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Families in the East are being separated by changes to immigration rules, which they say are unfair. Some employers say the new rules are damaging their businesses. The tidal surge of the night of December 5th left Steve and Jackie, from Hemsby, homeless. David Whiteley finds out what's happened to them, and whether the villagers' plan to build their own sea defences could protect them from future disasters. And a corner of a field that is forever England. The words of poet Rupert Brooke. We return to The Old Vicarage at Granchester near Cambridge to tell the story of one of the most famous poems of WW1.

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29 minutes

Last on

Mon 3 Mar 2014 19:30
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only


Role Contributor
PresenterDavid Whiteley
Series EditorDiana Hare