|199C||01||19990712||Jonathan Freedland begins a history series reporting from the sites of the Rebecca Riots in rural Wales.|
Why did tenant farmers in the 1830s blacken their faces and dress as women? / Jonathan Freedland begins a history series reporting from the sites of the Rebecca Riots in rural Wales.
Why did tenant farmers blacken their faces and dress as women?
|199C||02||19990719||Jonathan Freedland reports from Nottingham as he explores aspects of the Victorian man through the life and body of prizefighter Bendigo Thompson.|
|199C||03||19990726||Jonathan Freedland reports on the sex scandals that rocked the Westminster election campaign of 1784.|
|199C||04||19990802||Everyone knows who won the battle of Waterloo, but who paid for it? Jonathan Freedland explores the story of how the war was financed.|
|199C||05||19990809||In the last of the series, Jonathan Freedland gathers a team of historians to explore events both epic and personal.|