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The second of four programmes about party-going since the Edwardian era. Party etiquette has changed over the century, just like society itself. But even in the midst of the Second World War. some things never changed. Producer Tony Sellors
David Stafford presents more ideas for the weekend ahead. Travel writer
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Jonathan Dimbleby and his guests, including Transport Minister Glenda Jackson and Shadow Minister for
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