6.45 Computing: 'Body in White' 7.10 Water for a City: Nottingham
A repeat of the second day's highlights.
George Brent Mary Astor
After the annulment of his hasty marriage to famous concert pianist Sandra, Peter van Allan marries
Maggie, the woman he really loves.
Director Edmund Goulding
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Town Names. How did
Long Stratton and Saffron Walden get their names?
The Fox, the Wolf and the Sausages.
Almost eight hours of live tennis - weather permitting, of course! Desmond Lynam introduces coverage of the men's second-round matches.
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2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Play can profoundly influence the growth and structure of the brain. But in the critical years before the age of 5, what kind of play is best, and in what surroundings?
Trevarthen explains how recent scientific research in early brain development might profoundly influence the choices we make for our children. But as individual nations we also make choices.
The Italians spend lavishly on their under-5s, but are they wasting their money? The answer may come from the United States, where
Dr David Weikart reveals the provocative results of his in-depth 28-year study of pre-school education. Producer Jonathan Drori
Starring Chevy Chase Beverly D'Angelo
Watch out! Just when you thought it was safe to cross the Channel, the Griswalds win a deluxe tour of the Old
World and take on the European continent. The continent loses.
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Clark W Griswald:
Peter Snow presents the day's top national and international news stories.
NEW First in a series of five programmes featuring acoustic music from the Renfrew Ferry on the Clyde. This week, host Aly Bain and his band are joined by veteran singer-songwriter
John Martyn. Singer Eddi Reader , appearing with her new band, proves that there is life after Fairground Attraction. See panel below.
Producer Maureen White
Executive producer John Archer
12.00 Serjeant Musgrave at the Court. Talking about the first production of John Arden 's Serjeant Musgrave's Dance are the writer himself, and those involved in the production, including the director
Lindsay Anderson , actor Ian Bannen and set designer Jocelyn Herbert
12.25 Evaluating Outcomes