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6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
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5/5 Hebrides, Faeroes, South-East Iceland. By Charlie Connelly. "Believe me, you truly know you're getting on a bit when you're older than a flipping volcano.' For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
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As the political temperature heats up over divorce laws, howjustified are claims that family courts are putting the rights and interests of mothers above those of fathers and of children? With Clive Coleman. producer jim Frank
3/4. The topical historical, satirical panel show, hosted by Clive Anderson. With team captains John O'Farrell and Gyles Brandreth , the panellists set out to prove that there's nothing new under, or in, The Sun. Producer Ed Morrish Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion at Durham School, Durham. The panellists include the former secretary of state for health Alan Milburn ; the former Tory minister David Curry ; John Swinney , leader of the Scottish National Party; and Anne Leslie , special correspondent forthe DailyMail.
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Kate has died, suddenly and prematurely. Her husband David and their two children are initially too shattered to mourn this appalling loss. Then David gets a call from an adoption agency. They say that before her death Kate had been trying to trace her birth mother who had given her up for adoption. Now she has been found, but can David and the children bear to meet her? By Robin Mukherjee. Starring James Fleet.
3/6. David Aaronovitch hosts another edition of the talk show that invites guests from around the world to observe, parody and dissect the habits of the British from a foreign perspective. Producer Charlie Taylor
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