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: Ape-Man

How scientists finally found the missing link - the half-man, half-ape postulated by Charles Darwin. (S)

: Dangerous Company

This edition follows Bob Ayling's career at British Airways. (S)

: Ray Mears's World of Survival

Mears joins the Innu at their winter hunting camps, where they await the caribou. (S)

: Horizon

A look at the enigma surrounding scientists' discovery of enormous random bursts of energy in deep space. (S)

: Moments of Genius

Developments in the world of rocket science.

: Ape-Man

How scientists finally found the missing link - the half-man, half-ape postulated by Charles Darwin. (S)

: Moments of Genius

An investigation into the enduring legacy of Sigmund Freud.

: Dangerous Company

This edition follows Bob Ayling's career at British Airways. (S)

: Horizon

A look at the enigma surrounding scientists' discovery of enormous random bursts of energy in deep space. (S)

: Ray Mears's World of Survival

Mears joins the Innu at their winter hunting camps, where they await the caribou. (S)

: Horizon

A look at the enigma surrounding scientists' discovery of enormous random bursts of energy in deep space. (S)

: Ape-Man

How scientists finally found the missing link - the half-man, half-ape postulated by Charles Darwin. (S)

: Dangerous Company

This edition follows Bob Ayling's career at British Airways. (S)

: Ray Mears's World of Survival

Mears joins the Innu at their winter hunting camps, where they await the caribou. (S)

: Horizon

A look at the enigma surrounding scientists' discovery of enormous random bursts of energy in deep space. (S)

: Moments of Genius

Developments in the world of rocket science.

: Ape-Man

How scientists finally found the missing link - the half-man, half-ape postulated by Charles Darwin. (S)

: Dangerous Company

This edition follows Bob Ayling's career at British Airways. (S)

: Ray Mears's World of Survival

Mears joins the Innu at their winter hunting camps, where they await the caribou. (S)

: Face to Face

Featuring Lord Reith, director-general of the BBC until 1938.

: London Jazz Festival

Courtney Pine introduces bands that evoke the flavours of India, Jamaica and Sweden. (S)

: Ex-S

An exploration of the work of the controversial British artist Jack Vettriano.

: Steps for the Future

The story of one of the 75,000 children who live on the streets of Lusaka in Zambia. (S)

: Ape-Man

How scientists finally found the missing link - the half-man, half-ape postulated by Charles Darwin. (S)

: Dangerous Company

This edition follows Bob Ayling's career at British Airways. (S)

: Ray Mears's World of Survival

Mears joins the Innu at their winter hunting camps, where they await the caribou. (S)

: Horizon

A look at the enigma surrounding scientists' discovery of enormous random bursts of energy in deep space. (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.

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