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The Playbus stops today at the Patch Stop in Tollesbury, Essex, where
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Today Andy Craig focuses on safe motoring in Drive for Life. Plus music from Nana Mouskouri.
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Henry's attempts at making up with Bronwyn go awry.
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The final day's racing in the 1990 National Hunt Festival which features the Gold Cup.
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What dramas await the galloping grey in his bid to repeat last year's success? Desert Orchid seeks to collect a record £75,000.
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Reporter: Jonathan Powell. (Coverage continues at 3.55pm on BBC2)
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Bert's boring day turns out to be not so boring.
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4: The anteaters, armadillos and sloths came to Noah's
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Yogi and Boo Boo set out for the mountains to learn the mystical secrets of food-snatching from the greatest pilferer of them all, Ninja Raccoon.
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At Dizzy Heights it is crucial that safety is uppermost in all minds at all times.
Eager as ever to enlighten the guests on dangerous pitfalls, Heap and Wall try to make a safety video. Eager to learn other uses of the video camera, Sharon sets out to explore the hotel.
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Pete has to make tough choices about the future, and Julie has only a day left to find a buyer for the salon. And an old face returns to the square.
For the last ten years, 9,000 workers have been building a 25km dam to protect
Leningrad and its priceless treasures from the sea. But
Soviet environmentalists are calling for the whole structure to be blown up.
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Keith Burgess was a steward on British Rail who had friends all over the country. But on 17 December last year he was brutally murdered in his Bristol flat
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