The People's Peace

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19950705]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes which review some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.

Following in Father's Footsteps. A reflection on the economy, industry and employment from Edmund Gartside and the workers, past and present, of the Shiloh Textile Company in Lancashire, where sons follow fathers not only into the boardroom but on to the shop floor. And Lord Healey ponders the consequences of this tradition on the fortunes of the British economy. Producer Ian Bell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950705]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Edmund Gartside

Producer: Ian Bell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950712]

Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.

2: A Dynasty of Teachers. From the Butler Act to the National Curriculum, three generations of a family reflect on changes in education. And

Baroness Williams of Crosby recalls the political climate which shaped them. Producer Jenni Mills

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950712]

Unknown: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Producer: Jenni Mills

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950719]

Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in postwar Britain. 3: From Rats to Riches. In 1941, the Frost family took over a Dorset farm, evicted the rats and set out to work the land. For 50 years the brothers have run their farms in line with the demands and directives of the men from the Ministry, the CAP and now the public. Their story follows the fortunes of postwar British agriculture. Producer Mary Price

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950719]

Unknown: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950726]

Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in postwar Britain. 4: The Land without Music? Postwar cultural life as told by a music-making family from Bedford: German Jewish refugees, Hans and Kate Freyhan have taught music here for 50 years. Producer Tim Dee

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950726]

Unknown: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Kate Freyhan

Producer: Tim Dee

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950802]

Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in postwar Britain. 5: The View from Our Window Was

Beautiful. As the Kelvin area of Sheffield faces more re-development, three generations of the Allsop family tell their story of 50 years of homes. With an overview from Roy Hattersley and Wyndham Thomas. Producer Frances Byrnes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950802]

Unknown: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Roy Hattersley

Unknown: Wyndham Thomas.

Producer: Frances Byrnes

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950809]

Last of the series in which Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in Britain.

To Your Good Health. The Lennox/Parry family - three generations of doctors - reflect on life before and after the NHS. Producer Kerry McGeever

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950809]

Unknown: Kenneth Morgan

Producer: Kerry McGeever

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970226]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes which review some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. 1: Following in Father's Footsteps

Reflections on the economy, industry and employment from

Edmund Gartside and the past and present workers of the Shiloh Textile Company in Lancashire. With comments from Lord Healey.

Producer Ian Bell Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970226]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes which review some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. 1: Following in Father's Footsteps

Reflections on the economy, industry and employment from

Edmund Gartside and the past and present workers of the Shiloh Textile Company in Lancashire. With comments from Lord Healey.

Producer Ian Bell Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970226]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Edmund Gartside

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970226]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Edmund Gartside

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970305]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. 2: A Dynasty of Teachers

A Shropshire school teacher and three generations of her family reflect on the changes in education since 1945, while Baroness Williams of Crosby,

Secretary of State for Education in the seventies, recalls the political climate that shaped those changes. Producer Jenni Mills Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970305]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. 2: A Dynasty of Teachers

A Shropshire school teacher and three generations of her family reflect on the changes in education since 1945, while Baroness Williams of Crosby,

Secretary of State for Education in the seventies, recalls the political climate that shaped those changes. Producer Jenni Mills Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970305]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970305]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970312]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.

3: From Rats to Riches. A Dorset farming family reflects on 50 years of working the land, and Professor Howard Newby offers an academic view of changes in postwar British agriculture. Producer Mary Price Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970312]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.

3: From Rats to Riches. A Dorset farming family reflects on 50 years of working the land, and Professor Howard Newby offers an academic view of changes in postwar British agriculture. Producer Mary Price Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970312]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Introduces: Professor Howard Newby

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970312]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Introduces: Professor Howard Newby

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970319]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.

4: The Land without Music?The cultural life of the last 50 years is told from the vantage point of a music-making family from Bedford. And Dame Ruth Railton and Sir John Drummond reflect on the transformation in Britain's musical life.

Producer Mary Price Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970319]

Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.

4: The Land without Music?The cultural life of the last 50 years is told from the vantage point of a music-making family from Bedford. And Dame Ruth Railton and Sir John Drummond reflect on the transformation in Britain's musical life.

Producer Mary Price Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970319]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Ruth Railton

Unknown: Sir John Drummond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970319]

Introduces: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Ruth Railton

Unknown: Sir John Drummond

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970326]

Prof Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. 5: The View from Our Window Was Beautiful. From slum clearance to

"streets in the sky" to home ownership. Producer Mary Price Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970326]

Prof Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. 5: The View from Our Window Was Beautiful. From slum clearance to

"streets in the sky" to home ownership. Producer Mary Price Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970326]

Introduces: Prof Kenneth Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970326]

Introduces: Prof Kenneth Morgan

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970402]

The last of six programmes in which Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. To Your Good Health. The

Lennox/Parry family - three generations of doctors - reflect on life before and after the NHS was created in July 1948. Robert Maxwell , chief executive of the King's Fund, gives a political commentary.

Producer Kerry McGeever Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970402]

The last of six programmes in which Professor Kenneth Morgan reviews major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War. To Your Good Health. The

Lennox/Parry family - three generations of doctors - reflect on life before and after the NHS was created in July 1948. Robert Maxwell , chief executive of the King's Fund, gives a political commentary.

Producer Kerry McGeever Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970402]

Unknown: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Robert Maxwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970402]

Unknown: Professor Kenneth Morgan

Unknown: Robert Maxwell