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LONDON A Family Band
Roy Castle features The Wolffs from Oxford and The Tricks from Budleigh Salterton.

SOUTH WEST The Attic Archives Donald Heighway strolls down memory lane, courtesy of amateur cine film from all over the country.

Michael Jordan visits the headquarters of the Hampshire Constabulary to find out about the work of the police photographer.

WEST Best of Jenner
Local architect Mike Jenner casts a critical eye over Avonmouth, the A38 and Glastonbury.
John Holmes and Bob Ramdhanie meet Muslims in Stoke-on-Trent.

EAST Weekend
What's on, where and why, presented by John Mountford.

All Together ... looks at one of the oldest rowing clubs in the country - 120-year-old Agecroft Rowing Club in Salford.

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral
For the 150th anniversary of the University Museum at Durham, Magnus Magnusson chairs a re-creation of television's popular panel game. With David Bellamy , Rosemary Cramp and Louis Allen (Postponed from 3 June)

NORTH One Plus One
New series The first of three conversations. Michael Palin talks to Mike Smartt about his varied career.

NORTHERN IRELAND - As I Roved Out: Oisin
Popular traditional group Oisin are joined by Jane Cassidy.

SCOTLAND New series
The Beechgrove Roadshow
Jim McColl and George Barron follow the Crinan Canal to Lochgilphead.


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