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On June 18, 1928
US aviator Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic.
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Image HAVE YOU GOT CURIOUS OBJECTS

WITH LINKS TO THE PAST?

OR FAMILY HEIRLOOMS WITH A

HIDDEN HISTORY?

WOULD YOU LIKE TO FIND OUT THE

TRUE STORY BEHIND YOUR

TREASURED POSSESSION?

Lion TV BBC

Lion Television is looking for people who have interesting artefacts from the past. The company is making a new series for the BBC, and if you have a treasured family heirloom or strange old object you’d like to know more about, they’d like to hear from you.

If your object is selected as a case for the History Detectives, as the series is called, they’ll investigate the item using a range of techniques.

It sounds like a fantastic opportunity to find out more about the history of an old heirloom that has been handed down to you, and they’ll help you sort the fact from the fiction in its story. Or, it might just be a great chance to show off something interesting from your collection of vintage items.

BBC HISTORY SERIES

HAVE YOU GOT CURIOUS OBJECTS

WITH LINKS TO THE PAST?

OR FAMILY HEIRLOOMS WITH A

HIDDEN HISTORY?

WOULD YOU LIKE TO FIND OUT THE

TRUE STORY BEHIND YOUR

TREASURED POSSESSION?

Lion Television is looking for cases for a brand new BBC history series that will reveal untold stories from Britain’s past. Our team of history detectives will tap into the latest research techniques to get to the bottom of each history mystery.

If you think you’ve got an artefact with an interesting historical past please get in touch and our team will help you to sort out fact from fiction once and for all.

If you are keen to take part in the series or would like to know more, please contact Rowan on:

Tel: 0141 331 5424

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