GREATER LONDON BBC London News Riz Lateef.
Editor Catherine Hearne ; Executive editor Michael Macfarlane
SOUTH EAST South East Today Geoff Clark and Beverley Thompson with Sussex and Kent news.
Editor Quentin Smith Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EAST Look East With Susie Fowler-Watt and Stewart White (Mon-Thu)/Amelia Reynolds (Fri).
Producers Ian Kings and Steve Silk
Ethiopia with Saba Douglas-Hamilton , Halloween at Disneyland Paris with Lynda Bryans and childhood revisited in north Wales with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen . Producer Seb mis; Series producer Richard Sinclair
6/9. Stories from the regions, www.bbc.co.uk/insideout
GREATER LONDON The Met's homeless unit tackles the influx of Polish workers. Producer Angela Phillips
SOUTH EAST From "skip divers" to "freegans", those who use what others throw away. Editor Linda Bell IS)
EAST A hidden health epidemic that's costing billions, and the death of a royal forest. Producer juiian Sturdy
6/10. While Adam and Zaf hunt a crack terrorist unit, Ros is left safeguarding a delegation of Saudi princes. Part seven premieres on BBC3 at 10.25pm.
Writer Raymond Khoury ; Producer Andrew Woodhead
Director Andy Hay www.bbc.co.uk/spooks
A review of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette , starring Kirsten Dunst , and a preview of the London Film Festival. Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 www.bbc.co.uk/film2OO6
Gritty thriller starring John Wayne.
Maverick cop Lon McO vows to find his partner's killer, but runs into a deadly conspiracy involving drugs and corruption in Seattle's police force. Review page 53. Director John Sturges (1974, 15) Film Trivia: page 58
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