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Time for Action

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with Roger Cook and Nick Ross Getting Your Own Back
The Communities of Portland and Weymouth have a disposal problem - sewage. Solving Weymouth's with a new pipeline on the other side of the Bill could mean (say Portlanders) a new menace to their already polluted shores, including the famous Chesil Bank.
ROGER COOK (for the new proposals) and NICK ROSS (on behalf of the opponents) investigate the problems of Weymouth and Portland in particular, and of the growing problem of sewage disposal in British waters in general.
Compiled by ROGER COOK ,
NICK ROSS and SALLY DIPLOCK Producer RITCHIE COGAN

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Producer: Ritchie Cogan

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