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1998-2007       You've Come a Long Way Baby

Browse archive audio and memories of the Today Generation of an era that witnessed the spread of foot and mouth, and terrorist attacks in New York and London.

7th July London Bombings
Terrorist attacks in London - 7 July 2005

A series of bomb attacks on London's transport system kills more than 30 people.

From the archive: terrorist attacks
Roger Troughton on foot and mouth

"One of the early outbreaks was on a farm just outside Newcastle and it appeared that sheep from nearby had been sent to Longtown market in the north of Cumbria from where the disease quickly spread."

Read more from Roger's blog
Ruth Crawford on returning to teaching

"I have returned to teaching after a break when the children were born, and still enjoy the buzz of school life, with all the challenges of the 21st century."

Read more from Ruth's blog
David Trimble
Good Friday Agreement - 10 April 1998

Politicians in Northern Ireland agree a deal leading to national elections.

From the archive: a historic peace
Dr David Kelly
Trouble over WMD report - 29 May 2003

Andrew Gilligan's report on the "sexed up" Iraq dossier lands the BBC in trouble.

From the archive: Gilligan's report
Neville Merritt on computers

"What computers costing a few hundred pounds can do now, compared to those expensive lumps of tin we used to revere, is as different as we are from a bracheosaurus."

Read more from Neville's blog
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