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: Travels with Pevsner: Northumberland

with John Grundy
Grundy visits Lindisfarne Priory and Dunstanburgh Castle.

Contributors

Presenter: John Grundy

: Moments of Genius: A Puzzle of Nerves

How Otto Loewi proved that chemicals are the key to nervous transmission.

Contributors

Subject: Otto Loewi

: Ancient Apocalypse: Mystery of the Minoans

How the ancient Minoan civilisation was destroyed by a volcanic eruption.

: The Roman Empire in the First Century: Years of Trial

How the rule of the despotic emperor Tiberius brought years of political terror, and ushered in one of the most notorious rulers of the ancient world - Caligula.

: Profile

Trevor Phillips profiles the controversial American black political activist Rev Al Sharpton.

Contributors

Presenter: Trevor Phillips
Subject: Rev Al Sharpton

: Storyville: George Wallace - Settin' the Woods on Fire: Part 1

The story of right-wing American Politician George Wallace, who campaigned for racial segregation and on whom an assassination attempt was made in 1972. Concludes tomorrow.

Contributors

Subject: George Wallace

: Newsnight Review

Tom Paulin, Margaret Reynolds and Mark Kermode discuss this week's cultural highlights.

Contributors

Critic: Tom Paulin
Critic: Margaret Reynolds
Critic: Mark Kermode

: The Roman Empire in the First Century

A look at the reigns of emperors Tiberius and Caligula. As 8.50pm.

: Travels with Pevsner: Northumberland

with historian John Grundy. As 7pm.

Contributors

Presenter: John Grundy.

: The Middle Classes: Their Rise and Sprawl: Them and Us

This edition focuses on snobbery and class hatred in the interwar years.








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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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