An hour of historical reporting told by the people who were there.
A Mexican-American march descends into chaos, Hurricane Katrina and executions in Iran.
The murder of a Russian revolutionary, the Tolpuddle Martyrs and mass poisoning in Oregon
Korea split after World War Two, the penal colony Devil's Island and Harry Potter
Atomic bombs dropped on Japan, a plot to kill Iranian writers, plus the first bionic ear
The Afghan coup of 1973, TV's first interracial kiss and scouts in the Warsaw Uprising
In July 1945 Labour won a surprise victory, defeating war-time leader Winston Churchill.
First Atom bomb, poison gas in 1915, survivng sharks in WW2 and Uruguay's hero Ghiggia
The violent end of Sri Lanka's civil war; a KGB spy escapes; Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Deaf and blind Helen Keller, Red Cross visits Nazi concentration camp, Berlin Love Parade
Marshal Tito shuns Stalin, the downing of Air India Flight 182 and saving the whale.
Iran's Islamic hardliners shut universities to drive out secular opposition
Inuit children sent for re-education in 1951, the Six Day War, and a refugee boat tragedy
The Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann was interviewed while in hiding in Argentina.
One of Europe's worst stadium disasters; housing segregation in the US; Italy in WW1
The murder of an outspoken Salvadoran Archbishop, a coup in Fiji and the Elephant Man
In May 2002 gunmen and civilians, were holed up in one of Christianity's most holy sites.
WW2 ends in Europe, chemical weapons tests on UK soldiers, Aden's independence struggle
In the last days of April 1975 thousands of people were airlifted out of Vietnam
Operation Eagle Claw, the death of Einstein and the musical Carousel.
In April 1992, two Los Angeles gangs signed a cease-fire.
The TV film which caused a diplomatic crisis, Idi Amin’s downfall and riots in the USA
Millions die of famine in British-ruled India, US Marshall Plan & Ireland bans smoking
Australian David Warren invented flight recorders which give clues to why planes crash.
Israel's first woman prime minister; Escaping East Berlin; America's biggest art heist.
JM Kariuki's murder in Kenya plus Jackie Kennedy's secret romance with Aristotle Onassis
The Nazis invade Czechoslovakia, being Stalin's interpreter and the real Von Trapp family
The fight for the Pacific island in WW2; the looting of Benin's bronzes; and a CIA mole.
The killing of the US journalist in Pakistan, Martha Gellhorn, and the Bee Gees.
How the South African government destroyed a mixed-race suburb, plus Dresden and Minamata