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The story of our times told by the people who were there.
The story of the 1992 film which launched Nigeria's hugely successful movie industry
In 1998 someone vandalised the most famous statue in Denmark.
Valya Chervenyashka was accused of mass murder and tortured in a Libyan jail.
In the 1930s, American Nazi sympathisers held rallies and summer camps across the US.
In 1990, the manuscript of Mark Twain's classic novel was found in an attic in Hollywood.
The former Serbian President went on trial for war crimes in 2002. Hear from his lawyers.
In 1995 a US campaign started encouraging teenagers not to have sex before marriage
In 2006 a Ugandan newspaper began printing the names of professionals believed to be gay.
In May 1974, Italians defied the Catholic Church and voted overwhelmingly for divorce.
In 1998, a Los Angeles rabbi came up with a new way for single people to meet each other.
When Giovanni Vigliotto went on trial he said he'd married more than a hundred women.
How American cities like San Francisco became safe havens for undocumented immigrants
How a ship laden with bottles of whisky was wrecked off the Scottish Hebrides
The story of a 1980 Kenyan pop song which became an unlikely global hit.
In February 1991, the captive orca, Tilikum, drowned his trainer, Keltie Byrne in Canada.
In 1951 the British scientist began one of the scientific investigations of the century.
A former Peruvian army officer recalls the last war between Latin American neighbours.
In February 1990 the South African president announced the dismantling of apartheid
In 1993, US forces launched a disastrous raid against the Somali warlord, General Aideed
Norwegian polar explorer Borge Ousland was the first person to cross Antarctica alone.
The first time a case of sexual harassment came to court in India.
The story of the BBC's longest-running radio programme.
On 26 January 1972 four Aboriginal men began a protest about land rights in Australia
Roald Dahl's book, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, was published in January 1964
In early 1977 far-right gunmen killed five people at a law firm in Atocha Street, Madrid
Microwave ovens for domestic kitchens first became widely available in 1967.