25/02/2013

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Duration: 29 minutes

The couple from Essex who have chosen to go to prison rather than move out of the home they say is rightfully theirs.

A look at the trade in human misery right on our doorsteps.

Archaeologist Ben Robinson tells the story of how a photo in an archive at Cambridge University has led to a new discovery near Stonehenge. Much of the work has been done by local volunteers, making it one of the finest examples of how amateurs have changed the course of known history.

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Mon 25 Feb 2013 19:30 BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only

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  • Family's prison experience

    Nick Pryke

    A teenager whose parents have both gone to prison over a dispute about land they are camping on says the family will be "stronger" as a result.

     

    Asa and Gwen Pryke were given prison sentences last year after they refused to leave a site in Dedham, Essex.

     

    Colchester Borough Council had ordered the couple and their sons to leave the land as it does not belong to them.

     

    Read the full story on the BBC News website. 

Credits

Presenter
David Whiteley
Reporter
Ben Robinson
Series Editor
Diana Hare

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