Five BBC correspondents look back at the history of their adopted cities through the writings of earlier visitors.
2: Dublin. Leo Enright picks his way through the letters of writers, politicians and Queen Victoria herself to create a picture of his native country. Producer Kate Whitehead Rpt
Tim Marlowe sees two very different exhibitions: Spellbound at the Hayward Gallery is a celebration of 20th century art and film, while the National Gallery exhibition
Masterpieces from the Doria
Pamphilji Gallery, Rome features
Caravaggio's Flight into Egypt and a portrait of Pope Innocent X by Velazquez.
Producer Celia Toynbee
Phil's got a friend.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a debate in Grimsby, with guests Diane Abbott MP; Charles Kennedy MP, Liberal Democrat European Affairs spokesperson; and Peter Temple-Morris MP.
Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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