Great Fire of London - what impact did it have on the city?

2016 marks the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, which burned through the city for four days in September 1666. Professor Laura Gowing and Professor Arthur Burns, Department of History, examine the impact of the fire on the city’s geography, housing and opportunities and consider how it affected the future of St Paul’s Cathedral.

With thanks to London Fire Brigade , who celebrate their 150th anniversary in 2016.