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Prized possessions

Gillean Craig watches Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners

False assumptions

Gillean Craig enjoys a programme about Lord Bragg that is "more revealing and more touching than anything I had seen previously"

Perfect match

Gillean Craig thinks that a marriage experiment raises more questions than it answers

Heavyweight pair

Gillean Craig watches a meeting of minds

Tribal soap opera

Gillean Craig finds The Tribe exactly like EastEnders. Except real, and altogether more admirable

Auntie’s war effort

Gillean Craig finds a programme about the BBC and war has extraordinary personal and national resonance;

Tropical getaway

Gillean Craig witnesses a "breaktakingly beautiful" creation in the Tongan archipelago

Life in the present

Gillean Craig is moved by an exploration of dementia

Dreams and visions

Gillean Craig sees a "persuasive work of revisionism" about Winston Churchill

Gruel and truffles

David Winter tunes into Benefits Britain

Evening classes

Gillean Craig finds a brilliant retelling of "the eternal theme of the pity of war"

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Fri 31 Jul 15 @ 18:59
@steveLIVS @RhodesWriter @c_of_e It wasn't our data, it was a survey by the British Election Study. HS

Fri 31 Jul 15 @ 15:25
Giving in @c_of_e up to £1 billion. But number of givers falling