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24/30 Two 18th-century marriages, and how the husbands prepared new houses for their bride.
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Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the works, life and times of Seneca the Younger.
In January 1956, members of an Amazonian tribe murdered five American missionaries.
23/30 How eccentric homes reflected wider 18th-century ideas about science and nature.
Adriaan Vlok was in charge of the police in apartheid-era South Africa.
22/30 The story of an 18th-century couple who spend life doing up their magnificent houses.
Witness hears from the first woman to bring a case of sexual harassment to trial in India.
21/30 One celebrity divorce was quite the scandal, because the husband was the prime minister.
On this day in 1991 a killer whale called Tilikum drowned one of its trainers.
20/30 The story of two different widowers and their desperate search for a new wife.