18/02/2013

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Duration: 29 minutes

Jon Cuthill investigates the powers of European arrest warrant which saw a Dorset man incarcerated in a former KGB jail. Plus saving our pubs - how communities across the south are battling to keep their local, and walking in the footsteps of Thomas Hardy, the places and landscapes that inspired Dorset's most famous author come to life through some of the people living there now.

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Mon 18 Feb 2013 19:30 BBC One Oxfordshire, South only

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  • Communities fight to save local pubs

    Closed public house

    Communities have been coming together to try and save their local pubs.

     

    Many landlords have been hit by a "perfect storm" of cheap supermarket alcohol prices and restrictive deals with breweries, according to Rick Muir from the Institute for Public Policy Research.

     

    Watch a video feature on the BBC News story about this programme.

Credits

Reporter
Jon Cuthill
Director
Jane Goddard
Series Producer
Jane French

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