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BBC Radio 4
Tom Conti’s father was one of some 4,000 British Italiens who were arrested under suspicion of fascist sympathies during the Second World War. Tom travels to the Isle of Man where his father was interned to investigate the experience of these men and boys, the treatment they received and the trauma they suffered. Many questions about their experience remain unanswered and Tom will search the archives to help answer them.
27th April 2013, 8.00 pm