Artist Jeremy Jessel traverses the countryside with six different walkers. 3: Military historian Julian Humphreys explains the long-term effects of war on the landscape as he starts his walk at the Stiper Stones in Shropshire. Producer Lucy Lunt
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Jane Goes off the Fairway with Jon Glover , Sue Holderness, Gordon Kane , Jonathan Cecil and Anna Sharkey. Producer Edward Taylor Repeat
The murder-mystery panel game.
Simon Brett is in the chair as guest investigators Tim Heald and Margaret Yorke try to solve this week's crime, Death and Two Copies, Please. Witnesses are played by Maria McEriane and Lee Simpson. Producer Ann Jobson
By Jane Buckler. When Rom falls in love with Julie, he discovers that real life is different from Shakespeare. with Karin Diamond , Rhys Miles Thomas , Helen Griffin , Richard Goodfield ,
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Andrew Sachs visits the Colne Valley, Newburgh and Crianlarich to find out how communities driven by a strong concern for the environment are setting about transforming the place where they live. 1: New Beginnings Producer Sandra Sykes
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Lytham, Lanes, by panellists including Liz Lynne , prospective European parliamentary candidate for the Liberal Democrats, and Mark Seddon , editor of Tribune. Producer Anne Peacock
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By David Zane Mairowitz. Bradley sets out to prove that Joan of Arc's "voices" were epileptic fits brought on by the ringing of church bells. Recorded on location in Joan of Arc's birthplace, Domremy-la-Pucelle. with Sylvain Corthay. Fred Personne , Camille Brenot and Michel Sidoroff
Director David Zane Mairowitz
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