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5/5 How rising inflation in 1973 challenged the progressive ideals of the 1968 generation.
4/5 Michael Goldfarb on the personal and political disruption the 1973 Opec oil embargo caused
3/5 Michael Goldfarb on the moment when the Watergate scandal became a constitutional crisis.
2/5 Michael Goldfarb explores the meaning of the October War between Israel and its neighbours
1/5 Michael Goldfarb reflects on the coup in Chile 1973 that overthrew Salvador Allende.
As Radio Times reaches 90, Simon Elmes explores the musical world celebrated in its pages.
Lesley Chamberlain on Prince Albert's German recreation of Britain in the Great Exhibition
Fiona Clampin tells the story of two Birmingham professors of music: Elgar and Bantock.
Author David Almond explores what the Lindisfarne Gospels mean to people in the North East
Writer Sarah Dunant explores the social, cultural and human histories of syphilis.