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England v Sri Lanka
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A Crisis of the Liver- the Auvergne In the last episode in this series exploring the regions of France, comedian Linda Smith goes in search of the French cure for everything-water: mineral, spa and volcanic.... and plenty to drink. Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Spurred on by the recent riots in Oldham, a young Indian woman questions her grandmother about how their family first came to England. Reluctant at first, the grandmother finally recounts the story of Meena, a very young children's nurse, who had been brought to England at the end of the 19th century only to be shamefully abandoned on the quay-side by her employers.
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Nick Clarke chairs the debate from Driffield in East Yorkshire with a panel including Ben Gill, president of the National Farmers Union, Lord Lamont, and Phil Willis, Liberal Democrat MP for Harrogate.
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By David Pownall. A creature presents itself to immigration at Swansea. Customs cannot determine for sure its origins, its identity, or even its gender. But one thing is clear. It is a human being.
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