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RSPCA – Portillo’s State Secrets Banned

2015 March 27
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1838 propaganda against the ill treatment of animals at London's Smithfield market

1838 propaganda against the ill treatment of animals at London’s Smithfield market

On April 1st at 6.30 pm I am appearing on the new BBC2 series presented by Michael Portillo called Portillo’s State Secrets: Banned which draws on material from the National Archives to present different aspects of supposedly hidden history. I was interviewed amidst the cats waiting to be re-homed at the Potters Bar RSPCA  talking about the origins of the organisation in nineteenth century London.

There are 3 sections to each programme – the others on April 1st are Scientology and John Lennon ! I have no idea how it has been cut or whether it is worth watching but at least it is a good thing that animals are acknowledged to be a part of the nation’s history.

There’s a website with clips as well, of course, the opportunity to watch the programme after it has been broadcast.

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  1. March 28, 2015

    Looks interesting, Hilda! In my diary. Best wishes, Nina

  2. Melanie Reynolds permalink
    March 30, 2015

    I’ll be watching Hilda!!

    all best,
    Melanie

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