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The second in a four-part series in which Dr Raj Persaud reveals the secretive world of hostage negotiation. The Spaghetti House Siege (1975)This was a robbery that went wrong. As the police arrived, the gunmen took refuge in the storeroom of the Knightsbridge restaurant, taking the staff hostage. The siege lasted five days and was the first of its kind in Britain. Producer Sally Flatman
England v Australia
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John is in charge, and Tony wants Eddie to join him.
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The second of two programmes in which leading thinkers present essays on original ideas.
Over the Sea to Sky. The metaphor
"white horses on the sea" leads Nigel Lewis into a past and magical world. Producer Matt Thompson Repeat
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