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24/09/2017
BBC Radio 4

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    1. Professor, Consultant Historian

      To mark International Women’s Day, we asked Professor Maggie Andrews, consultant historian to Radio 4’s Home Front to explore the changing role of women in WW1.

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    2. Professor, Consultant Historian

      Home Front: The Changing Role of Women in WW1

      As part of International Women's Day, BBC Radio 4's Home Front looks at the changing role of women in WW1.

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    3. Historian

      Remembering Churchill’s Funeral

      David Cannadine, presenter of ‘Churchill’s Other Lives’ remembers Churchill’s funeral 50 years ago.

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    4. Historically, the N-word – one of the most hated and hateful in the English language – has been associated with the USA.  Archive Hour producer Colin Grant explores the legacy of this controversial and hateful word.

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    5. The Talmud, of which I had the merest knowledge, proved to be a revelation in many ways.

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    6. In Thursday's programme Melvyn Bragg and his guests discussed The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.

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    7. Melvyn Bragg's discusses the Sino-Japanese War on Radio 4's In Our Time.

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    8. A preview of Radio 4’s landmark new drama series Home Front.

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    9. Gwyneth Williams outlines Radio 4’s plans for World War One programmes this summer. We'll have Home Front, an ambitious drama with more than 500 episodes, and factual programmes that will help listeners feel something new and insightful about the period leading up to war.

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    10. Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss sources of Early Chinese History.

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