6.48 Aladura: The Praying People. 7.5
The Explosives Industry. 7.30 DNA - The Thread of Life.
Story: "By the Stream" With Janet Marsh
4 50Carbonates. 5.15 Changing Gravity.
5.46 Maths: Geometric Vectors. 6.5
Romantic RecitaL 6.30 Economic Fore. casting,
Whatever Happened to Baby John: part 2
The shock news that Baby John has been kidnapped from hospital bands the Ewing family together. But they are divided in their desperate attempts to get the baby back safe and well. And when a ransom note arrives demanding one million dollars, J.R. takes a dangerous gamble ...
Written by CAMILLE MARCHETTS Directed by LEONARD KATZMAN
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
What was life like for ordinary people in the Middle Ages? Few books have answered that question more vividly than Montaillou by the French historian EMMANUEL LE ROY LADURIE. The book is a chronicle of life in a 14th-century village in the Pyrenees. The film is a portrait of Montaillou as it was in 1300 and as it is today. Readings MARTIN JARVIS and DENISE BRYER
Written and narrated by Robert Robinson
Producer PETER FOGES
Emmanuel Le Roy
A return visit by television cameras to radio's popular contest of musical knowledge between Frank Muir , John Amis
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace with questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
Anne Boleyn by NICK MCCARTY with
Dorothy Tutin splendidly proud and defiant ... (TIMES) tunningly acted and wonderfully costumed....(morningstar) Series based on an Idea by MAURICE COWAN
Producers RONALD TRAVERS , MARK SHIVAS Directed by NAOMI CAPON
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George Viscount Rochford:
Duke of Norfolk:
Sir Henry Norreys:
Earl of Surrey:
Sir William Kingston:
Sir Christopher Hales:
David Attenborough in Selborne
When a prim 18th-century curate shouted at bees to see if they could hear or studied the sex life of earthworms by the light of a candle, he cannot have imagined that his observations on the wildlife of a Hampshire village would eventually be published in 200 editions and read all over the world.
In the lanes and beechwoods of Selborne David Attenborough goes on some of the journeys described by GILBERT WHITE in A Natural History of Selborne, and explains why to him it is in no way surprising that for two centuries this book has been one of the most well-loved in the English language.
Series producer DAVID HEYCOCK
Director ANNA BENSON GYLES
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world: the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEXANDER and the evening's sports results from SHAUN BROWN.