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The Guardian, October 30, 1975

Peter Snow presents a history series in which the stories are provided by archive newspapers.

Dutch businessman Tiede Herrema recounts his terrifying ordeal as an IRA hostage. Dutch elm disease ravages the British countryside. Anti-apartheid campaigner Peter Hain recalls his wrongful arrest and Old Bailey trial after a theft from Barclays Bank in Putney.

30 minutes

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Wed 9 Jan 2008 11:00