The Great Spring.
David Bellamy shows how the dales of northern England reawakened after the Ice Age.
Cole, who master-minded the British expedition to the source of the River Yangtze in Tibet. explains how he gets through when the going gets tough.
An opportunity to join in worship and reflection. Noel Battye meets Sheila Hughes , who was born into the Belfast theatrical tradition.
The magazine for deaf people. With signing and subtitles.
Tenth of a 20-part series for beginners in German.
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The last quick-to-make dish from Bazaar is a Greek meze.
A series designed to encourage further education and training.
Typomania. Desktop publishing means that anyone can now design typefaces. 0 BBC BOOK: £8.99. from booksellers.
And at 11.30am
News and advice on jobs and training. Breaking out of the homeless, jobless trap. ●STEREO
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Accidents just Happen - Don't They?
Anneka Rice shows what can be done to keep children safe. Next programme at 6.15pm.
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John Craven presents the latest countryside stories. Plus at 12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Followed by Paradise
Western drama series.
Treasure. Ben stumbles upon a dead man's treasure map.
Sam is fed up with living at the bed and breakfast and while Ricky's away she takes decisive action.
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American police drama starring Peter Falk
Now You See Him. Lt Columbo tries to solve a murder involving magic and illusion.
Julian Pettifer presents the monthly "right to reply" show that puts BBC programme-makers in the hot seat.
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Aromatherapy and massage to ease the stresses and excesses of New Year. Plus, the latest trends in men's tailoring: "no labels" and bright colours. The programme's Brides of the Year prepare for their weddings in March; and new looks modelled by a new model agency for larger women.
Presented by Jeff Banks , Selina Scott and Caryn Franklin.
Hugh Scully and the experts visit the east coast resort of Cleethorpes, where they find a collection of porcelain cats, a rare bronze jardiniere and an intriguing ship model brought in by a local seafarer. Producer Christopher Lewis
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Home Accidents. Anneka Rice shows how to make homes as safe as possible for young children. Producer Stephen Moss
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather John Kettley
Martin Bashir visits St David 's
Hall in Cardiff for the launch of the new Baptist Praise and Worship hymn book. ProducerSimon Hammond
Editor Roger Hutchings
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Return of the comedy series written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam. Rene and company disguise themselves as Spanish dancers to recover battle equipment from the chateau.
Director/Producer John B Hobbs
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NEW Drama series created by Ian La Frenais about a shady antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane Friends in High Places
A mysterious Brazilian banker gets involved in a plot over a priceless Inca ring. Lovejoy is introduced to Lady Jane's old school friend (played by guest star Joanna Lumley ).
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A new romantic comedy by Bob Larbey writer of A Fine Romanceand
Ever-Decreasing Circles. Starring Judi Dench Geoffrey Palmer
In the early 50s a young army officer and a student nurse fell in love. Thirty-eight years later they meet again by accident.
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
A Theatre of Comedy/D LTaffner/UK Ltd production for BBCtv ●STEREO
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Melvyn Bragg 's three-part adaptation of his own bestselling romantic tale of obsession and jealousy in a small Cumbrian town, starring Ronald Pickup
When Andrew Powell takes early retirement from his job as a bank manager to care for his invalid wife, he meets
Bernadette Kennedy , the youngest child of a wild, hell-raising family from the wrong side of town.
Producer Norman McCandlish
Director Kevin Billington ●STEREO
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather John Kettley
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The Road Back to Hell
From liberated secret security files, dissident Iraqi writer Kanan Makiya uncovers a systematic campaign to exterminate hundreds of thousands of Kurds in southern Iraq.
Director Gwynne Roberts Editor John Blake
A Roberts and Wykeham Films production forBBCtv
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Ninety years of the Nobel Prize. The Explosion of Hope. After the Great War many European intellectuals migrated to the USA and, while literature flourished, scientific effort began to work towards a more deadly purpose. Producer Juliet Miller
Executive producer David Wickham
An Independent Image production for BBCtv
Patrick Moore visits the world's most powerful telescope, the Keck reflector, now being constructed on top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo
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