The part played by British women on the home front during World War I is reviewed.
A look at the lives of the miners' wives who were running the family home.
When men went to fight in WWI, women become an essential part of the British workforce.
Welsh anti-nuclear movements of the 1980s and the peace camp at Greenham Common.
Women campaigned for decades for the right to participate in British politics.
Millicent Fawcett’s campaign to empower British women through education.
The Industrial Revolution led to Cardiff docks becoming a multicultural society.
A look at the first part of Margaret Thatcher's reign as Prime Minister.
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