Series revisiting the childhood neighbourhoods of influential Britons
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4/4 Writer and journalist Toby Young revisits his childhood home and education in North London
3/4 Jasvinder Sanghera, campaigner against forced marriages, returns to her Sikh childhood.
2/4 Terry Waite returns to his childhood home in the small Cheshire hamlet of Styal.
1/4 Baroness Shirley Williams returns to her childhood homes.
1/6 Writer Peter Hitchens returns to Portsmouth with Wendy Robbins.
5/6 Super-head Sir William Atkinson shows Wendy Robbins the London haunts of his childhood.
4/6 TV screenwriter Kay Mellor takes Wendy Robbins to her childhood home and haunts in Leeds.
3/6 Businesswoman Julia Hobsbawm takes Wendy Robbins to Hampstead and rural north Wales.
2/6 Neurobiologist Prof Colin Blakemore takes Wendy Robbins to his childhood home in Coventry.
4/5 Kwame Kwei-Armah recalls his childhood in Southall, west London, in the 1970s.
3/5 Campaigner and author Erin Pizzey explores her troubled childhood in post-war Dorset.
2/5 Biologist Steve Jones takes Wendy Robbins back to his childhood in west Wales in the 1950s
1/5 Disability campaigner Baroness Jane Campbell revisits her childhood home in Surrey.
6/6 The philosopher heads back to her Winchester birthplace, home to her single mother of five
4/6 Wendy Robbins takes the novelist back to her isolated childhood home in Dartmoor.
3/6 The politician takes Wendy Robbins to the boarding schools for the blind that he attended.
2/6 Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic Studies at Glasgow University, returns to Huddersfield
1/6 Wendy Robbins meets Sir Tom Farmer, Scottish entrepreneur and philanthropist, in Leith.
4/4 Poet Jackie Kay revisits the family home where she was adopted and raised with her brother
2/4 Ann Summers Chief Executive Jacqueline Gold revisits the suburbs of Kent.
1/4 Historian and journalist Peter Hennessy returns to Finchley in North London.
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