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Roundheads and Cavaliers lay siege to Lincoln Castle during a spectacular battle re-created by the English Civil War Society, with authentic costumes and real gunpowder.
They spend their weekends living the life of the 17th century, but for some it's more than just a hobby.
Film cameraman GRAHAM SMITH Film editor STEPHEN TURNER Producer ROGER KEECH
A series in nine parts Final episode by DAVID ANGUS
Dole office and grants people deal blows, but Tucker finally gets to grips with the car thieves....
Produced and directed by DARROL BLAKE
Leaving college and starting a business these days is hard, especially in the competitive expensive world of modem furniture design.
Paul Matthews and Tom Beesley graduated from Leeds Polytechnic two years ago to face an uphill struggle to make a living in a country with a lack of awareness of the value of good design. Film editor BOB GEOGHEGAN
Producer PATRICK HARGREAVES
Live in the studio Mark Ellen and David Hepworth introduce Dead or Alive and The Alarm.
Ro Newton joins
Cabaret Voltaire at a secret location in their home town of Sheffield for live Christmas celebrations.
On film - Andy Kershaw visits Boston, USA for a chat and performance from Barrence Whitfield.
Catch Genesis working on their album in the recording studio.
The video competition winner - a full showing - plus
Godley and Creme to explain their choice.
John Cougar-Mellencamp from 1981.
Richard Skinner with today's chart rundown.
The Video Vote - call
[number removed]. Producers
JOHN BURROWES. TREVOR DANN Director MAY MILLER
Editor MICHAEL APPLETON
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall Maureen Lipman
The Rev Roger Royle and Frank Muir
Virginia McKenna Miles Kington
Referee Robert Robinson Devised by MARK GOODSON Directed by MICHAEL LEGGO Producer PAUL CIANI
Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden With six shopping days before Christmas, this week's programme is packed with practical recipes and drink ideas - they can all be prepared in time for the holiday.
Madhur Jaffrey , celebrated Indian food writer, reveals her own spicy, exotic stuffing for a turkey.
Rabbi Lionel Blue , broadcaster and cook, shows how to make potato pancakes and baked bananas - both Jewish specialities for this time of year.
Auberon Waugh , wine writer, chooses the best affordable red wines for Christmas dinner.
And there are other novelties and surprises along the way in this special edition. Director JILL DAWSON
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
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The last in a series by GRAHAM REID
The Military Wing
In the wards of the military wing of a hospital in Northern Ireland, the daily routine is coloured by the personal and sometimes petty problems of both staff and patients. But a major crisis tests the real strengths and weaknesses of all concerned.
Pte Thompson .PETER QUIGLEY Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG
Costume designer MAGGIE DONNELLY Make-up designer KATHY CARRUTH Executive producer KEITH WILLIAMS Producer TIM IRONSIDE WOOD Director JAMES ORMEROD
The Apollo Story: part 2
Harlem's Apollo Theater has been the ultimate testing ground for every black
American performer from Duke Ellington to Michael Jackson.
Tonight Arena continues its celebration of the Apollo's 50th anniversary.
With uncharacteristic modesty, Little Richard describes his fear of the notoriously tough Apollo audience, while Mary Wilson of the Supremes and Gladys Knight recall life backstage.
Amid the upheavals of Harlem in the 60s,
Solomon Burke and 'Mr Apollo ' himself,
James Brown , explain how they took themselves out of the church and on to the stage and renamed it soul.
And finally Nile Rodgers. producer of David Bowie and Madonna, and veteran of the Apollo house band, presents the aspirations of the Apollo today.
Film editor COLIN KNIJFF Producers
ANTHONY WALL. NIGEL FINCH Director CATHE NEUKUM
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.