Welcome to Dear Diary

There are two ways to navigate through Dear Diary.

Below you will find the main timeline developed in a calendar style. Scroll down and click on an entry to read and listen to extracts from all 17 diaries across different time periods.

At the bottom of the page, click ‘Meet the Diarist’ to find information on each author, a single timeline featuring just their entries and hear from programme participants about the experience.

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3rd January, 1943
Everyone knows Fascism is doomed...
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4th January, 1973
Memory alone is not an adequate guide...
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6th January, 1891
Making of my black silk dress…
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10th January, 1916
Small street Arabs stopped to stare at us...
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11th January, 1953
I do not believe in personal sacrifice...
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14th January, 1973
Will these horrors never cease...
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15th January, 1894
Love and memory clothe all my soul...
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19th January, 1930
Church considered too cold for me...
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22nd January, 1894
She had half a dozen ideas and lived in them...
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23rd January, 1906
English ignorance of Ireland is unbelievable...
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27th January, 1911
I went to a parade in front of the Schloss...
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28th January, 1951
I may be worse than poor mother...
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29th January, 1940
I very nearly lost good hat...
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30th January, 1981
Me & Mummy went shopping...
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