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David Whiteley with the local current affairs series.

Inside Out uncovers the truth behind Ambulance response times. The programme placed cameras on ambulances and in the Essex control room for the East Anglian Ambulance Trust to find out why ambulances miss their targets for responses to emergencies.

The parents campaigning for their free school bus to be reinstated - they say it's not safe for their children to walk 3 miles each way to school alongside unlit fast roads. The councils say they can't afford to keep running their free bus services.

And 100 years of Blakeney Point Nature Reserve - it was one of the first owned by the National Trust. We follow the warden through the reserve's 100th year as he looks after the rare wildlife on the tip of the shingle spit. He also has to manage the thousands of visitors attracted to this isolated part of the beautiful North Norfolk coast. The biggest danger to the breeding animals is disturbance by those visitors - one person walking in the wrong place or losing a dog could make the birds abandon their nests. It will be a good year if Britain's biggest colony of sandwich terns breeds successfully and the number of seal pups increases.

29 minutes

Last on

Mon 20 Feb 2012 19:30
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only


Role Contributor
PresenterDavid Whiteley
Executive ProducerDiana Hare
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