1/5 Newton is made Warden of the Royal Mint and tasked with re-casting all England's currency.
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5/5 Now grown up, Said takes a job in the corporate offices of lifestyle expert Martha Stewart
4/5 It is the time of the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis and Said is bullied at school.
3/5 Said conflates his father's image with that of another hero: Che Guevara.
2/5 Said, now 10, and his mother move from Brooklyn to Pittsburgh and into a squalid apartment
1/5 Young Said is confident that his absent father will one day lead a revolution.
5/5 The cracks in Dylan and Caitlin's marriage begin to show and Aeronwy feels the effects.
4/5 Dylan flies out to America and Aeronwy and Caitlin settle into a new routine without him.
3/5 When life gets too much at the Boat House, Aeronwy finds sanctuary with her grandmother.
2/5 While her father composes Under Milk Wood in the garden shed, Aeronwy makes noise outside.
1/5 Aeronwy and her parents move into the Boat House in Laugharne.
5/5 Many women venture down unexplored career paths, paving the way for future generations.
4/5 The suffragette movement soon makes its mark on academia.
3/5 The glamour of the graduette and bluestocking fashion.
2/5 The bluestockings quietly begin to make their mark.
1/5 The sacrifices made by the first young women to arrive at Cambridge University in 1869.
5/5 Despite finding happiness, the vexations of Spark's family life intruded into her old age.
4/5 The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie earns Spark critical and commercial success.
3/5 Spark's literary voice is discovered when she wins an Observer competition in 1951.
2/5 Marriage to an older man offers escape from the claustrophobia of Edinburgh society.
1/5 Hannah Gordon reads from Martin Stannard's biography of the acclaimed Scottish novelist.