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01Oklahoma City After The Bomb20170612

Emma Barnett explores what happened in Oklahoma City after the devastating 1995 bomb.

Emma Barnett explores what happened in Oklahoma City after the devastating 1995 bomb.

Travelling to the city, Emma speaks to survivors of the bombing, to relatives of the 168 people who died that day, to those who rushed in to help and to those whose job was to rebuild the city, about what happened after 9.02am on 19th April, 1995.

She explores how the attack affected tens of thousands of people's lives and forever changed the face of this city; she investigates how the city used the horror to transform itself physically and psychologically; she hears how some whose lives were turned upside down by the bombing feel let down by the federal government's response; and she asks what Oklahoma City might have to teach the rest of America, and all of us, about civility and compromise.

Producer: Giles Edwards.

01Oklahoma City After The Bomb20170612

Emma Barnett explores what happened in Oklahoma City after the devastating 1995 bomb.

Emma Barnett explores what happened in Oklahoma City after the devastating 1995 bomb.

Travelling to the city, Emma speaks to survivors of the bombing, to relatives of the 168 people who died that day, to those who rushed in to help and to those whose job was to rebuild the city, about what happened after 9.02am on 19th April, 1995.

She explores how the attack affected tens of thousands of people's lives and forever changed the face of this city; she investigates how the city used the horror to transform itself physically and psychologically; she hears how some whose lives were turned upside down by the bombing feel let down by the federal government's response; and she asks what Oklahoma City might have to teach the rest of America, and all of us, about civility and compromise.

Producer: Giles Edwards.

01Portsmouth After The Riots20170619

Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in 2000.

Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in the city in 2000.

During the long, hot summer of 2000, and after a story in the News of the World revealed one of the country's most prolific paedophiles was living in the heart of their community, some residents on the Paulsgrove estate in north Portsmouth took to the streets to demonstrate. The protests, sometimes called riots, continued for several nights, and the story was all over the news.

Now Giles has spoken to Paulsgrove residents who were appalled and frightened by the protests, to those who helped organise them and still believe they were necessary, and to the councillors, local MP and police tasked with trying to stop them, about what happened after the protests finished. How did the community come back together, what did the authorities do to reassure residents, and what, if anything, can the episode tell us about attitudes to child sexual exploitation?

Producer: Giles Edwards.

01Portsmouth After The Riots20170619

Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in 2000.

Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in the city in 2000.

During the long, hot summer of 2000, and after a story in the News of the World revealed one of the country's most prolific paedophiles was living in the heart of their community, some residents on the Paulsgrove estate in north Portsmouth took to the streets to demonstrate. The protests, sometimes called riots, continued for several nights, and the story was all over the news.

Now Giles has spoken to Paulsgrove residents who were appalled and frightened by the protests, to those who helped organise them and still believe they were necessary, and to the councillors, local MP and police tasked with trying to stop them, about what happened after the protests finished. How did the community come back together, what did the authorities do to reassure residents, and what, if anything, can the episode tell us about attitudes to child sexual exploitation?

Producer: Giles Edwards.