These audio recordings contain broadcast standards, language and attitudes of their time. Listeners may find some of the content offensive.


Motorway Manner (Restored)

 

Documentary looking at the development of the motorway in Britain.

Restored by Fonz Chamberlain from a very poor quality cassette tape recording taken during broadcast.

 

Originally broadcast on Monday 18th August 1980

 

The Yorkshire Ripper (Restored)

 

Looking at the crimes and life of Peter Sutcliffe 'The Yorkshire Ripper'

Restored by Fonz Chamberlain from a very poor quality cassette tape recording taken during broadcast.

 

Originally broadcast on Friday 22nd May 1981

 

Warning: Listeners may find parts of this audio disturbing.

 

 

Shoplifting

 

Exploring the changing nature of shoplifting from shops and asks are the shopkeepers preventing or provoking would be thieves?

 

Originally broadcast on Thursday 1st March 1984

 

Jack The Ripper

 

A look at the unidentified serial killer Jack the Ripper who killed five prostitutes in the Whitechapel area of London in 1888.

 

Originally broadcast on Thursday 20th October 1988

 

Warning: Listeners may find parts of this audio disturbing.

 

Ufologists (Restored)

 

Documentary talking to people who study unidentified flying objects

Restored by Fonz Chamberlain from a very poor quality cassette tape recording taken during broadcast.

 

 

Originally broadcast on Saturday 23rd May 1992

The Postcard

 

Documentary looking at the popular hobby of postcard collecting.

 

Originally broadcast on Tuesday 30th August 1994

 

Stalking

 

Real life victims of stalking share their stories.

 

Originally broadcast on Thursday 15th August 1996

 

Warning: Listeners may find parts of this audio disturbing.

 

Tracking The Lincolnshire Poacher

 

Documentary investigating strange radio stations called 'The Number Stations'

 

Originally broadcast on Wednesday 24th November 2004

 

Forever 22

 

Roger Daltrey explores the turbulent relationship between Buddy Holly and his manager and producer, Norman Petty.

 

Originally broadcast in 2009