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: Tots Time

Richard McCourt visits the Tweenies and discovers colours (W)

: Voyager

Sally Gray helps Voyager understand how science has changed the way that humans live (W)

: Dynamo

Dynamo and Slomo learn to count, tell the time and make things (W)

: Voyager

futuristic learning (W)

: History: One Foot in the Past-Sculpture Special

do people appreciate modern sculpture? Plus a visit to Manchester's Old Wellington Inn, built in 1653, which survived an IRA bomb better than many of its later neighbours from the 1960s (S)

: History: Timewatch. Alamo

in 1836 nearly 200 Texans were slaughtered at the Alamo including Davy Crockett, by 1,600 Mexicans. The story captured the American imagination, but in the retelling the truth became distorted Over 160 years on, can fact be separated from fiction? (W)

: History: Timewatch. Tales from the Oklahoma Land Runs

stories from descendants of the pioneers who raced across the northwestern plains of Oklahoma in 1893 (S) (W)

: Arts: Tate Modern. Rebecca Horn is Travelling

concluding the series celebrating the opening of the TateModem by examining the work of the German artist Rebecca Horn (S) (W)

: Arts: Dance for the Camera

The Reunion: an original dance film from choreographer Ian Spink and director Jayne Parker

: Arts: Culture Fix. Dance Music

This edition delves into dance music from the 1930s to the present day (W)

: Arts: Culture fix. World Music

interviews with Peter Gabriel, Baaba Maal and Youssou N'dour (W)

: History: One Foot in the Past-Sculpture Special

do people appreciate modern sculpture? Plus a visit to Manchester's Old Wellington Inn, built in 1653, which survived an IRA bomb better than many of its later neighbours from the 1960s (S)

: History: Timewatch. Alamo

in 1836 nearly 200 Texans were slaughtered at the Alamo including Davy Crockett, by 1,600 Mexicans. The story captured the American imagination, but in the retelling the truth became distorted Over 160 years on, can fact be separated from fiction? (W)

: History: Timewatch. Tales from the Oklahoma Land Runs

stories from descendants of the pioneers who raced across the northwestern plains of Oklahoma in 1893 (S) (W)

: Arts: Tate Modern. Rebecca Horn is Travelling

concluding the series celebrating the opening of the TateModem by examining the work of the German artist Rebecca Horn (S) (W)

: Arts: Dance for the Camera

The Reunion: an original dance film from choreographer Ian Spink and director Jayne Parker

: Arts: Culture Fix. Dance Music

This edition delves into dance music from the 1930s to the present day (W)

: Arts: Culture fix. World Music

interviews with Peter Gabriel, Baaba Maal and Youssou N'dour (W)

: History: One Foot in the Past-Sculpture Special

do people appreciate modern sculpture? Plus a visit to Manchester's Old Wellington Inn, built in 1653, which survived an IRA bomb better than many of its later neighbours from the 1960s (S)

: History: Timewatch. Alamo

in 1836 nearly 200 Texans were slaughtered at the Alamo including Davy Crockett, by 1,600 Mexicans. The story captured the American imagination, but in the retelling the truth became distorted Over 160 years on, can fact be separated from fiction? (W)

: History: Timewatch. Tales from the Oklahoma Land Runs

stories from descendants of the pioneers who raced across the northwestern plains of Oklahoma in 1893 (S) (W)

: Arts: Tate Modern. Rebecca Horn is Travelling

concluding the series celebrating the opening of the TateModem by examining the work of the German artist Rebecca Horn (S) (W)

: Arts: Dance for the Camera

The Reunion: an original dance film from choreographer Ian Spink and director Jayne Parker

: Arts: Culture Fix. Dance Music

This edition delves into dance music from the 1930s to the present day (W)

: Arts: Culture fix. World Music

interviews with Peter Gabriel, Baaba Maal and Youssou N'dour (W)

: History: One Foot in the Past-Sculpture Special

do people appreciate modern sculpture? Plus a visit to Manchester's Old Wellington Inn, built in 1653, which survived an IRA bomb better than many of its later neighbours from the 1960s (S)

: History: Timewatch. Alamo

in 1836 nearly 200 Texans were slaughtered at the Alamo including Davy Crockett, by 1,600 Mexicans. The story captured the American imagination, but in the retelling the truth became distorted Over 160 years on, can fact be separated from fiction? (W)

: History: Timewatch. Tales from the Oklahoma Land Runs

stories from descendants of the pioneers who raced across the northwestern plains of Oklahoma in 1893 (S) (W)

: Closedown









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