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26/09/2016

Jo Taylor examines allegations of historic abuse at a religious centre. And the programme goes behind the scenes of the oldest annual horse race in the world, the Town Plate.

Jo Taylor examines allegations of historic abuse at a religious centre. We ask whether the mistakes of the past have been addressed properly. Inside Out investigates the wire bridges being built to help bats to cross a new dual carriageway. They're costing nearly a million pounds of public money, yet research into their effectiveness says they don't work. So why are they still being built on this Norfolk County Council Project?

We go behind the scenes of the oldest annual horse race in the world, the Town Plate, which is run every year in Newmarket. It was invented by royalty, King Charles II, and has been running for 350 years.

29 minutes

Last on

Mon 26 Sep 2016 19:30

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter David Whiteley
Reporter Jo Taylor
Series Producer Paul Baker
Editor Maggie Dolan

Broadcast

  • Mon 26 Sep 2016 19:30