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: Wilderness Men

The story of Ernest Shackleton's 1915 shipwreck in Antarctica. (S)

: Moments of Genius

The multi-stage spacecraft.

: Journeys in Time and Space

Paul Murdin talks about his discovery of a dark star.

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: Big Al Uncovered The science behind The Ballad of Big Al, which follows. (S)

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: the Ballad of Big Al The animated life story of an adolescent allosaurus whose perfectly preserved body was discovered in 1991. (S)

: Master Blasters

The development of a bomb which could prevent avalanches.

: Wilderness Men

The story of Ernest Shackleton's 1915 shipwreck in Antarctica. (S)

: Moments of Genius

The multi-stage spacecraft.

: Journeys in Time and Space

Paul Murdin talks about his discovery of a dark star.

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: Big Al Uncovered The science behind The Ballad of Big Al, which follows. (S)

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: the Ballad of Big Al The animated life story of an adolescent allosaurus whose perfectly preserved body was discovered in 1991. (S)

: Master Blasters

The development of a bomb which could prevent avalanches.

: Wilderness Men

The story of Ernest Shackleton's 1915 shipwreck in Antarctica. (S)

: Moments of Genius

The multi-stage spacecraft.

: Journeys in Time and Space

Paul Murdin talks about his discovery of a dark star.

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: Big Al Uncovered The science behind The Ballad of Big Al, which follows. (S)

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: the Ballad of Big Al The animated life story of an adolescent allosaurus whose perfectly preserved body was discovered in 1991. (S)

: Master Blasters

The development of a bomb which could prevent avalanches.

: Wilderness Men

The story of Ernest Shackleton's 1915 shipwreck in Antarctica. (S)

: Moments of Genius

The multi-stage spacecraft.

: Journeys in Time and Space

Paul Murdin talks about his discovery of a dark star.

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: Big Al Uncovered The science behind The Ballad of Big Al, which follows. (S)

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Special: the Ballad of Big Al The animated life story of an adolescent allosaurus whose perfectly preserved body was discovered in 1991. (S)

: Master Blasters

The development of a bomb which could prevent avalanches.

: War Walks

Richard Holmes looks at the 1690 Battle of the Boyne. (S)

: Talking Landscapes

This edition finds Aubrey Manning in the Cairngorms. (S)

: China: Another Great Leap?

The first of four programmes this week looking at the legacy of Mao Tse-tung. Matt Frei chairs a debate on how China is coping with modernisation.

: Proms 2001

A concert from 3 August which includes Varese's Arcana, Ravel's Bolero, and two Bernstein items featuring violinist Joshua Bell.

: As 8pm.

: As 8.30pm









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