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The Resurrection. In the second of two programmes on "The Peckham Experiment", Simon Parkes discovers how a controversial public health experiment which finished 45 years ago, is now at the centre of a new drive to link fitness to health in leisure centres around the country. The views of members of the original experiment are now being sought, and their ideas, formed during the 30s, are showing a surprising relevance to today's inner-city problems. Producer Sue Broom
The British have never been enthusiastic crayfish eaters, but things are changing as a large alien species colonises our rivers. Great eating or an environmental disaster? Producer Sheila Dillon. Rvsd rpt Mon 7.20pm
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