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How Do They Do That?

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Here are some answers to questions you always wanted to ask - and a few more. In tonight's show how the film The Lion King was made and how a former secretary from Southampton,
Louise Hillier , has made a difference to the lives of the Rwandan people. She works for the Red Cross and tries to anticipate what the village people will need so they will be able to survive until theirfirst crops grow and they can feed themselves. Plus a profile of the work done by RSPCA bird expert Tim Thomas who has helped save the lives of thousands of birds by helpingto clean those covered by oil leaked or shed by oil tankers. And finally how over 80 per cent of 8,000 premature babies born each year are saved by new technology and the dedication and devotion of the medical staff. Presented by Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull.

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Unknown: Louise Hillier
Unknown: Tim Thomas
Presented By: Desmond Lynam
Presented By: Jenny Hull.

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