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: The Greeks

the Revolution Series exploring the birth of the world's first democracy in ancient Athens. (S)

: Greeks

An account of the Greeks' victory against the Persians, described through the experiences of Themistocles. (S)

: Greeks

How Athenian democracy descended into mob rule, through the eyes of philosopher Socrates. (S)

: The Greeks

the Revolution Series exploring the birth of the world's first democracy in ancient Athens. (S)

: Greeks

An account of the Greeks' victory against the Persians, described through the experiences of Themistocles. (S)

: Greeks

How Athenian democracy descended into mob rule, through the eyes of philosopher Socrates. (S)

: The Greeks

the Revolution Series exploring the birth of the world's first democracy in ancient Athens. (S)

: Greeks

An account of the Greeks' victory against the Persians, described through the experiences of Themistocles. (S)

: Greeks

How Athenian democracy descended into mob rule, through the eyes of philosopher Socrates. (S)

: The Greeks

the Revolution Series exploring the birth of the world's first democracy in ancient Athens. (S)

: Greeks

An account of the Greeks' victory against the Persians, described through the experiences of Themistocles. (S)

: Greeks

How Athenian democracy descended into mob rule, through the eyes of philosopher Socrates. (S)

: Local Heroes

The inventors of the hovercraft and the shutter telegraph system. (S)

: Cardiff Singer of the World 2001

The fifth and final heat before tomorrow's final. From St David's Hall in Cardiff.

: Face to Face

John Freeman cross-examines innovative world-famous Yorkshire-born sculptor Henry Moore.

: Reputations

An intimate portrait of Janis Joplin, featuring archive film and interviews with friends and family. (S)

: American Trilogy

A feature on Manie Moretti from the Royal Academy exhibition.

: Gormenghast

Steerpike's influence within the castle walls grows as he becomes apprentice to Barquetine. (S)

: Face to Face

As 8pm.

: Bookmark

A profile of controversial English author Lawrence Durrell.

: Gormenghast

As 10pm. (S)








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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.

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