Films chronicling a year in the life of individuals in 90s Britain.
Don't 't Mess with God. Video-walls, pop promos and prayer are the weapons used by Steve and Dennis, evangelists battling for God. Travelling the country with their marquee, their evangelical movement targets kids, but to what end and at what cost?
Producer Peter Gordon
Executive producer Paul Watson • STEREO
Presented by John Inverdale and Frances Edmonds.
Featuring a look into the art of seduction or how to bluff your way through without too much of a mess on the floor.
What's the biggest fib you've ever told in an amorous encounter?
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Ian Hislop and Nick Newman 's epic tale of power, love, passion and oil. Prince Saudi's oil deal will bring peace to the civilised world. What could possibly go wrong? Well, Cravate and Pomeroy's bitter rivalry could mess things up for a start. Meanwhile, back in a 1960s flashback, Cravate's wedding to Lady Arabella ends in a vow to end all vows.
With Toby Longworth and Steve Steen Producer Colin Swash
r Last in the series about life aboard the Royal Naval warship HMS Brilliant.
Homeward Bounders. The crew are close to going home, but not before a change of command in Sardinia and a stop in Gibraltar where the traditional gruelling race to the top of the Rock takes place. See today's choices. Director/Producer Christopher Terrill
Chris Serle goes on an electric discovery, taking a look at some of this century's more unusual electronic musical instruments. He finds out the answers to questions such as: What is the Theremin? Who invented the pick-up? Why was a French priest messing about with static electricity and bells? And why did the Beatles use a Melotron in Strawberry Helds Forever? Producer Neil George
Documentary series about how we live today.
The Partners. Seventy years ago. John Spedan Lewis gave away his store to his workers. Today, the John Lewis Partnership maintains its democratic structure, despite the pressures of a competitive market.
This film reveals its secrets - from the head office "Intelligence Department" to the Peter Jones "Dog Mess Log". See today's choices.
Producer Daniel Reed ; Series editor
First of a six-part series seeking the truth behind public perceptions of prominent figures.
The Macmillans: Portrait of a Political
Marriage. Harold Macmillan 's slogan was" " you ' ve never had it so good." But behind his cool façade was a private life in turmoil. See today's choices. Producer Leonie Jameson ; Series editor
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Eighth in a ten-part wartime family saga, starring
Cricket. August 1940: as Harry Slater 's wounds heal, he faces difficult choices. See today's choices.
Written by Brian Thompson : Producer Peter Norris
Director Robert Tronson Stereo Subtitied
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Continuing the time-travelling comedy series.
In the Mood. It seems that Gary may not be the only one who can go back to 1942. See today's choices.
Written by Sam Lawrence : Director Robin Nash
Producer John Bartlett
Return ofthe irreverent music quiz hosted by Mark Lamarr , with regular team captains
Phill Jupitus and Sean Hughes. The guests are Simon Le Bon ,
Karen Poole , Ian Dury and Kathy Burke. See today's choices.
Director Paul Wheeler : Producer Richard Wilson Digital widescreen
Litter. The Tweenies have fun playing pass-the-parcel - but what a mess they make.
Repeated 3.25pm BBC1 (S) (W)
The third instalment of the four-part drama, starring
Lee Ingleby and Paul McGann , written by Bryan Elsley.
David heads south, meets up again with Jenny, and joins protesters tunnelling under an airport development. Contains strong language and nudity. See Choice.
Producer Catherine Wearing ; Director Joe Wright (S) (W) BBC VIDEO: available from 28 February, price £14.99. Alison Graham 's TV Review: page 50
Adam Hart-Davis examines more Roman innovations.
Arteries of the Empire. Tonight Hart-Davis analyses the Romans' ingenious surveying methods that enabled them to build their arrow-straight roads. He also commissions a replica of an ingenious giant water wheel used to remove water from flooded Welsh gold mines. See Choice.
Director Paul King: Series producer Martin Mortimore (S) (W)
Central Park. Just ten days after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Dr Regina Peruggi, president of the New York Central Park Conservancy, leaves her Rfth Avenue office to work as a gardener in Central Park, where duties include clearing dog mess and cleaning up after drug users.
Series producer Joanna Ball
Executive producer Bill Grist (S) (W)
The series examining fads of recent decades ends with the dreams, trips, movies and music marking the end of the psychedelic sixties, a time when all you needed was love. Producer Andy Baybutt ; Executive producer Alan Brown
Arena revisits its 1995 Bafta-nominated Sellers trilogy, this time using only film shot by the late comic, who died in July 1980. Sellers is seen at home, on set, on holiday and in carefully stage-managed scenarios in this revealing treasure-trove. The programme includes previously unseen footage featuring Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, and of Prince Charles at Sellers's home, all three royals appearing very much at ease. Also featured are family and friends including his wives Anne Levy , Britt Ekland and Lynne Frederick , Orson Welles , Sophia Loren , fellow
Goon Spike Milligan , Pink Panther co-star Herbert Lorn and director Blake Edwards.
Producers Anthony Wall and Peter Lydon (Revised rpt) Only Two Can Play, starring Peter Sellers , is on Tuesday at 1.35pm on BBC2 Teach yourself Peter Sellers: page 47
Home consultant Dawna Walter and clearance specialist Mark Franks help more people struggling with clutterto streamline their lives in this second six-part series. Busy single mother Kate Gardner is the first to dejunk her life.
Series producer Sara Woodford ; Executive producer Carrie Britton Laundry service: page 41
Dawn French stars in Simon Nye 's new six-part comedy series. One Home Good, Two Homes Bad. Mary Trewednack spearheads a campaign against second homes.
Producer Paul Schlesinger ; Director Jonathan Gershfield Dawn of a new era: page 16
Under the Cosh. Jackie decides to take some risks, while Jim is forced to question his father during a murder inquiry.
Written by Joe Ainsworth ; Producer Chris Ballantyne
The Gravy Train. Rule-breaking, malpractice and sloth on Britain's busiest transport system are costing us millions. Secret documents and covert film footage of maintenance gangs working for London Underground are among the evidence gathered by reporter Paul Kenyon and his team. Producer Nick Aarons : Series director Derek Jones