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07/04/2009

Vanessa Collingridge presents. Could a listener's hotel in North Wales once have been the court of the 13th-century Welsh leader Llewellyn the Great?

Vanessa Collingridge presents the series exploring ordinary people's links with the past.

Could a listener's hotel in North Wales once have been the court of the 13th-century Welsh leader Llewellyn the Great? Plus listeners caught up in the expulsions from Idi Amin's Uganda in 1972 revisit their personal experiences, and medicine historian Dr Elizabeth Hurren lifts the lid on the grim history of the undertaker.

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Tue 7 Apr 2009 15:00

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