|19920811||"Sylvia Horn reports from the front line of the new|
British invasion of the Dordogne.
1: On the Job. The partners from Newhaven are trying to build a four-star campsite; the Scots couple are staging spectacles in schools and town squares; while the accountant from
Newbury is now the local estate agent. And, for the past year at the Prince
Noir restaurant, reporter Sylvia Horn and her family have been soldiering on. Producer Joy Hatwood
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|19920818||Sylvia Horn reports on her first year in France.|
2: And the Living is Easy? At the village school outside Eymet almost a quarter of the pupils are now English. The cricket club is flourishing and the Anglican church holds regular services. Are the Dordogne Brits just paying lip service to la vie FranÃ§aise? Producer Joy Hatwood
|19930214||"1: On the Job|
A family from Newhaven plan a four-star campsite, while a Newbury accountant is now the local estate agent. Both are part of the current British invasion of the Dordogne and, for twelve months, reporter Sylvia Horn and her family joined in. Producer Joy Hatwood."
|19930221||2: And the Living is Easy. Sylvia Horn reports on the year she took her family to live among the Brits in the Dordogne.|
Producer Joy Hatwood