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John Cole tells the story of the General Election of 1945, when Attlee beat Churchill.
Eyes in the Sky: Leo Enright reflects on the satellites that have changed history.
The rise and fall of gay radio; how homosexuality went from taboo to mainstream.
The remarkable story of the birth of the SAS, told by the men who were there.
Barry Davies looks back at 80 years of football commentary on BBC radio.
A look at the legacy of Walter Legge, the influential classical recording producer.
Exploring the work of poet and innovative radio producer, Louis Macneice.
Sir David Attenborough looks back through his broadcasting career.
How a new style of music emerged and flourished under South African apartheid.
Professor Steve Jones tells the story of DNA and its discovery.
Shirley Collins tells the story of Alan Lomax's historic 1959 trip to the southern states.
Folk legends Pete Seeger and Bob Copper share songs and stories in a historic encounter.
Marcel Berlins recalls the trial of Nelson Mandela and eight other men in 1963-4.