2/5 Dr Rae's battle against drug users was a constant challenge.
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1/5 The journal kept by Dr John Rae during his years as headmaster of Westminster School.
5/5 With her final family camping trip to France, Emma faces sunburn and public humiliation.
4/5 Emma's mum agrees to holiday sans tent. But nights under a proper roof spark complications
3/5 With Britain now in Europe, Emma's mum decides they should all holiday abroad.
2/5 Family disaster in 1972, with many cross-border matrimonial raids doomed to end in tears.
1/5 In 1970, Emma's first holiday featured a tent, a bucket and an awful lot of Welsh rain.
5/5 It is May 2005 and Chris leaves the Foreign Office with his future unclear.
4/5 January 2004: travelling the baking plains of Africa seems far away from Sunderland.
3/5 June 2003 heralds a re-shuffle and the author has no idea of his fate.
2/5 October 1999: is it air traffic control or rampant leylandii that will take priority?
1/5 It is July 1999 and soon a call will come from The Man.
5/5 Yasmin arrives in London in 1972 to find a country rife with industrial unrest and racism.
4/5 Yasmin recounts her tumultuous teenage years, in the wake of independence in Uganda.
3/5 As independence for the Africans looms, the atmosphere begins to darken for Ugandan Asians
2/5 Yasmin recalls her family history, from her parents' meeting to her childhood in Kampala.
1/5 Yasmin makes an emotional journey to Britain after Idi Amin seizes control of Uganda.
5/5 Exploring the certainty trap - a potential hazard for pundits and politicians alike.
4/5 How a firefighter's creative thinking in a bush fire proved to be a life-saving decision.
3/5 The defects in the emotional brain that lead us toward bad decisions.
2/5 How the fluctuations of a few dopamine neurons saved a battleship in the first Gulf War.
1/5 How our decisions are a finely-tuned blend of feeling and reason.