Stonehenge Solstice

— Host Alex Chadwick talks to T.R. Reid about the recent celebration of the summer solstice held at Stonehenge. The ceremony, conducted by Druids, marks the first time since Margaret Thatcher's administration that religious observances have been allowed at the ancient site.

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