Pete Waterman gets personal, explaining that his first job on the railways was imposed on him by a magistrate when Pete was on the verge of slipping into a life of petty theft.
The role the railway men and women played during the Second World War. Pete explains the different roles the railway played.
Looking at how the railway revolutionized 19th century Britain. From the world's first inter-city railway built between the port of Liverpool and the mills of Manchester in 1829, to the astonishing engineering feat of the Forth Bridge 60 years later.