2/5. Northern Exposure. The images produced by Kahn's photographers from their visits to European countries in the years before the First World War. Producers Rosie Schellenberg and Susannah Ward; Executive producer David Okuefuna (Revised repeat from BBC4)
6/8. The final preparations are made for the new glasshouse at RHS Wisley in Surrey.
Producer Kate Broome ; Series producer Amanda Murray BBC GARDENERS WORLD MAGAZINE: Matthew Wilson advises on plants for a greener garden in the November issue. Price E
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8/10. When Anne warns Henry that he is being betrayed by someone close to him, the increasingly obsessed king turns on Wolsey.
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