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2: The Growing Gap. Over the last 15 years the gap between rich and poor has widened in Britain. Continuing his reflections on the state of British industry, Howard Davies argues that the growth in inequality must be halted. Producer Jenni Russell. Rptd Sun 6.15pm
A six-part series which explores the impact of people throughout the ages on our landscape heritage. 3: The New Forest is the largest extent of woodland in Western Europe, but for how lorg? Jessica Holm investigates. Producer Sarah Blunt
Introduced by Sylvia Horn. With the UN Weapons Convention in Vienna about to begin, countries such as Cambodia continue to suffer the horrific legacy of landmines. What can an international campaign do to ban them? Serial: Experiment in Love (10) For details see Monday
The general public are shut out from the majority of land in Britain. But wild food grows in abundance throughout the country. Derek Cooper goes foraging.
Producer Sheila Dillon. Revised rpt Mon 7.20pm
Louisa Buck explores the life and art of Dora Carrington as revealed in Christopher Hampton 's new film, starring Emma Thompson , and a new exhibition at the Barbican. Plus Carlos
Fuentes talks about his latest novel. Producer Abigail Appleton
By Pavithra Natarajan.
On a city night, a teenage girl stares out and toys with an unlit joint. The voices of her peers spiral round her. "What are you afraid of .. ?" Read by Nisha K Nayar. Producer Lisa Osbome
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Jonathan Dimbleby introduces guests Emily Lau , Hong Kong Legislative Councillor;
Jonathan Mirsky , East Asia Editor of The Times; the Rt Hon Chris Patten ,
Governor of Hong Kong; and David Tang , businessman and entrepreneur.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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