The New Europeans

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David Neil Lodge presents six views of life in a European city through the eyes of one of its British residents.

1: Palermo. Having had his first heart attack at the age of 32, David Russell gave up his well-paid job and tieaded out to Palermo, a city riddled with crime, corruption and unemployment. He has found that he prefers living on little money in this beautiful but dilapidated city.

Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat

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Unknown: David Neil Lodge

Unknown: David Russell

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Six views of life in a European city through the eyes of one of its British residents.

2: Gdansk. Pia Regan discovered Gdansk when the excitement of Solidarity drew her to smuggle computers for the cause. Now she teaches management skills, but, as David Neil Lodge finds, the town is beginning to realise that economic freedom comes at a cost.

Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat

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Unknown: David Neil Lodge

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The British residents of six individual

European cities share their views of life. Presented by David Neil Lodge. 3: Tel Aviv. Dr Andrew Fink left rainy

Manchester for a sunny life in Israel's Tel Aviv. In a country with too many doctors he was lucky to get a job, and now he is happy to melt into the Israeli ambience - fervently embracing army duties, bad manners and even folk dancing.

Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat

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Presented By: David Neil Lodge.

Unknown: Dr Andrew Fink

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The British residents of six different

European cities share their views of life. Presented by David Neil Lodge.

4: Luxembourg. Jamie Reid finds that this tiny country's quiet confidence has some surprising lessons for Scottish nationalists like himself.

Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat

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Presented By: David Neil Lodge.

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David Neil Lodge presents the series in which British residents of six different European cities share their views of life. 5: Skopje

The capital of the newly independent Macedonia was just the right place for Keith Aleandri when he needed a fresh start after a crisis in his life.

Producer Sukey Firth Repeat

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Unknown: David Neil Lodge

Unknown: Keith Aleandri

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David Neil Lodge presents the last of the series in which British residents of six European cities share their views of life. Reykjavik

Icelanders are having to share their little oasis with increasing numbers of foreigners. Reykjavik now sports a one-street Chinatown, as well as a sizeable British population who lost their hearts to the island and its strong-minded inhabitants. Producer Vibeke Venema Repeat

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David Neil Lodge presents six views of life in a European city through the eyes of one of its British residents.

1: `Palermo'.

Having had his first heart attack at the age of 32, David Russell gave up his well-paid civil service job and headed out to Palermo, a city riddled with crime, corruption and unemployment.

He prefers living on little money in this beautiful but delapidated city where he has adapted to the Sicilian way - survival of the fittest.

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Views of life in each of six European cities through the eyes of a British resident.

Presented by David Neil Lodge.

2: Tel Aviv.

Dr Andrew Fink left rainy Manchester for a sunny life in Tel Aviv.

In a country with too many doctors he was lucky to get a job, and now he is happy to melt into the Israeli ambience - fervently embracing army duties, bad manners and even folk dancing.

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Six views of life in a European city through the eyes of one of its British residents.

3: `Gdansk'.

Pia Regan discovered Gdansk when the excitement of Solidarnosc drew her to smuggle computers for the cause.

Now she teaches American-style management skills to a new generation of yuppies, but, as David Neil Lodge finds, the town is beginning to realise that economic freedom comes at a cost.

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The British residents of six different European cities share their views of life.

Presented by David Neil Lodge.

4: `Luxembourg'.

Heralded as the Gibraltar of the North, Luxembourg makes no sensational claims for itself.

But Jamie Reid finds that the tiny country's quiet confidence has some surprising lessons for Scottish nationalists like himself.

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The British residents of six different European cities share their views of life.

Presented by David Neil Lodge.

Skopje.

Capital of the newly independent Macedonia, Skopje was just the right place for Keith Aleandri when he needed a fresh start after a crisis in his life.

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David Neil Lodge presents the last of the series of views of European cities through the eyes of British expats.

6: Reykjavik.

The capital of Iceland now sports a sizeable British population who lost their hearts to the island and its strong-minded inhabitants.

crisis made him question his lifestyle and values.