6.45 Science: A Feel for Space
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A series of programmes in which reporter
Damian Johnson tries his hand at a range of unusual sports. Today: land yachting.
Janet Vaughan , eminent scientist and brilliant academic, interviewed by Polly Toynbee.
The famous comedy duo star as two gas station attendants who inherit a haunted roadhouse after a gangster's death.
Director Arthur Lubin
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Musical romance starring
Ginger Rogers RayMilland
Dedicated fashion editor Liza
Elliot has little time for frivolous pleasures - an attitude that the men in her life find hard to accept.
Director Mitchell Leisen
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A documentary about the shortage of organ donors.
Julian Pettifer looks at the Shetland pony. Rpt
Live-action adventures of a car.
Cartoon fun for children.
The history of modern roses.
Followed by Odyssey
In 1990 photographs from the National Geographic Society's collection were exhibited in Washington, DC. The display provided a rare glimpse into the creative processes that inspired top photographers of the past century.
Followed by The Vase
A documentary, first shown in the Chronicle series, about one of the greatest treasures of the British Museum, a small vase of Roman glass, worth more than E30 million. Rpt
Regional News; Weather
The story of the great explorer and his epic voyage leading to the discovery of the New World.
Director David MacDonald
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Diego de Arana:
Luis de Santangel:
Western starring Clint Walker
Wyoming, 1880: a rancher faces ruin when his stock is attacked by a savage grizzly bear. His only course of action is to face the creature.
Director Joseph Pevney
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Daily programmes for Holy Week looking at the Passion story through art.
Veil of Veron ica. The only
Passion scene not found in the Gospels concerns Veronica, a woman who mops Christ's bloody face on the way to the Cross and receives a true image of His face on her cloth. Who is this mysterious woman and why has she captured the imaginations of painters for centuries?
The current affairs series explains the issues behind the south east's news headlines.
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME
In a provocative
four-part series, writer and naturalist Phil Drabble presents a personal view of the future of our rural environment.
He examines the inherent dangers of exploiting the countryside for profit, dealing with evidence of asset-stripping and vandalism. By way of contrast, he introduces people from all walks of life who are as determined as he is to leave the environment in a better state than they found it. Producer Michael Kerr
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A report on Rover's new which completes the company's post-Leyland line up. How will it fare against the new Honda Accord? And, as Donington
Park prepares to host a Grand Prix for the first time for 55 years, a trial of the new circuit in a Lotus 25, once raced by Jim Clark , the racing legend who died 25 years ago. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
CLASSIC AND SPORTS CAR SHOW: information about the show at Birmingham NECfrom 1 to3MayisonCeefaxp687.
Concluding part of the classic 1977 gothic romance based on Bram Stoker 's horror tale starring Louis Jourdan Frank Finlay and a distinguished cast.
An in-depth analysis of the day's main news.
With Francine Stock.
The Scottish edition this month goes to the opening of the world's first museum of comparative religion, St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art, nicknamed the Mumbo Jumbo Museum by Glaswegians.
And there's an exploration of a weird architectural phenomenon - Scotland's space-age water towers.
Editor Janice Hadlow
Knowledge-Based Systems How computers can help doctors with symptoms and prognoses.