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The family who were caught up in the Boxing Day floods who say that they have had no help since. What happens when a small town receives a huge influx of migrant workers?

Inside Out Yorkshire and Lincolnshire presented by Paul Hudson. The Boxing Day floods caused huge landslides which closed roads, blocked canals and even forced people from their homes. We meet a family who say they've had no help since the earth crashed down on their house, as well as the scientists developing new technology to predict landslides. Also we find out what happens when a small town has a huge influx of migrant workers, and hear the story of the man who fled Nazi Germany and took on a new identity to join RAF Bomber Command.

30 minutes

Last on

Mon 22 Feb 2016 19:30

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Role Contributor
Presenter Paul Hudson
Editor Nicola Addyman

Broadcast

  • Mon 22 Feb 2016 19:30