The Money Programme's Max Flint looks at how the growing number of Britain's super-wealthy residents is changing the economic landscape of the nation.
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3/4. An Asian Odyssey. How, in an arduous and epic expedition through Asia, Stephane Passet captured images of life in India, Pakistan and Mongolia.
Director Susannah Ward : Executive producer David Okuefuna
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Rachel de Thame tries to find out the truth about the newly championed "superfoods". Do they improve health, and is there such a thing as the perfect diet? Director/Producer Mark Scott www.gardenersworld.com BBC GARDENS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE: Carol Klein 's favourite December plants in the December issue, available 23 Nov. price E3.85 Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 48
9/10. Henry's impatience for a divorce leads him to threaten Cardinal Campeggio , who continues to defer a decision. The king then turns against Wolsey.
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