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New series David Barby and Elizabeth Talbot appraise potential auction lots in Lincoln, and Paul Martin learns about life on the road from a Romany historian.


David Barby
Elizabeth Talbot
Paul Martin

2/8. Yorkshire/Lincolnshire. Local weatherman Paul Hudson takes in the cliffs at Flamborough Head as the region-by-region tour of England influenced by viewers' suggestions continues. Having taken to the skies in a microlight, he also admires the waterfall at Gordale Scar and the austere grandeur of the Wash.

(First shown on BBC Yorkshire/Lincolnshire)


Paul Hudson
Jon Stephens
Executive Producer:
Ali Rashid

Nick and Martin live in a converted forge with a tiny enclosed courtyard in south London's Kennington. Husband-and-wife team Erik de Meijer and Jane Hudson have the thorny task of creating a new garden. Director David Smith : Series producer Vanessa Jacksonl Chocolate-scented Cosmos/strawberry plant offers: p40


Erik de Meijer
Jane Hudson
David Smith
Vanessa Jacksonl

Regional Variations (2)

How Art Made the World

Episode 1: More Human than Human

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

First episode of Dr Nigel Spivey's series on the power of art. This episode uncovers the most commonly-used image of all - the human body.

Regional Variations (2)


Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Chris and Carl are brothers who are reunited after 15 years in a desperate search for Carl's son Paul. Their search takes them to Catterick but they are followed by a murderer. Show more

BBC4 on BBC2 As the mogul's vast publishing empire appears to crumble, this film in the Storyville strand sets out to examine Black's globetrotting newspaper deals and the plethora of controversy and resistance he has encountered along the way.
Director Debbie Melnyk : Series editor Nick Fraser


Debbie Melnyk
Nick Fraser

BBC Two England

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