Series revisiting the childhood neighbourhoods of influential Britons
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Thu 25 Aug 2011
Writer and journalist Toby Young revisits his childhood home and education in North London
Thu 18 Aug 2011
Jasvinder Sanghera, campaigner against forced marriages, returns to her Sikh childhood.
Thu 11 Aug 2011
Terry Waite returns to his childhood home in the small Cheshire hamlet of Styal.
Thu 4 Aug 2011
Baroness Shirley Williams returns to her childhood homes.
Mon 19 Jul 2010
Writer Peter Hitchens returns to Portsmouth with Wendy Robbins.
Mon 16 Aug 2010
Super-head Sir William Atkinson shows Wendy Robbins the London haunts of his childhood.
Mon 9 Aug 2010
TV screenwriter Kay Mellor takes Wendy Robbins to her childhood home and haunts in Leeds.
Mon 2 Aug 2010
Businesswoman Julia Hobsbawm takes Wendy Robbins to Hampstead and rural north Wales.
Mon 26 Jul 2010
Neurobiologist Prof Colin Blakemore takes Wendy Robbins to his childhood home in Coventry.
Tue 22 Sep 2009
Kwame Kwei-Armah recalls his childhood in Southall, west London, in the 1970s.
Tue 15 Sep 2009
Campaigner and author Erin Pizzey explores her troubled childhood in post-war Dorset.
Tue 8 Sep 2009
Biologist Steve Jones takes Wendy Robbins back to his childhood in west Wales in the 1950s
Tue 1 Sep 2009
Disability campaigner Baroness Jane Campbell revisits her childhood home in Surrey.
Wed 17 Sep 2008
The philosopher heads back to her Winchester birthplace, home to her single mother of five
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Wed 27 Aug 2008
Wendy Robbins takes the novelist back to her isolated childhood home in Dartmoor.
Wed 20 Aug 2008
The politician takes Wendy Robbins to the boarding schools for the blind that he attended.
Wed 13 Aug 2008
Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic Studies at Glasgow University, returns to Huddersfield
Wed 6 Aug 2008
Wendy Robbins meets Sir Tom Farmer, Scottish entrepreneur and philanthropist, in Leith.
Mon 27 Aug 2007
Poet Jackie Kay revisits the family home where she was adopted and raised with her brother
Mon 13 Aug 2007
Ann Summers Chief Executive Jacqueline Gold revisits the suburbs of Kent.
Mon 6 Aug 2007
Historian and journalist Peter Hennessy returns to Finchley in North London.
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