceptives into Ireland from Belfast.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-11 14:30:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: The Little Red Schoolbook. Jolyon Jenkins recalls the 1971 book which advised children about sex, drugs and how to assert their rights at school.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-04-11 13:30:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: The Little Red Schoolbook. Jolyon Jenkins recalls the 1971 book which advised children about sex, drugs and how to assert their rights at school.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-01-11 23:02:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: Shoreham. Jolyon Jenkins tells the story of how the seaside town of Shoreham became convulsed in 1995 by animal welfare protests.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-01-04 23:02:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: The Little Red Schoolbook. Jolyon Jenkins recalls the 1971 book which advised children about sex, drugs and how to assert their rights at school.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-21 23:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: The Little Red Schoolbook. Jolyon Jenkins recalls the 1971 book which advised children about sex, drugs and how to assert their rights at school.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-17 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 4/4: Jolyon Jenkins examines the short-lived and much maligned Sinclair C5 three-wheeler and asks if it was really as laughable as its critics claimed.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-10 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: Chris Ledgard examines the controversy surrounding Carl Andre's 1976 sculpture Equivalent VIII, or the Tate Bricks as it came to be known.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-12-03 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: The New Volunteers. Chris Ledgard tells the story of the Voluntary Service Overseas organisation and its controversial founder Alec Dickson.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-11-26 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: Jolyon Jenkins investigates how, in the mid-1960s, Dutch Elm Disease started to sweep through England, leaving barely a single elm alive in the UK.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-07-09 11:00:00
Modern history series. 4/4: Legionnaire's Disease. Chris Ledgard meets the survivors and scientists who struggled to find the cause for the mystery illness that struck in July 1976.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-07-09 10:00:00
Modern history series. 4/4: Legionnaire's Disease. Chris Ledgard meets the survivors and scientists who struggled to find the cause for the mystery illness that struck in July 1976.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-07-02 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: Shoreham. Jolyon Jenkins tells the story of how the seaside town of Shoreham became convulsed in 1995 by animal welfare protests.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-07-02 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: Shoreham. Jolyon Jenkins tells the story of how the seaside town of Shoreham became convulsed in 1995 by animal welfare protests.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-06-18 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: The Little Red Schoolbook. Jolyon Jenkins recalls the 1971 book which advised children about sex, drugs and how to assert their rights at school.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-06-18 10:00:00
Contemporary history series. 1/4: The Little Red Schoolbook. Jolyon Jenkins recalls the 1971 book which advised children about sex, drugs and how to assert their rights at school.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-03-19 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 3/4: Ray Kershaw recalls the 1967 tragedy at Mossdale Caverns, when six young potholers met their deaths when the underground cave flooded.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2008-03-12 11:00:00
Contemporary history series. 2/4: Jolyon Jenkins recalls the Poll Tax demonstration of March 1990 which led to the worst rioting the UK had seen for over a hundred years.

> In Living Memory on BBC One at 2007-12-05 03:50:00
Documentary taking a look at the construction of an ambitious war memorial and telling some of the moving and heroic stories behind the 16,000 people remembered at the Armed Forces Memorial.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-06-21 11:00:00
Liz Carney presents the contemporary history series. 5/5. The Rise and Fall of John Stonehouse. In 1974, John Stonehouse left his clothes on a Miami beach and was feared drowned, but he resurfaced.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-06-21 10:00:00
Liz Carney presents the contemporary history series. 5/5. The Rise and Fall of John Stonehouse. In 1974, John Stonehouse left his clothes on a Miami beach and was feared drowned, but he resurfaced.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-06-14 11:00:00
Liz Carney presents the contemporary history series. 4/5. Skytrain. How the original low cost airline, Laker Airways, offered no-frills flying across the Atlantic.

> In Living Memory on BBC Radio 4 at 2006-06-14 10:00:00
Liz Carney presents the contemporary history series. 4/5. Skytrain. How the original low cost airline, Laker Airways, offered no-frills flying across the Atlantic.

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