Presented by Simon Parkin and Andi Peters.
The Playbus stops today at the Tent Stop. Susan Monroe ,
Sarah Davison , Will Brenton , Lisa Berto , Carly Gabriel ,
Emma Platt and Lee Bagdady tell the story Miserly Mome by Anna Standon.
A Felgate production for BBCtv (R)
The series about legends.
Today: The Tichbourne Dole from Hampshire. With Alwyne Taylor , Dave Benson Phillips and the children from Sun Hill County Junior School. Director Neil Romero
Producer Peter Charlton (R)
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A children's multi-faith series written by Nick Mclvor.
The Big Day. The day of the multi-faith festival arrives and everyone is on edge.
Director Jeremy Woolf Producer Judy Merry
The cartoon story of pixies in an enchanted forest.
Why are there rainbows? Why do we yawn? Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna. (R)
With Yvette Fielding, John Leslie and Diane-Louise Jordan.
The last episode in the ghost story for children by Robert Westall. Anne solves the mystery of the Watch House.
Producer Brenda Ennis Director Ian Keill (R)
Music, vox pops and a report on the media.
Director Alison Hagger Producer Roy Milani
Music, news, competitions.
A children's drama set at the time of slavery in the American South. Learning to read was a crime for slaves but Booker T Washington (Shavar Ross ) is very determined. (R)
Isobel Ward, Simon Barnes and Chris Davies present a music special from a variety of disabled artists. With subtitles and sign language.
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Sally Gray , Trevor Howard Called to a country hospital to investigate a case of murder, Inspector Cockerill finds his list of suspects diminishing.
Director Sidney Gilliat
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Dr Barnes T:
Two vagabonds arrive at
Professor Padilla's residence.
In St David 's Hall, Cardiff, Andrew Davis conducts the BBC Welsh Symphony
Orchestra and massed choirs in some of Elgar's occasional pieces including Pomp and Circumstance March No 4, Sospiri and Psalm 48 with Bryn Terfel as soloist. Michael Berkeley talks to composer Steve Martland about the popular perception of Elgar as a national composer. Director Rodney Greenberg
Series producer Paul lslwyn Thomas
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the first match in the final series of the World
Presentation Channel 9 Australia
(Further courage on Tuesday and Thursday)
The Courage Leagues return this weekend with Orrell, who had a terrific run of victories in November, playing host to second placed Harlequins in Division One. At Northampton Wayne Shelford makes his leagues debut for the Saints in their match against Leicester. Introduced by Chris Rea. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Featuring the Men's Downhill and Slalom from Kitzbuhel, Austria. The highlight of the World Cup season - Hahnenkamm weekend.
With David Vine.
Europe's food mountains are piling up again despite efforts to restrain production. Rory Cellan-Jones reports on the new ways forward for farmers and consumers.
Producer Patrick Kinsella Editor David Nissan
Lands of the Midnight Sun (Part 1). Astride the Arctic
Circle, each season confronts wildlife and people with many tough challenges. The short summer may be just long enough for arctic foxes and skuas to rear their young.
Swedish foresters, Norwegian upland farmers and Lappish reindeer herdsmen reap their own wild harvests.
Producer Roger R Jones
Series editor Mike Salisbury (Part 2 next week)
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NEW A three-part portrait
NEW of one of the 'giants' of the 20th century, born 100 years ago.
A Vision of France (1939-46) From childhood
Charles de Gaulle had a historic vision of France's greatness: a vision that was to place him above party politics as a symbol of national unity. It inspired him to lead the Free French resistance during the war but led him to resign dramatically in the first year of peace. Producer Sue Williams
Executive producer Judith Vecchione A WGBH/LMK production
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A new season of films from BBCtv.
Written and directed by David Hare.
Starring Gary Oldman Joely Richardson
A young woman comes from the provinces to make a life in London immediately after the war. By the summer, Janetta has found her way into literary London, but just as far into criminal London as well.
Producer Rick McCallum
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Stamford Hill Cowooy:
I Starring Jane Fonda I Levon Helm
Farmworker Gertie Nevels dreams of one day buying her own farm but her husband
Clovis plans to strike it rich in Detroit in the 1944 wartime production effort.
Director Daniel Petrie
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The cross-channel music show.