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REAL LIVES SIX THINGS TO DO TODAY, WHATEVER TIME YOU GET OUT OF BED
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10am

Today sees the second of two London Open House days in full swing. Over 300 buildings, many not normally open to the public, will be on show all over the capital. Entry to all buildings is free, and last minute details of where you can go are available on the Open House '95 Hotline (0891-600 080)

11am

The last day of the Aberdeen Total Health Show should make you want to turn over a new leaf, with everything from food to exercise equipment. Exhibition and Conference Centre, Ellon Road, Bridge of Don (01224-824824). Open -6pm, pounds 3, concs pounds 1.50

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noon

This may prompt groans from unbearded souls who have never worn clogs, but Windsor hosts the final day of the Grass Roots Music Festival '95, featuring Nick Harper, the Roots Progress Band and Robb Johnson. From 12noon, tickets from pounds 9. Windsor Arts Centre, St Leonard's Road (01753- 859336)

1pm

For anyone interested in ancient remains, the Have a Go At Archaeology workshop at the Liverpool Museum is a must. Part of the celebrations for National Archaeology Day, this is a chance to meet an archaeologist and try your hand at sorting finds and reconstructing pottery. Workshop from 1pm to 4.30pm, admission free. (0151-478 4499)

2pm

For a taste of the weird and wonderful, see the Of Monsters And Miracles exhibition at the Croydon Clocktower. On show are mermaids, UFO parts, a furry trout and Uri Geller's Cadillac. Braithwaite Hall, Katherine Street (0181-253 1030). Open 11am-5pm, admission pounds 3, concs pounds 1.50

3pm

That renowned tea drinker Tony Benn will be having a cuppa with Ruth Winstone as part of the Rye Festival. This session represents a rare opportunity to listen to this fascinating speaker discuss diaries covering one of the most important periods of recent political history. From 3pm, admission pounds 6. George Hotel, Rye (01797-223778)

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