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: History: History Quest

Rory McGrath discovers that the image of Boudica as aflame-haired warrior queen in a chariot is an invention of the Victorians

: History: House Detectives

The detectives are called in to investigate a room which maybe haunted (S)

: History: Conquistadors

Michael Wood retells the story of the ill-fated expedition in 1541 to find the mythical El Dorado (S)

: History: One Foot in the Kitchen

How stately homes open up their kitchens and servants' quarters to visitors (S)

: Arts: Changing Stages. Law of Gravity

Richard Eyre looks at the challenges to theatre by film and television (S)

: Arts: Brief Encounters - Jeff Koons

Artist Jeff Koons introduces his 'Puppy', which is fashioned from flowers

: Arts: Masterclass

Pop artist Peter Blake discusses his career

: Arts: Culture Fix

A look at kitsch - an art form which, despite the sneers of the style gurus, remains enduringly popular

: History: History Quest

Rory McGrath discovers that the image of Boudica as aflame-haired warrior queen in a chariot is an invention of the Victorians

: History: House Detectives

The detectives are called in to investigate a room which maybe haunted (S)

: History: Conquistadors

Michael Wood retells the story of the ill-fated expedition in 1541 to find the mythical El Dorado (S)

: History: One Foot in the Kitchen

How stately homes open up their kitchens and servants' quarters to visitors (S)

: Arts: Changing Stages. Law of Gravity

Richard Eyre looks at the challenges to theatre by film and television (S)

: Arts: Brief Encounters - Jeff Koons

Artist Jeff Koons introduces his 'Puppy', which is fashioned from flowers

: Arts: Masterclass

Pop artist Peter Blake discusses his career

: Arts: Culture Fix

A look at kitsch - an art form which, despite the sneers of the style gurus, remains enduringly popular

: History: History Quest

Rory McGrath discovers that the image of Boudica as aflame-haired warrior queen in a chariot is an invention of the Victorians

: History: House Detectives

The detectives are called in to investigate a room which maybe haunted (S)

: History: Conquistadors

Michael Wood retells the story of the ill-fated expedition in 1541 to find the mythical El Dorado (S)

: History: One Foot in the Kitchen

How stately homes open up their kitchens and servants' quarters to visitors (S)

: Arts: Changing Stages. Law of Gravity

Richard Eyre looks at the challenges to theatre by film and television (S)

: Arts: Brief Encounters - Jeff Koons

Artist Jeff Koons introduces his 'Puppy', which is fashioned from flowers

: Arts: Masterclass

Pop artist Peter Blake discusses his career

: Arts: Culture Fix

A look at kitsch - an art form which, despite the sneers of the style gurus, remains enduringly popular

: History: History Quest

Rory McGrath discovers that the image of Boudica as aflame-haired warrior queen in a chariot is an invention of the Victorians

: History: House Detectives

The detectives are called in to investigate a room which maybe haunted (S)

: History: Conquistadors

Michael Wood retells the story of the ill-fated expedition in 1541 to find the mythical El Dorado (S)

: History: One Foot in the Kitchen

How stately homes open up their kitchens and servants' quarters to visitors (S)

: Arts: Changing Stages. Law of Gravity

Richard Eyre looks at the challenges to theatre by film and television (S)

: Arts: Brief Encounters - Jeff Koons

Artist Jeff Koons introduces his 'Puppy', which is fashioned from flowers

: Arts: Masterclass

Pop artist Peter Blake discusses his career

: Arts: Culture Fix

A look at kitsch - an art form which, despite the sneers of the style gurus, remains enduringly popular

: Closedown









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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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