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Alastair McKee investigates the growing issue of fly-grazing, where horse owners illegally leave their animals on land they do not own. Helping to combat the problem is the bailiff who goes to remove those horses in the middle of the night.

We also follow one family who is struggling to cope after the closure of the clinic that supported their child with his mental health issues.

And on its 70th anniversary, we tell the story of Britain's first ever jet fighter: the Gloster Meteor, with Lord Tebbit recounting the excitement of flying a plane that marked a new era in aviation history.

29 minutes

Last on

Mon 21 Oct 2013 19:30
BBC One HD, West only


Role Contributor
PresenterAlastair McKee
Series EditorDimitri Houtart
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