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See How They Run


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The first of a six-part drama about two sisters who are forced into hiding with theirfamity. Emma's father reveals that he has unwittingly become involved with a drugs baron and that the family must move. Written by Al Hunter Ashton and Tim O'Mara
For cast and part two see Thursday at 5.10pm
Digitalwidescreen Subtitled .............
Followed by New series Rewind Gaby Roslin presents a twice-weekly series, throughout 1999, recalling memorable events from the 20th century through the experiences of children.
1900: the Paris Universal Exhibition
Rikki Doughty retells Paul Morand 's account of the World Fair in Paris.
Repeated tomorrow on BBC2. The next Rewind can be seen on Thursday


Written By: Al Hunter Ashton
Written By: Tim O'Mara
Unknown: Rewind Gaby
Unknown: Rikki Doughty
Unknown: Paul Morand

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