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  • Dangerous Dogs

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    Transmission: Thu 27 Mar 2014

    The second programme in the series looks at how the law on dangerous dogs is being enforced.

  • Didier Drogba: Sports Life Stories

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    Transmission: Tue 25 Mar 2014

    Footballer Didier Drogba talks to Ned Boulting about his sporting life - from signing for Chelsea for a then-record £24 million to winning the Champions League and his efforts to bring peace to his war-torn home country, Ivory Coast.

  • The Agenda

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    Transmission: Mon 24 Mar 2014

    Tonight’s guests are Labour leader Ed Miliband MP, David Baddiel and Sarah Vine.

  • Ian Wright: Nothing to Something

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    Transmission: Tue 11 Mar 2014

    Ian Wright talks about the struggles in his early life and career.

  • Dangerous Dogs

    Tue 04 Mar 2014

    A new documentary series for ITV, Dangerous Dogs, takes a graphic look at the dramatic rise in the number of dog attacks in Britain and the devastating consequences. 

  • Dangerous Dogs

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    Transmission: Thu 20 Mar 2014

    A graphic look at the rise in the number of dog attacks and the devastating consequences in a new documentary series. 

  • Ade at Sea

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    Transmission: Thu 20 Mar 2014

    In this six-part ITV series, comedian and presenter Ade Edmondson sets sail to explore Britain’s maritime past and discovers how it continues to influence the lives of the people who still depend on the sea today.

  • Student Nurses: Bedpans and Bandages

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    Transmission: Fri 21 Mar 2014

    From rock drummers to carpet fitters, Student Nurses: Bedpans and Bandages follows the diverse backgrounds and lives of trainee nurses in Birmingham and Manchester, with all the pressures, emotions and challenges they face both in training and on the wards. 

  • I Never Knew That About Britain

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    Transmission: Mon 17 Mar 2014

    Paul Martin heads to the ‘Centre of London’ - the point to which all distances are measured from. Suzannah Lipscomb jumps on a horse to reveal why we drive on the left and Steve Mould discovers a great British invention that has gone on to save millions of lives across the world.

  • Billy Connolly’s Big Send Off

    Tue 04 Mar 2014

    Billy Connolly explores the last taboo, death, in a brand new documentary series commissioned by ITV.

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