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    Birth of Empire – The East India Company

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    Birth of Empire – The East India Company

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    Birth of Empire – The East India Company

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  • Birth of Empire – The East India Company

    Birth of Empire – The East India Company

    Historian Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the company that revolutionised the British lifestyle, laid the foundations for international trade, made English the language of the world and by accident established the most powerful empire in history. © 360 Production for BBC Television (2014)

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  • This World – The Tea Trail with Simon Reeve

    This World – The Tea Trail with Simon Reeve

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  • This World – The Tea Trail with Simon Reeve

    This World – The Tea Trail with Simon Reeve

    Reporter Simon Reeve travels through East Africa on a journey to track down the story of the British cup of tea. On the way he visits a truck stop used by long distance lorry drivers called Salgaa – a place that after dark, feels a bit like the wild west. © BBC Television (2014)

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  • This World – The Tea Trail with Simon Reeve

    This World – The Tea Trail with Simon Reeve

    On a journey through East Africa, reporter Simon Reeve uncovers the story of the British cup of tea. Tea growing was introduced to Kenya in the 1920′s by the British colonial government which restricted its cultivation to white Europeans. The resentment this caused helped provoke a rebellion by freedom fighters dubbed the “Mau Mau”. © BBC Television (2014)

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