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0701A Meeting In Munich20110102 Phil Carradice investigates a strange document that links Evan Morgan of Tredegar House with prominent Nazis and Satanism.
Phil Carradice investigates Evan Morgan's possible links with Nazis and Satanism.
0701A Meeting In Munich   
0701A Meeting In Munich20110104 Phil Carradice investigates Evan Morgan's possible links with Nazis and Satanism.
0701A Meeting In Munich   
0702 20110109 Phil Carradice investigates the Cycle of the White Rose and other gentlemen's drinking clubs in Wales, dedicated to restoring the 'Prince Over the Water'.
Phil Carradice investigates gentlemen's drinking clubs in Wales.
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0702 20110111 Phil Carradice investigates gentlemen's drinking clubs in Wales.
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0703 20110118 Phil Carradice examines Rorke's Drift, a famous battle in a war of colonial aggression.
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0703Rorke's Drift20110116 The highest number of VCs awarded in a single conflict, but at what cost? Phil Carradice investigates the most famous battle in a war of colonial aggression.
Phil Carradice examines Rorke's Drift, a famous battle in a war of colonial aggression.
0704Blue Books And Red Faces20110123 In 1847 Victorian Wales was scandalised by a government report into its schools and sexual morals.
Phil Carradice investigates the Treason of the Blue Books.
Phil Carradice investigates the Treason of the Blue Books, a scandal in Wales in 1847.
0704Blue Books And Red Faces   
0704Blue Books And Red Faces20110125 Phil Carradice investigates the Treason of the Blue Books, a scandal in Wales in 1847.
0704Blue Books And Red Faces   
0705Pub Culture20110130 At a time when many pubs are going out of business, Phil Carradice explores the hidden history of Wales' ancient beer houses, inns and taverns.
Phil Carradice explores the hidden history of Wales' ancient beer houses, inns and taverns.
0705Pub Culture   
0705Pub Culture20110201 At a time when many pubs are going out of business, Phil Carradice explores the hidden history of Wales' ancient beer houses, inns and taverns.
Phil Carradice explores the hidden history of Wales' ancient beer houses, inns and taverns.
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0706 20110206 Phil Carradice explores the hidden history of Wales.
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0706 20110208 Phil Carradice continues his investigation into the history of the Welsh pub, questioning how public an institution it really was.
Phil Carradice continues his investigation into the history of the Welsh pub.
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 01 2007050620070508Sex, race, and religion - Phil Carradice opens this new series with an investigation into the strange and scandalous story of Colwyn Bay's Congo Institute, and the Welshman whose vision was to convert Africa to Christianity by immersing young Africans in the culture of North Wales.
 02The Mumbles Lifeboat Disaster2007051320070515Phil Carradice investigates events of 60 years ago when the Mumbles Lifeboat went to the aid of the stricken vessel Samtampa, and all hands were lost.
 03 20061101 Presenter Phil Carradice explores the history and craft of dry stonewalling, and the history of the San Francisco and Swansea earthquakes of 1906.
 03 2007052020070522Pistols at Dawn: Phil Carradice recounts the last fatal duel fought in Wales, and investigates a strange time when mayors, constables and jealous lovers the length and breadth of the land, would settle their differences with duelling pistols.
   20070527 Stormy Weather: In centuries past our ancestors faced a very different climate as the world appeared to grow colder and stormier. Phil Carradice investigates what effect this had on our history and the shape of the Wales we see today.
   2007060320070605The Death of the Galahad: 'They were sitting ducks...'.
On the 8th June 1982 Argentinian planes bombed the supply ship Sir Galahad, which was packed with fuel, ammunition and hundreds of Welsh Guards.
Twenty-five years later Phil Carradice investigates the terrible events of that day and asks whether the disaster could have been averted.
  The Ladies Of Llangollen2007061020070612Phil Carradice visits Plas Newydd, Llangollen, to find out more about Lady Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby and their celebrated romantic friendship.
  The Last Of The Few2007061720070619Seventy years after the death of its pioneering designer RJ Mitchell, Phil Carradice meets the Welshmen who flew and maintained Spitfires during World War Two.
   2007062420070626Life in All Its Variety: From white-faced pierrots to black-faced minstrels, Phil Carradice investigates some of Wales' most bizarre entertainers from the age before television.
  Brandy For The Parson2007070120070703Phil Carradice investigates the secretive world of 18th-century Welsh smugglers.
  Robert Owen2007070820070710Phil Carradice takes a trip to New Lanark in Scotland to explore the life and achievements of the cotton magnate and social reformer from Newtown.
  Rev Edmund Jones2007071520070717Phil Carradice explores the world of the Rev Edmund Jones, the 19th-century Welsh vicar who believed the supernatural had its place in God's world.
  The Six Day War2007072220070724Phil Carradice investigates the experiences of Welsh people caught up in the turbulent events of 40 years ago, and asks how they have shaped our subsequent history.
  On Recorde2007072920070731Phil Carradice recounts the fascinating life of Robert Recorde, the Tenby mathematician who invented the = sign and who was an expert on the analysis of urine!.
  King Of The Road2007080520070807Phil Carradice explores Thomas Telford's ground-breaking legacy in Wales - the long, hard and much-used road to Holyhead.
  Pistols At Dawn20070819 Phil Carradice recounts the last fatal duel fought in Wales, and investigates a strange time when mayors, constables and jealous lovers the length and breadth of the land, would settle their differences with duelling pistols.
   20080106 Phil Carradice looks at some more fascinating stories of the past from around Wales.
   20080113 Phil Carradice looks at some more fascinating stories of the past from around Wales.
   20080118 Phil Carradice looks at some more fascinating stories of the past from around Wales.
   20080125 Phil Carradice looks at some more fascinating stories of the past from around Wales.
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   2008020320080208Phil Carradice reflects on the people's poetry of World War One, revealing the emotions of common soldiers and ordinary families caught up in conflict.
   2008021020080215Phil Carradice takes to the water to discover the history of the beautiful Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
   2008021720080222As Whitchurch Hospital in Cardiff marks its centenary, Phil Carradice meets staff, past and present, to discover how mental healthcare in Wales has changed since 1908.
   2008022420080229Phil Carradice looks at some fascinating stories of the past from around Wales. He recalls the story of the Royal Charter, a ship lost off the coast of Anglesey in October 1859.
   2008030220080307He recalls the story of the great Victorian entrepreneur Solomon Andrews.
   2008030920080314Phil Carradice investigates the Antikythera Mechanism, a complex and ancient device found by divers on the seabed off mainland Greece in 1901.
   2008031620080321Phil Carradice meets two men who were taken out of Ogmore Vale primary school at the age of 10 to complete their education in an expensive Sussex boarding school.
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   20100221 Phil Carradice investigates the strange disappearance of Hon Gwyneth Ericka Morgan, the beautiful Welsh heiress, who fell victim to illegal drugs during the 1920s.
The strange disappearance of Hon Gwyneth Ericka Morgan, the beautiful Welsh heiress.
   20100228 Haggars Cinema: Phil Carradice traces the history of cinema in Wales.
  Haggars Cinema2010022820100811Phil Carradice traces the history of cinema in Wales.
   20100307 Licence to Print Money: Phil Carradice investigates the fate of the banks in Victorian Wales, and discovers why local banks are no longer authorised to print their own notes.
Licence to Print Money: Phil Carradice investigates the fate of Victorian Wales's banks.
   20100314 From Roath to the Rockerfeller Center: Phil Carradice tells the story of Ralph Hancock, the Cardiff insurance clerk who created fabulous roof gardens in 1930s New York and London.
The Cardiff insurance clerk who created amazing roof gardens in 1930s New York and London.
   20100321 Phil Carradice investigates the life and work of Gareth Jones, the Welsh journalist who courageously reported some of the key events of the early 30s.
Phil Carradice investigates the life and work of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones.
   20100328 The Witch Next Door: Demonic old crones, or unfortunate women with vengeful neighbours? Phil Carradice investigates reports of witchcraft in 17th century Flintshire and beyond.
Phil Carradice investigates reports of witchcraft in 17th century Flintshire and beyond.
  21/02/2010 20100802Phil Carradice investigates the strange disappearance of Hon Gwyneth Ericka Morgan, the beautiful Welsh heiress, who fell victim to illegal drugs during the 1920s.
The strange disappearance of Hon Gwyneth Ericka Morgan, the beautiful Welsh heiress.
  21/02/201020100804 The strange disappearance of Hon Gwyneth Ericka Morgan, the beautiful Welsh heiress.
  28/02/2010 20100809Haggars Cinema: Phil Carradice traces the history of cinema in Wales, through the stories of the Haggar family, whose ancestors both made and showed films in their cinemas.
Haggars Cinema: Phil Carradice traces the history of cinema in Wales.
  14/03/20102010081820100816The Cardiff insurance clerk who created amazing roof gardens in 1930s New York and London.
From Roath to the Rockerfeller Center: Phil Carradice tells the story of Ralph Hancock, the Cardiff insurance clerk who created fabulous roof gardens in 1930s New York and London.
  21/03/2010 20100823Phil Carradice investigates the life and work of Gareth Jones, the Welsh journalist who courageously reported some of the key events of the early 30s.
Phil Carradice investigates the life and work of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones.
  21/03/201020100825 Phil Carradice investigates the life and work of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones.
  28/03/2010 20100830The Witch Next Door: Demonic old crones, or unfortunate women with vengeful neighbours? Phil Carradice investigates reports of witchcraft in 17th century Flintshire and beyond.
Phil Carradice investigates reports of witchcraft in 17th century Flintshire and beyond.
  28/03/201020100901 Phil Carradice investigates reports of witchcraft in 17th century Flintshire and beyond.

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