Hermione Cockburn and the team try to track down evidence of London's ancient past.
Series producer Karensa Jennings First shown on BBC4 FREE fossil-hunting guide: call [number removed] (calls cost a max of 8p per min; mobile networks may vary) or visit open2.net/fossildetectives
7/12; series three. Heike the vet plans to revive her foot-modelling career, and Nigel's long-lost son Greg wants to train as a Buddhist monk.
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Executive producer Paul Sommers
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Toby Buckland makes a customised wormery to help deal with the autumn leaves, Joe Swift and his family harvest pumpkins to make Halloween lanterns, and Carol Klein creates late-season colour. Series producer Rosemary Edwards gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 28
4/4. The historian explores the role of race in the nation's past. The early settlers were immigrants, but their vision of America was fundamentally Protestant and white. What were the steps that led from that narrow definition of nationality to John F Kennedy's recognition that the USA was a nation of immigrants?
(Rptd next Sunday)
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