Presented by Simon Parkin and Andi Peters.
Animation narrated by Ray Brooks. (R)
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The Playbus stops at the Dot Stop. Today's story is No Roses for Harry! by Gene Zion. With Rebecca Higgins and Paul Valentine.
A Felgate production for BBCtv (R)
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The series that looks at legends.
COMPETITION: entries to 'Is That a Fact?' [address removed]
Cartoon about a boy puppet.
A children's multi-faith series written by Nick Mclvor.
Under Threat. Should Sam help Robert to keep his flat?
Producer Judy Merry Director Jeremy Woolf
Cartoon story about pixies.
Why do slugs leave a slimy trail? Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna. (R)
Questions: write to 'Corners', [address removed]
Cartoon adventures. Bobby's birthday is spoiled.
With Yvette Fielding, John Leslie and Diane-Louise Jordan.
The award-winning children's comedy, written by Tony Robinson. 2: The Worksop Egg Fairy, Marian discovers the truth about eggs.
More music, popular programmes, and of course, your vox pops. Producer Roy Milani
Executive producer Eric Rowan (R)
Music, news, competitions, plus the stars' tips for the top pop hits.
Issues of the week set in their regional context and examined at neighbourhood level. Presented by Bruce Parker with Viv Robins reporting from Westminster. Editor Paul Cannon
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lain MacWhirter presents news of the Parliamentary committees who scrutinise the work of government. Producer Jenny Davies Editor Lydia Howard
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Eye of the Camel. Following a bedouin family on its winter migration. Narrated by Robert Powell.
Producer Michael McKinnon
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Australia v England. Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the third day's play in Brisbane. TV presentation Channel 9 Australia
Round and Round the Wagon Train Industrialist Sir John Harvey-Jones tackles the daunting problems of the NHS, touring Shropshire's hospitals and discovering an impoverished service where money is not the only problem. Producer Robert Thirkell
Executive producer Richard Reisz (R)
Starring Scott Baio, Jodie Foster
New York 1929: gangster Fat Sam enlists the aid of Bugsy Malone in this entertaining family musical.
Songs by Paul Williams
Writer/Director Alan Parker
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This report profiles Pakistan's new Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif ; can his coalition government strengthen Pakistan's fragile democracy?
Producers Charles Bruce and Farah Durrani
The Pilkington Cup third round.
Bath start the defence of their title against Leicester. Introduced by Chris Rea. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Saying 'hit' or 'miss' this week are rapper Monie Love , funk legend Bootsy Collins and 'Saint' Bob Geldof. With Jools Holland. Director David G Hillier
Producer Graham K Smith
A Noel Gay production for BBCtv
In Japan's motor car market, Nissan has set the pace in production line technology and marketing. Gordon Brewer reports. Producer John Williams Editor David Nissan
A natural history of behaviour by David Attenborough
Fighting. Animals choose to fight depending on what they stand to lose or gain.
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Peter Cook , Dudley Moore
With Sheila Steafel , Goldie and the Gingerbreads and music from the Dudley Moore Trio.
Japan since 1945.
6: Shock Effect. Japan's 'economic miracle' was fuelled with cheap oil from the Middle East. So when the Arabs raised prices and threatened to cut off oil supplies in 1973, the Japanese faced disaster. But they turned the situation to their advantage, switching quickly to new industries like electronics. Producer Glynn Jones
Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta
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All over the world innocent men, women and children are imprisoned for their beliefs. Ludovic Kennedy introduces a new series to be broadcast in the two weeks leading up to Human Rights Day, and reviews what happened to the prisoners he featured last year. Written by Caroline Moorehead Producer Rex Bloomstein
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James Mason , Edward Fox
October 1913: guests gather for a game shoot at an opulent stately home, unaware that the values of their sheltered world are soon to be shattered forever. An outstanding cast of British actors star in this acclaimed adaptation of Isabel Colegate 's novel.
Director Alan Bridges
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With Antoine de Caunes.