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  History - How Important is the Personal? Friday 12 September 2003  
Next week, a BBC Two drama looks at the trade union movement through the lives of 3 women.

But how much has our interest in the intimate lives of ordinary people skewed our interest in history's bigger picture?
Donna Franceschild, writer of The Key and Professor Joanna Burke, Professor of History at Birkbeck College join Sheila to discuss whether we can differentiate between fact and fiction?
The Key is on BBC Two begeinning 16 September at 9.30pm

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