Dawn has a surprise for Phil and Minty, but what will Garry think? Owen assures Denise he has changed.
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Donna's father jeopardises his only chance of survival. Oliver tries to be taken seriously after an embarrassing incident.
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Nick Ross examines the causes, effects and possible solutions to antisocial behaviour, disclosing the attitudes of teenagers to graffiti, arson and drug use. He also meets victims of antisocial behaviour, following their stories over several months.
Following the often invidious work of Britain's housing officers as they tackle problem tenants. Tonight, Julie Lyle comes face to face with two enormous bull mastiffs, and Alan Kibble calls in the cops to a flat where repeated incidents of unruly behaviour have turned an estate upside down.
The Inside Story: page 78
Contemporary interpretation of Shakespeare's Othello. Black student Odin seems to have it all. But his best friend Hugo resents his success and is intent on setting Odin up for a fall.
Film of the Day: p41 (2001,15)
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