2/5 Growing up in a happy but noisy household that included two brothers and her grandmother.
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1/5 Childhood in the Black Country in the 1960s.
5/5 Janice is beginning to see potential in her future, but first she must escape the past.
4/5 After Eddie's death, the Galloway women have been able to move back into the family home.
3/5 Rocked by the return of her older sister, Janice faces another hurdle as she starts school
2/5 Janice's mother has made the difficult decision to leave her drunken husband.
1/5 A family photograph prompts memories of the author's turbulent start in life.
5/5 Ellen's career continued successfully for 20 years after Henry's death.
4/5 Lady Macbeth was perhaps Ellen's greatest role, but her relationship with Irving suffered.
3/5 After a triumphant tour of the United States, Henry's relationship with Ellen deepened.
2/5 Henry Irving was born John Brodribb, a sickly child with a pronounced speech impediment.
1/5 Ellen Terry's early marriage was soon to break down, and her debts begin to mount.
5/5 But will we ever learn?
4/5 What goes up must come down.
3/5 As soon as someone gets rich, everyone else wants the same.
2/5 See it and grab it.
1/5 Everyone wants to get rich.
5/5 Paul visits Perm, a Siberian city with a grim recent history.
4/5 Paul reacquaints himself with a much-changed Burma and its crumbling cities.
3/5 Paul travels from Amritsar in northern India to idyllic Sri Lanka.
2/5 From Georgia, Paul moves on to Azerbaijan, stops in Baku and continues to Turkmenistan.
1/5 Paul sets out from London, stops in Istanbul and travels on to the Georgian border.