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1st Series 1995

Julius Caesar to William the Conqueror: 55BC-1087 

   1.   1- 1   Jun  5 95   Land of the Druids
   2.   1- 2   Jun  6 95   The Invasion
   3.   1- 3   Jun  7 95   Caractacus, the First Sung Hero
   4.   1- 4   Jun  8 95   Liberty or Death  
   5    1- 5   Jun  9 95   Life in Roman Britain
   6.   1- 6   Jun 12 95   The Crumbling Legacy
   7.   1- 7   Jun 13 95   Camelot
   8.   1- 8   Jun 14 95   Who Are the English?
   9.   1- 9   Jun 15 95   The Arrogant Saint
  10.   1-10   Jun 16 95   Edwin to Whitby
  11.   1-11   Jun 19 95   Ethelbald and HJis Woman; Offa and His Dyke
  12.   1-12   Jun 20 95   The Vikings
  13.   1-13   Jun 21 95   Alfred the Great
  14.   1-14   Jun 22 95   The Death of Alfred
  15.   1-15   Jun 23 95   Athelstan, the First Soverign
  16.   1-16   Jun 26 95   The Saintly Dunstan to the Canny Canute
  17.   1-17   Jun 27 95   Cnut and Edmund Ironside
  18.   1-18   Jun 28 95   Goodwine the Cunning and Edward the Confessor
  19.   1-19   Jun 29 95   The Battle of Stamford Bridge
  20.   1-20   Jun 30 95   The Battle of Hastings
  21.   1-21   Jul  3 95   The Conquest
  22.   1-22   Jul  4 95   Domesday
  23.   1-23   Jul  5 95   Death of the Conqueror

The Making of a Nation: 1087-1327  

  24.   1-24   Jul  6 95   William Rufus and the First Crusade
  25.   1-25   Jul  7 95   Henry and the Scottish Kings
  26.   1-26   Jul 10 95   Justice, Power and the Death of Henry
  27.   1-27   Jul 11 95   Anarchy
  28.   1-28   Jul 12 95   Henry Plantagenet
  29.   1-29   Jul 13 95   The Law, the Church and the Coming Tragedy
  30.   1-30   Jul 14 95   Becket
  31.   1-31   Sep  4 95   Murder in the Cathedral
  32.   1-32   Sep  5 95   Pennance, Rebellion and Ireland
  33.   1-33   Sep  6 95   Coeur de Lion
  34.   1-34   Sep  7 95   Third Crusade and Death of the Lionheart
  35.   1-35   Sep  8 95   Bad King John and the Loss of Normandy
  36.   1-36   Sep 11 95   Magna Carta
  37.   1-37   Sep 12 95   The Baron's War
  38.   1-38   Sep 13 95   Henry III
  39.   1-39   Sep 14 95   Simon De Montfort
  40.   1-40   Sep 15 95   A Day in the Life of 13th Century England
  41.   1-41   Sep 18 95   Chancery, Treasury and a 13th Century Wedding Brawl
  42.   1-42   Sep 19 95   The Welsh Laws and the Most-Feared Weapon
  43.   1-43   Sep 20 95   From the Maid of Norway to Robert the Bruce
  44.   1-44   Sep 21 95   The King's Favourite and Bannockburn
  45.   1-45   Sep 22 95   The Ghastly Execution

The Black Prince to Henry VIII: 1327-1547 

  46.   1-46   Sep 25 95   Isabella and Mortimer
  47.   1-47   Sep 26 95   Edward III and the Start of the Hundred Years War
  48.   1-48   Sep 27 95   Crécy, Calais and the Garter
  49.   1-49   Sep 28 95   The Black Death
  50.   1-50   Sep 29 95   The Black Prince and the Death of Edward III
  51.   1-51   Oct  2 95   Richard II, Wat Tyler and the Peasants' Revolt
  52.   1-52   Oct  3 95   Lancaster and Bolingbroke
  53.   1-53   Oct  4 95   Henry IV, Hotspur and the Stake
  54.   1-54   Oct  5 95   Henry V and Agincourt
  55.   1-55   Oct  6 95   Henry VI, Joan of Arc and Another Road to War
  56.   1-56   Oct  9 95   The War of the Roses
  57.   1-57   Oct 10 95   Richard III, the Princes in the Tower and Bosworth
  58.   1-58   Oct 11 95   The First Tudor King
  59.   1-59   Oct 12 95   Henry VIII, Flodden and Wolsey
  60.   1-60   Oct 13 95   Erasmus, Anne Boleyn and the Death of Wolsey
  61.   1-61   Oct 16 95   The End of the Monasteries and Little Jack Horner
  62.   1-62   Oct 17 95   The Auld Alliance and the Death of Henry VIII

Elizabeth I to Cromwell: 1547-1660 

  63.   1-63   Oct 18 95   A Decade of Rebellion
  64.   1-64   Oct 19 95   Bloody Mary and the Burning of Cranmer
  65.   1-65   Oct 20 95   The Elizabethans
  66.   1-66   Oct 30 95   The Spinster, the Hapsburg and the Scottish Widow
  67.   1-67   Oct 31 95   Trading, Slaving, Piracy and the Spanish Armada
  68.   1-68   Nov  1 95   Essex, Ireland and Sturdy Beggar
  69.   1-69   Nov  2 95   How a King of Scots Became King of England
  70.   1-70   Nov  3 95   A Damp Squib, a Bible and Widow Thirkettle
  71.   1-71   Nov  6 95   The Death of Raleigh and the First King of Great Britain
  72.   1-72   Nov  7 95   Charles I and the Right of a Gentleman
  73.   1-73   Nov  8 95   The Scottish Revolt and the Seeds of Civil War
  74.   1-74   Nov  9 95   The King's on the Run
  75.   1-75   Nov 10 95   The Civil War Begins
  76.   1-76   Nov 13 95   The Rise and Rise of Oliver Cromwell
  77.   1-77   Nov 14 95   The First Redcoat and the Battle of Naseby
  78.   1-78   Nov 15 95   The Execution of Charles I
  79.   1-79   Nov 16 95   The Republic of England
  80.   1-80   Nov 17 95   The Lord Protector
  81.   1-81   Nov 20 95   The Rise and Rise of Oliver Cromwell
  82.   1-82   Nov 21 95   The First Redcoats and the Battle of Naseby

Restoration and Glorious Revolution: 1660-1702 

  83.   1-83   Nov 22 95   Charles II and the Return of the Monarchy
  84.   1-84   Nov 23 95   The Cavalier Parliament
  85.   1-85   Nov 24 95   The First Political Parties
  86.   1-86   Nov 27 95   The Great Plague and the Great Fire
  87.   1-87   Nov 28 95   Unholy Trinity Church, Law and Medicine
  88.   1-88   Nov 29 95   The First Winston Churchill
  89.   1-89   Nov 30 95   Paradise Lost to Pilgrim's Progress
  90.   1-90   Dec  1 95   The Death of Charles II
  91.   1-91   Dec  4 95   James II and the Monmouth Rebellion
  92.   1-92   Dec  5 95   Judge Jeffries
  93.   1-93   Dec  6 95   The 1688 Revolution
  94.   1-94   Dec  7 95   William of Orange
  95.   1-95   Dec  8 95   Return to War
  96.   1-96   Dec 11 95   The Kingdom of William and Mary
  97.   1-97   Dec 12 95   The Origin of the Jacobites
  98.   1-98   Dec 13 95   The Battle of the Boyne
  99.   1-99   Dec 14 95   War in Europe
 100.   1-100  Dec 15 95   The Death of King Billy and the Coming of Queen Anne
 101.   1-101  Jan  8 96   Highwaymen, The Rise of Marlborough and War with Spain

The First British Empire: 1702-1760 

 102.   1-102  Jan  9 96   1702: A New Queen and Why Britain Must Go to War
 103.   1-103  Jan 10 96   The Battle of Blenheim
 104.   1-104  Jan 11 96   Union with Scotland
 105.   1-105  Jan 12 96   England Loses an Admiral and the Future's in Hot Chocolate
 106.   1-106  Jan 15 96   Fruitless Carnage and the End of Marlborough's Reign
 107.   1-107  Jan 16 96   The End of the War with France and Marlborough Accused
 108.   1-108  Jan 17 96   The King of England Who Couldn't Speak English   
 109.   1-109  Jan 18 96   The Hanoverians and the Jacobite Rising               
 110.   1-110  Jan 19 96   The Damning of the MacGregors and the South Sea Bubble
 111.   1-111  Jan 22 96   Robert Walpole, the First Prime Minister
 112.   1-112  Jan 23 96   The New Hanoverians: Death, Gin and Daniel Defoe
 113.   1-113  Jan 24 96   Monarchy, Cabinet and Dirty Taxes at the Crossroads
 114.   1-114  Jan 25 96   George II and Turnip Townshend
 115.   1-115  Jan 28 96   Queen Caroline and the Emergence of William Pitt
 116.   1-116  Jan 29 96   A Bottled Ear, Grog and Rule Britannia
 117.   1-117  Jan 30 96   Patronage and the Fall of Robert Walpole
 118.   1-118  Jan 31 96   War, Pragmatism and the Final Charge of an English Monarch
 119.   1-119  Feb  1 96   Bonnie Prince Charlie, Culloden and God Save the King
 120.   1-120  Feb  2 96   Hogarth, the Price of Gin and Pitt the Elder
 121.   1-121  Feb  5 96   The Treaty of Seren and Potent Kings and Roast Beef and Plum Pudding
 122.   1-122  Feb  6 96   Clive of India
 123.   1-123  Feb  7 96   Death of a Prime Minister, the Sacking of Pitt and the New Calendar
 124.   1-124  Feb  8 96   The Black Holle of Calcutta, Minorca and the Seven Years' War
 125.   1-125  Feb  9 96   Pitt's Militia, a Plan to Invade Canada and the Act of Marriage
 126.   1-126  Feb 12 96   1757, the First World War
 127.   1-127  Feb 13 96   India an the Death of George II
 128.   1-128  Feb 15 96   The End of Pitt the Elder and the First Canal

The Age of Revolutions: 1760-1792 

 129.   1-129  Feb 16 96   The End of the Seven Years War
 130.   1-130  Feb 26 96   Grenville as Prime Minister and How Boswell Met Johnson
 131.   1-131  Feb 27 96   Infant Poverty and the North Briton
 132.   1-132  Feb 28 96   Rockingham, The Stamp Act, Hargreaves and Jenny
 133.   1-133  Feb 29 96   Goldsmith and Sterne and 18th-Century Letters
 134.   1-134  Mar  1 96   Edinburgh New Town
 135.   1-135  Mar  4 96   Captian Cook
 136.   1-136  Mar  5 96   Window Taxes and Highway Robbery
 137.   1-137  Mar  6 96   Watt and Arkwright and the Industrial Revolution
 138.   1-138  Mar  7 96   Lord North and the Boston Massacre
 139.   1-139  Mar  8 96   Warren Hastings and Who Owns India?
 140.   1-140  Mar 12 96   The Boston Tea Party and the Beginning of the American Revolution
 141.   1-141  Mar 15 96   The War of American Independence
 142.   1-142  Mar 18 96   Jefferson and the Fourth of July
 143.   1-143  Mar 19 96   Saratoga
 144.   1-144  Mar 20 96   Yorktown
 145.   1-145  Mar 21 96   The End of Lord North
 146.   1-146  Mar 22 96   The Irish Victims of the American Revolution
 147.   1-147  Mar 25 96   The First Madness of King George
 148.   1-148  Mar 26 96   The French Revolution and Tom Paine's Rights of Man

Nelson, Wellington and Napoleon: 1792-1815 

 149.   1-149  Mar 27 96   Britain Once More at War with France
 150.   1-150  Mar 28 96   Mutiny on the Royal Navy
 151.   1-151  Mar 29 96   Nelson, the Nile and the First Income Tax
 152.   1-152  Apr  1 96   The Irish Rebellion and Union
 153.   1-153  Apr  2 96   Pitt Goes and Nelson Turns a Blind Eye
 154.   1-154  Apr  3 96   Prime Minister in Exile
 155.   1-155  Apr  4 96   Trafalgar
 156.   1-156  Apr  5 96   At War with Napoleon
 157.   1-157  Apr  8 96   The Ministry of All the Talents and the Death of Fox
 158.   1-158  Apr  9 96   The Peninsular War
 159.   1-159  Apr 10 96   The War of 1812
 160.   1-160  Apr 11 96   Napoleon is Met at Waterloo

Regency and Reform - Wellington to William IV: 1815-1837 

 161.   1-161  Apr 12 96   Peterloo and the Death of George III
 162.   1-162  Apr 15 96   Cato Street, Liverpool and the Legacy of Pitt
 163.   1-163  Apr 16 96   George IV and Caroline of Brunswick
 164.   1-164  Apr 17 96   The Suicide of Castlereagh
 165.   1-165  Apr 18 96   Peel and Criminal Reform
 166.   1-166  Apr 19 96   Canning and the End of 18th Century Politics
 167.   1-167  Apr 22 96   Death of Canning and Wellington in Downing Street
 168.   1-168  Apr 23 96   Wellington, Ireland and Peelers
 169.   1-169  Apr 24 96   The Death of George IV and the First Reform Act
 170.   1-170  Apr 25 96   Poor Laws
 171.   1-171  Apr 26 96   The Tolpuddle Martyrs
 172.   1-172  Apr 29 96   Melbourne and the Death of William IV

Age of Victoria: 1837-1901 

 173.   1-173  Apr 30 96   Queen Victoria and the Chartists
 174.   1-174  May  1 96   The Bedchamber Crisis
 175.   1-175  May  2 96   Opium and Afghan Wars
 176.   1-176  May  3 96   Victoria and Dear Albert
 177.   1-177  May  6 96   Peel the Prime Minister and the Com Laws
 178.   1-178  May  7 96   The Coming of Disraeli and the Death of Peel
 179.   1-179  May  8 96   The Last Whig Government and the Lot of the Working Classes
 180.   1-180  May  9 96   The Great Exhibition
 181.   1-181  May 10 96   The Crimean War
 182.   1-182  May 13 96   The Charge of the Light Brigade
 183.   1-183  May 14 96   Florence Nightingale
 184.   1-184  May 15 96   Church and State
 185.   1-185  May 16 96   Palmerston
 186.   1-186  May 17 96   The Indian Mutiny
 187.   1-187  May 20 96   Gladstone's First Budget
 188.   1-188  May 21 96   The Arrow War
 189.   1-189  May 22 96   Darwin
 190.   1-190  May 23 96   The Reform Bill
 191.   1-191  May 24 96   The Death of Prince Albert
 192.   1-192  May 27 96   After Albert
 193.   1-193  May 28 96   The Great Migrations and the Colonies
 194.   1-194  May 29 96   Dickens and Poverty
 195.   1-195  May 30 96   The Rise of Bismark and the Death of Palmerston
 196.   1-196  May 31 96   1867--Disraeli and Electoral Reform
 197.   1-197  Jun  3 96   Disraeli and the Origin of Two Nations
 198.   1-198  Jun  4 96   The Irish Curch and a Constitutional Crisis
 199.   1-199  Jun  5 96   The Cutty Sark, Dickens, Education and Stanley
 200.   1-200  Jun  6 96   A Question of Monarchy-- Her People Are Not Amused
 201.   1-201  Jun  7 96   How Britain Bought the Suez Canal
 202.   1-202  Jun 10 96   1876-- Gladstone and the War in Bosnia
 203.   1-203  Jun 11 96   Victoria Becomes Empress of India
 204.   1-204  Jun 12 96   Gladstone Returns
 205.   1-205  Jun 13 96   Death of Disraeli
 206.   1-206  Jun 14 96   The First Boer War
 207.   1-207  Jun 17 96   Ireland and the Phoenix Park Murders
 208.   1-208  Jun 18 96   General Gordon Dies at Khartoum
 209.   1-209  Jun 19 96   Salisbury Becomes Prime Minister
 210.   1-210  Jun 20 96   1887-- Victoria's Golden Jubilee and the Prince of Wales
 211.   1-211  Jun 21 96   Keir Hardie and the Birth of the Labour Party
 212.   1-212  Jun 24 96   The Death of Gladstone
 213.   1-213  Jun 25 96   1898-- Omdurman, Ladysmith and Mafeking
 214.   1-214  Jun 26 96   The Boer War Turns the Century
 215.   1-215  Jun 27 96   The Death of Victoria and the Dream of Gerontius
 216.   1-216  Jun 28 96   2,000 Years of History

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