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Hear the histories of headlines on Fleet Street.

newspapertruth - Hear the histories of headlines on Fleet Street. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £7 (adult) Time: 1 hour 45 mins
The newspaper industry in Britain is referred to as 'Fleet Street' - and indeed the street was home to the press and printing industries for centuries, until the last journalists left in 2016. Now, take a tour of the road and discover how the industry evolved and some of the hidden histories behind the headlines - beginning from the City of London Visitors' Centre, south of St Paul's Cathedral, at 2pm. (Nearest tube: St Paul's)
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