Margaret Jay's Paddington

Episodes

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I To most people, Paddington I means either a station or a bear. But when TV journalist Margaret Jay became Labour frontbench peer Baroness Jay of Paddington, friends' children dubbed her "the Bearess", and the nickname stuck.

1: Paddington Bearess. In the first of three programmes, "the Bearess" explores her urban lair and traces the area's history. Producer Jill Marshall

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Unknown: Margaret Jay

Producer: Jill Marshall

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I Firstofthreeprogrammesinwhich I Labour frontbench peer Baroness

Jay of Paddington explores her urban lair.

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2: Aids. As former Director of the National Aids Trust, and now Labour frontbench spokesperson on health in the House of Lords, Baroness Jay of Paddington has hands-on experience of the area's pioneering role in the fight against Aids. Producer Jill Marshall

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Producer: Jill Marshall

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2: Aids. Baroness Jay of Paddington visits some of the pioneering medical and support organisations in her area.

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Little Venice to Kensul Green In the last of the series, Paddington Bearess (alias Baroness Jay of Paddington) takes her daily constitutional along the canal. Producer Jill Marshall

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Baroness Jay of Paddington concludes a three-part exploration of her urban lair.