From the mass protests and shock of 1979 through years of revolution, Islamism and debate - the voices from the recent history of Iran.
In February 1979 an Islamic revolution began when Iran's exiled religious leader returned
Millions of people took to the streets of Iran's main cities in December 1978.
How Iran's state employed musicians started recording revolutionary songs.
Iranians stormed the US embassy in Iran in November 79 after America allowed in the Shah
Barry Rosen was one of the Americans held hostage for 444 days in Tehran.
The US sent special forces to try to rescue hostages from their Embassy in Tehran in 1980
Many women supported Iran's 1979 Revolution but some later became disillusioned
Shortly before the Islamic revolution in Iran, a very modern museum opened in the capital
In the summer of 1988 thousands of political prisoners were suddenly executed in Iran.
Chaos at the funeral of Iran's leader as millions gathered to mourn his death.
The politically-charged showdown at the 1998 football World Cup between Iran and the US
In 1998, Iran invited an American wrestling team to Tehran as a goodwill gesture.
A young man became an unwitting symbol of the anti-government protests
In 2003 Iran agreed to let the IAEA into the country to inspect its nuclear facilities.
The young woman, killed at a protest in 2009, who became a symbol for opposition in Iran
Hossein Amanat was the young architect employed to build a tower for Iranian royalty.