When a Liberian immigrant is found murdered in a train yard, the team's investigation leads to an African dancing class and a former white supremacist. Starring Krister Henriksson and Johanna Sallstrom. In Swedish with English subtitles.
Repeated on Thursday at 10pm
A history of Britain's motorways, featuring their designers and builders, the first people to use them and those who risked their lives to stop them.
The role played by motorways in the transformation of Britain in the past 50 years, revealing how they have been used for work and play. Planner Peter Hall and author Will Self are among the series contributors.
12.30 am 3/3
By the end of the 1960s, the detrimental effects of motorways had become apparent and public opinion began to shift.
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