A new series exploring the long history of struggles for liberty in Britain.
How the British public won the right to know more of the truth about the conduct of power.
The decriminalisation of homosexuality, and the struggle for equal rights that followed.
The struggle to win married women's right to own property and be counted as full citizens.
The long struggle to free pre-Victorian Catholics from laws barring them from public life.
The Jamaican slave rebellion that contributed to Britain's abolition of slavery.
The struggle of Victorian working men to form trade unions with real negotiating power.
How a libertine called John Wilkes fought for the right to criticize the powerful, and won
How post-Civil War England produced a radical idea - Toleration - and its role today.