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7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Gabrielle Cox.
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In the last of the series about the impact of people on our landscape, Jessica Holm explores the taming of the Cambridgeshire fens, once Britain's largest and most diverse wetland. Producer Sarah Blunt
Presented by Derek Cooper.
"Let food be thy medicine": fruitarians eat only raw fruit seeds and believe that cooked food weakens the immune system. Reporter Simon Parkes checks out the claims and samples a feast of raw foods. Producer Lucinda Montefiore
Revised at 7.20pm
By Frank Tuohy.
Miss Featherstone has great plans for her adopted daughters but the arrival of Canadian troops in the village changes everything.
Abridged and read by Brian Gear. Producer Viv Beeby Rpt
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Jonathan Dimbleby hosts a topical discussion in Blackpool with guests John Prescott MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party; Peter Riddell, assistant editor of The Times; and Diana Warwick, Chief Executive of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy.
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