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Caroline Wyatt travels to Belgium as it prepares to co-host Euro 2000, Europe's premier football tournament. But a murkier side to football is emerging- the trade in young African players, many of whom end up as illegal immigrants with little chance of kicking a ball. Producer Leonida Krushelnycky
Final episode of Jenny McDade 's bittersweet comedy series about a slimming club. 5: Better Wed Than Dead. It is Kelly's wedding day, and the rest of the slimming club rally round to give her a day she will never forget - though she may want to. with Michael Troughton , Anne Reid ,
Julia Deakin , Tilly Gaunt. Harry Myers and Frances Jeater. Producer Sally Avens Repeated Sunday 8pm
The last in a series of plays exploring the minds of three of history's most celebrated killers.
David Pownall recreates the events of 14 April 1865, when 30 minutes into the performance of Our American Cousin, in the Ford Theatre, Washington, John Wilkes Booth entered President Abraham Lincoln's state box, and shot him dead. With Nathan Osgood as John Wilkes Booth and Carlos Antonion as Davey Herold.
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Beauty might really be in the eye of the beholder. Trevor Phillips investigates new research that suggests a genetic basis for our appreciation of beauty. Producer John Watkins
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Vintage sitcom by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn , starring
Paul Eddington as Jim Hacker and Nigel Hawthorne as Sir Humphrey.
The Right to Know. The significance of "significant" is signified most signally. with Gerry Cowper , Peter Cellier and Carole Boyd. Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
The first of four programmes in which Professor Christopher Andrew and his guests rewrite history by imagining how events from the past could have been different. 1: The Fire of London What if someone had a small blaze one Sunday morning in 1666 in a bakery in London's Pudding Lane and had thrown a damp cloth over it? Producer Ian Bell
Thomas Sutcliffe and guests, children's literary specialist Wendy Cooling and poet Kit Wright. choose three classic paperbacks for children which are also good adult reads. Producer Christine Hall Repeat
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