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By Julia Keay. Scotland has a parliament once more. Three hundred years ago, political union was forced on a bankrupt nation. Half of Scotland's wealth, and thousands of lives, had been lost in a disastrous venture which attempted to set up a Scottish trading colony in Panama on the Isthmus of Darien. This tragic story is brought to life as a moving drama for the dawn of devolution. Producer Keith Halden
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By Winsome Pinnock. Monica is just 12 when her dad wins custody and introduces her to the techniques of conning. Using her innocence to charm victims, he draws her into a double act which slides from simple shoplifting to elaborate heists at the expense of friends, relatives and even lovers. with Elizabeth Roberts , Eddie Nestor , Donna Croll and Sukie Smith
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Eleanor Oldroyd looks at relegation in football, as a dozen or so clubs enter the final weeks of the season. Former player Gary O'Reilly reports on the professional and financial impact of dropping down a division. Also, with a week to go until the start of the Cricket World Cup, there is a special report from Sri Lanka on England's first opponents. Producer Simon Crosse
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