History West Midlands On Air
History West Midlands On Air offers fascinating insights into the people - famous, infamous and unknown - who have made this a fascinating region at the heart of Britain's history.

You will meet the men and women who made Birmingham the workshop of the world; Anglo-Saxon warriors, gods and beats when Mercia was a powerful kingdom; Napoleon's brother; Roman tourists; A Black Country novelist; and many more.

Also explore the landscape and hear how geology shaped the rise of the Black Country.
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Exploring the medieval world - the Mappa Mundi Reflections: How the River Severn shaped the industrial revolution Showcase of Victorian Britain - the Great Exhibition of 1851
Exploring the medieval world - the Mappa Mundi Reflections: How the River Severn shaped the Industrial Revolution Showcase of Victorian Britain - the Great Exhibition of 1851
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Art and Industry: The 1851 Exhibition The power of steam Green spaces, landscapes and gardens Fortunes of War Chamberlain: Man, politician and icon
Art and Industry: The 1851 Exhibition The Power of Steam Green spaces, landscapes and gardens Fortunes of War: The West Midlands at the time of Waterloo Chamberlain: Man, politician and icon
The Word in the West Midlands Moving into the West Midlands Glass & Glassmaking The Anglo-Saxons and Mercia West Midlands Enlightenment
The Word in the West Midlands Moving into the West Midlands Glass & Glassmaking The Anglo-Saxons & Mercia The West Midlands Enlightenment
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