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In 1999, the Admiral Duncan pub in the heart of Soho was bombed - a nail bomb exploded killing 3 and injuring over 70 people. What have been the long term after effects for those involved? And how did Soho respond as the beating heart of London's gay community?
Alan Dein investigates as part of the Aftermath series, exploring what happens to a community after it has been at the centre of a nationally significant event.
Producer: Melvin Rickarby
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2018.
What happened when a nail bomb exploded in the Soho pub and what has happened since?
Series exploring communities that have been at the centre of a significant event.