Nicholas Jones returned to Yorkshire to try to interview Arthur Scargill
It is 25 years since the beginning of the miners' strike. Miners walked out of the Cortonwood Colliery in Yorkshire in protest at plans to close it.
The Conservative peer Norman Tebbit discusses his memories of the how government dealt with the strike action.
For former BBC reporter Nicholas Jones, reporting the miners' strike was the most momentous story in 50 years of journalism.
He returned to the Yorkshire coalfields, to try to renew his acquaintance with Arthur Scargill.
And Today's Roger Hermiston remembers reporting for the Wakefield Express on the strike.