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: Monet's Garden

Vivian Russell examines the lilies in the water garden. (S)

: Christmas Oratorio

The second of three pairs of Oratorios by Bach, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner at Weimar. (S)

: In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great

The journey reaches Samarkand. (S)

: Omnibus

An unusual look at the life of Oscar Wilde. (S)

: Corin Redgrave: De Profundis

An extract from Wilde's letter to Lord Douglas, written in Reading jail.

: Monet's Garden

Vivian Russell examines the lilies in the water garden. (S)

: Christmas Oratorio

The second of three pairs of Oratorios by Bach, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner at Weimar. (S)

: In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great

The journey reaches Samarkand. (S)

: Omnibus

An unusual look at the life of Oscar Wilde. (S)

: Corin Redgrave: De Profundis

An extract from Wilde's letter to Lord Douglas, written in Reading jail.

: Monet's Garden

Vivian Russell examines the lilies in the water garden. (S)

: Christmas Oratorio

The second of three pairs of Oratorios by Bach, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner at Weimar. (S)

: In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great

The journey reaches Samarkand. (S)

: Omnibus

An unusual look at the life of Oscar Wilde. (S)

: Corin Redgrave: De Profundis

An extract from Wilde's letter to Lord Douglas, written in Reading jail.

: Brief Encounters

With artist David Hockney.

: Wives and Daughters

Molly gets more entangled in Cynthia's dangerous secret. (S)

: Local Heroes

Adam Hart- Davis visits Egypt. (S)

: One Foot In the Past

Nicola Pagett visits Newstead Abbey, former home of Lord Byron.

: Travels with Pevsner

The architecture of Surrey.

: The Pill Debate

A discussion about contraception. (S)

: Jazz

Part one features Duke Ellington at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1956. (S)

: Storyville

How the influence of Christian missionaries in Papua New Guinea is steadily eroding the traditional customs and beliefs of the tribespeople there.

: As 9pm

(S)

: As 7.10pm









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