How has slavery shaped modern Britain? Today, part two of our look beyond the grand interiors of Penrhyn Castle in northwest Wales, where we discover the dark history its foundations were built on.
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- Dr April-Louise Pennant, academic.
- Dr Marian Gwyn, heritage consultant specialising in colonial history.
- Elen Simpson, lead archivist at Bangor University.
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