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Deacon Brodie was an 18th Century Scottish Criminal and the real life inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's Novella Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde(1886).
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In 1911 the Mona Lisa was stolen. the subsequent 2 year search would make it the most famous painting in the world.
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The mysterious theft of the Mona Lisa, Scotti R.A, vintage 2010
In 1809 the most audacious hoax ever happened in London.
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A look at 1940's London and the murder of a Black marketeer....
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London is a City of many statues. Many have interesting stories. In this episode we look at 4 of these statues.
a Gristly tale of Cannibalism in 19th Century Australia....
Collins, Paul Hells gates:the terrible journey of Alexander Pearce, Van Diemans land cannibal...
The story of the Winchester Geese: prostitutes in medieval Londons south bank
The story of coffee, coffee shops and the south seas bubble
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The dentists plundered the battlefields of Europe looking for the teeth of the dead...all to make false teeth!
Dick Turpin is Englands most famous highwayman, yet most of what we know about him is based on legend. this is the true story of Dick Turpin