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On This Day – 14th October

Posted on: Wed 14 Oct 2020

On this day in history;

In 1887, Pensylvanian journalist Nellie Bly – the pen name for Elizabeth Cochrane – began plans for her investigative journalism piece ‘Ten Days in a Mad-House’.

In 1968, The Beatles completed recording sessions for their self-titled album (The White Album).

Producer Leon Bishop joins Breakfast‘s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis to elaborate on these events in history.

Produced by Leon Bishop

Image sourced: Wikimedia Commons


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