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Dangerous Passions

This TV series explores the effects of three of our most explosive emotions - jealousy, anger and desire.

A little of these emotions is a good thing, but too much can cause trouble...

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 TV Programmes - BBC One

First shown May 2005

Jealousy - Programme 1

Anger - Programme 2

Desire - Programme 3

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