Sports television presenter Clare Balding will be delving into the mystery of the suffragette who was killed 100 years ago when she ran out in front of the King’s horse at the Epsom Derby in a new documentary. Balding will be presenting Secrets of a Suffragette on Sunday, May 26, which examines the life of suffragette Emily Davison who stepped into the path of the horse on June 4, 1913. She was fatally injured and died at the Old Cottage Hospital, in Alexandra Road, Epsom, days later. The incident was captured on three newsreel cameras, but much debate and mystery continues to surround Davison’s intentions on the fateful day, which Balding will explore in the documentary. Channel 4 says: “Clare Balding and a team of forensic experts have analysed the footage frame by frame, re-examined the evidence and, astonishingly, believe they may have made new discoveries that will change our view of what really happened on that fateful summer day.


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