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Episode 23

A report on the government's controversial plan to build a tunnel to reroute traffic from the A303 near Stonehenge. Jon Cuthill updates some of the stories from the series.

Building Stonehenge may have begun five thousand years ago, but the Bronze Age monument is still at the heart of a planning battle. This time it's the government that's under attack over its proposals to dig a tunnel near the Stones to reroute traffic from the busy A303. For the first time, the farmer on the land where the tunnel will be dug speaks out - and she's not happy.
Jon Cuthill takes tea to a tiger as he revisits some recent Inside Out stories to find out what happened after our cameras stopped filming, and the National Trust's butterfly man, Matthew Oates, heads to Hampshire to introduce us to some of his favourite butterflies.

30 minutes

Last on

Sun 2 Apr 2017 16:30

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Presenter Jon Cuthill

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Surprising real-life stories and investigations from your part of England.