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An incredible tale of disaster, cannibalism, and survival. On 5 July 1884 the yacht Mignonette set sail from Southampton for...
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In 1990, an Irish singer who had recently moved to London recorded a cover of a little-known Prince song. It...
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He says he's innocent, but he won't say where he was that fateful night... Stiltley Manor, Oxfordshire. Lowe finds one...
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A never-before-seen insight into the lives of England’s famous crime fighting duo. “The path of the biographer is fraught with...
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Enduring friendships and long-held vendettas come alive against the splendour and decadence of eighteenth-century Venice. In 1775 Venice—known as ‘the...
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Two kings are fighting for their lives, and the stakes have never been higher. 10th Century Wales is a country...
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John Stephen arrived in London from Scotland in 1952 aged just eighteen years old. The son of a struggling shopkeeper,...
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On 8 September 1995, at the age of 31, Kathryn Flett got married, the archetypal radiant bride. At the end...
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So, you have become a proud new father. Now your life is nothing but midnight feeds, crying, screaming and incontinence....
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The year is 1928, and the aerial gold rush has well and truly begun. Following Charles Lindbergh’s ground-breaking flight across...
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The real story of the hedonistic 1990s music scene is revealed in this fastmoving first-person narrative. For Cocaine – with it's casual...
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They’re investigating a murder. But no one has died. There’s a new detective in town - Detective Sergeant Tippen –...
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An Irish couple, David and Deborah, working in the Gulf state of Khor Fahal, are caught up in the chaos...
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Jacob Fletcher is beset by treachery at every turn of the ship’s wheel at sea and with every step on...
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She hated him, but now she's not sure if she can live without him After living and working in London...
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The show must not go on Howard Layton is player-manager of the Merrymakers drama troupe, and playing in drafty parish...
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A powerful story of raw conflicting human emotions, set against the background of a major London hospital. Emma Galvin, fifteen...
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Somebody is watching… Colonel Charles Raynham lives a comfortable life. But one day the man in black arrives, and everything...
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England, 1441. Lady Eleanor Cobham, Duchess of Gloucester, hopes to become Queen of England before her interest in astrology and...
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The gallows await Matthew Stock As Queen Elizabeth slowly dies, Puritans and Papists play a deep game of deception. A...
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Born into a wealthy and powerful Japanese dynasty in 1933, Yoko Ono will always be famous as the wife and...
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In The Rolling Stones: the Origin of the Species pop historian Clayson tracks the early years of each band member in witty,...
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Led Zeppelin almost single-handedly invented the concept of the rock band. Their innovative recordings, incendiary live performances and vast record...
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As the first generation of teenagers to find themselves with money in their pockets and a will to throw off...
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In Damaged Gods: Cults And Heroes Reappraised legendary journalist Julie Burchill takes aim at the twentieth century’s most sacred cults, and the...
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The drowning of Brian Jones casts a long shadow over the Rolling Stones legend. It was he who had formed...
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Who really killed John Lennon? John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono moved to New York in 1971, in part...
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Kings Road, London early 1976. Ex art student Malcolm McLaren and his girlfriend Vivienne Westwood took over a shop at...
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Arriving from Australia in 1981, Leigh Bowery soon established himself at the centre of London’s nightclub scene and has remained...
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Spencer Bright cherry-picks a selection of Elton John’s best known songs, and some lesser known ones, to build a chronological...
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In 1981, two young men who had met at Leeds Polytechnic and called themselves Soft Cell went into a studio...
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The Colony Room Club was opened by Muriel Belcher in 1948. Witty, charismatic and as a lesbian an outlaw herself,...
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The painting was tainted with death. She wanted revenge. Sam Grant has to trace the vendor of a painting that...
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The mysterious visitor changed his life. The scene is London, in the early 1950s. A mysterious young visitor with a...
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A sweeping tale of family, political intrigue, and obsession. 17th Century Amsterdam. Francesca’s famous painter father turns to gambling after...
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What if the culprit is on the inside? Masters, recovering from a gunshot wound, is invited by his Scotland Yard...
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People without kids are everywhere. So why aren’t we talking about this perfectly normal way of being human? Imagine having...
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One great war. Two nations facing each other across the North Sea. Two mighty fleets each waiting for the chance...
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Janusz Rudzinski is a celebrated composer – creator of his country’s national anthem. His greatest work is on everybody’s lips....
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Founding the UK’s first birth control clinic in 1921, Marie Stopes is known as a feminist icon throughout the world....
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