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Asix-part series in which Jessica Holm explores the impact of people throughout the ages on our landscape heritage. The Water Meadows. In the first programme, she travels to Hampshire where a network of fast-flowing, clear, chalk streams was once the lifeblood of the country's water meadows. Producer Sarah Blunt
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Gary Waldhom plays Aaron Sherwood and Robert Harley plays Sam Driscoll in a three-part comedy by Will Buckley. 2: Out for a Duck with Eva Stuart and David Holt
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