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Ninety-six football fans never came home from a match in 1989. Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

Hillsborough: The Full Stor‪y‬ BBC

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Ninety-six football fans never came home from a match in 1989. Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

    EP06: Trevor and Jenni’s story

    EP06: Trevor and Jenni’s story

    Parents Trevor and Jenni Hicks return to the football ground for the first time since their teenage daughters Sarah and Victoria were unlawfully killed in 1989.

    Presented by Sue Johnston.

    • 29 Min.
    EP05: Justice for the 96

    EP05: Justice for the 96

    In this fifth episode we look at the attempts of the families to secure criminal trials in relation to the deaths of their loved ones and the subsequent fall out for those concerned.

    Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

    If you're affected by issues heard in this series, support is available at bbc.co.uk/actionline.

    • 32 Min.
    EP04: Hold your head up high

    EP04: Hold your head up high

    As the world “moved on” the families and survivors found that not only could they not get answers, the old newspaper lies about the behaviour of the fans took hold again.

    But that didn’t stop them pushing to find out why their loved ones had died.

    Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

    • 29 Min.
    EP03: When you walk through a storm

    EP03: When you walk through a storm

    After the disaster at the FA Cup Semi Final in Hillsborough in 1989, the families of the victims, and the city of Liverpool grieved for the dead and the seriously injured.

    What followed were weeks of mourning in the city’s two cathedral’s and at the famous Anfield Kop. Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

    • 26 Min.
    EP02: Six minutes past three

    EP02: Six minutes past three

    After the disaster at the FA Cup Semi Final in Hillsborough in 1989, fans struggled with the enormity of what was happening around them.

    They struggled to save the lives of their friends on the pitch and they faced the long journey home.

    In the days before social media and mobile phones the shock and the trauma were made even worse by the uncertainty over who was safe and who had perished.

    Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

    • 30 Min.
    EP01: A sunny semi-final in April

    EP01: A sunny semi-final in April

    Ninety-six football fans never came home from a match in 1989. This is the full story of the Hillsborough disaster.

    What started as a FA Cup football match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield ended as one of the worst days in British sporting history.

    Grace Mailey and Tony Snell guide you through the full story, with interviews and audio from BBC Radio Merseyside’s archive over the last 30 years.

    • 25 Min.

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