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Stephen Halliday is a writer, lecturer and broadcaster with an interest in English Social History with particular reference to the history of London, of Victorian England and of the engineers who made nineteenth century cities safe and habitable. He has written for The Observer, The Guardian and Financial Timesand has made several radio and television programmes based on his books. He also writes and reviews regularly for BBC History, The Independent, The Literary review, The Times Higher and History Today. He regularly lectures on his research subjects, as reflected in his books, in London and elsewhere.
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