Margaret Thatcher: From MP to PM :
Mrs Thatcher's journey from Finchley to Downing Street
17 programmes, 7 documents
Birth of the National Health Service :
The early history of the NHS
19 programmes, 12 documents
Big Ben :
Celebrating the world-famous clock tower
10 programmes, 1 gallery
Remembering election nights with the pollster's favourite pendulum
9 programmes, 1 gallery
The Gay Rights Movement :
The campaign for sexual equality
Report from Britain : Sir Alan P Herbert
Recollections of the wit and wisdom of Winston Churchill.
News : Cuba and the Labour Party
The Labour Party leader speaks to BBC News about the missile crisis.
Man Alive : Packing Up and Moving Out
Two mining families make the decision to move from Northumberland to Nottingham.
Air Chief Marshal Hugh C Dowding
Commander-in-Chief Hugh Dowding talks about the Battle of Britain.
Personality And Power
A retrospective of 'the greatest Briton of the 20th Century'.
Argument : Women's Rights: Radical Change
The political divide within feminism.
Churchill, The Man I Knew
A portrait of Sir Winston by his contemporaries.
Down You Go, Down Below
A history of the South Wales mining industry.
Recollections of conscription in the coal industry during World War II.
Panorama : Is The Coal Face Crumbling?
The miners' strike continues with both sides predicting victory.
Minutes from a Programmes in Wartime Committee Meeting
What will the BBC's role be during war?
Burgess and 'The Week in Westminster'
Alarm is expressed at Burgess' profligate use of BBC funds for entertaining MPs.
Letter from the Foreign Office to the BBC about Burgess
His country needs him: Burgess is required for essential war work.
Resignation memo from Burgess
Guy Burgess plans to leave the BBC to join the Foreign Office.
Memo about Burgess' library books
The BBC may have uncovered a clue to Burgess' recent movements.
Record of a telephone conversation between the BBC and the Foreign Office
The BBC and the Foreign Office are called to account for employing Burgess.
Record of Conversation with Sir John Reith
A BBC Director-General disagrees with his predecessor.
Principles and Objectives of British Wartime Propaganda
The Ministry of Information's policy on British propaganda.
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