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Seven man-made wonders...
Seven man-made wonders

Thursday 5 October,

7-7.30pm, BBC2

Great buildings to be found in the south-east, including Canterbury Cathedral and Brighton Pavilion.


Thursday 5 October, 11-11.30pm, Radio 4

Comedy about local government officer Martin Christmas. Martin is yearning for inner peace but is held back by his annual visit to the council diversity workshop, having to come up with slogans for a Rubbish Bus and by pagans in the youth and leisure department trying to recruit him.

Feeding frenzy: convenient cuisine

Friday 6 October, 7-7.30pm, BBC2

In the first of a two part series Max Flint reports on the rise of ready meals and the impact such convenience foods are having the nation's health.

Britain's youngest mums and dads 2006

Tuesday 10 October, 9-10.30pm, ITV1

This film explores why having a baby young has appealed to nine teenagers, including 13 and 15 year-old girls juggling motherhood with school and a young couple who have had a baby every year since they married at 19.

Integrating the gender duty into your equality strategy

Tuesday 31 October, Jury's Inn, Great Russell Street, London WC1

Ensuring your workforce reflects diversity in your community is a complex juggling act. With an April deadline looming, the conference should help you embed gender equality in your organisation.


Interpreting & implementing local development frameworks

Wednesday 8 November, Earls Court Conference Centre, London SW5

This is an event that you must attend if you need clarity on the new planning process.


Developing support staff in schools

29 November 2006, Victory Services Club, London W2

Support staff in schools represent a huge untapped resource that can be used to deliver real improvement on the national agreement, Every Child Matters, the 14-19 strategy and extended schools. This course will help you develop and train non-teaching staff.


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