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The history of the firearm.
In the 16th and 17th centuries firearms used to be artistically decorated and embellished.
From St Cross to Alresford, en route to Canterbury.
Trout fishing on the River Wharfe and early season salmon. With Derek Law.
Today the key issue of management of the economy.
American comedy series. Teddy Big Date. Teddy finally gets a date with Laurie. 0 STEREO
Tony Soper looks at bird migration.
Followed by Look, Stranger Hound-trailing. (Rpt;
Magazine for deaf people.
Followed by Born of Fire
Volcanoes and earthquakes. A National Geographic Society presentation
Norman Pitkin promises to visit an orphan in hospital only to fall foul of the hospital's director who bans him.
Director Robert Asher
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A look at ingenious and creative ideas in a garden developed on a difficult site in hilly Shropshire.
Plant details on Ceefax page 61 7
* GARDENING: page 17
With the death of his horse
Aranka, Brady recalls his dramatic wartime escape across the plains of occupied Hungary, pursued by a fanatical SS officer.
Director Pal Gabor
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Vintage American comedy starring Phil Silvers.
Sergeant Bilko, suddenly named a godfather, goes all out to enrol his godson in Stanford's class of 1977.
Last of a six-part series challenging black communities' positions on campaigning issues.
A Britain We Deserve. How are Britain's black and white communities to create a new sense of nation to which all its people feel they belong? Everyone agrees that we haven't achieved it yet. But will it take more than just equal opportunities to get there? Trevor Phillips discusses these questions with a studio audience.
Producer Stella Orakwue
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Fifth of eight natural history films from around the world.
Mirrorworld. The remote west coast of New Zealand's
South Island is a vast land of fjords and rainforests. Andrew Penniket 's film takes a spectacular journey from the permanent ice fields of the mountain peaks down to the dark depths of the fjord, looking at how life changes along the way.
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Ian Pattison 's comedy series about the street philosopher. Starring Gregor Fisher
Holiday. The Nesbitts strut their stuff around Spain after Mary wins a family holiday by entering a competition on a packet of frozen chips.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Rab C Nesbitt:
A new three-part series that uses fictionalised case studies to debate current issues.
Pros and Cons. Tonight, an assessment of some of the tough moral and ethical dilemmas faced by the prison service. Does a prison officer rescue his colleagues or sex offenders first from a marauding mob? Will a padre break a confidence to save a life? The 'players' include former Home Secretary Merlyn Rees, prison officers and governors, a policeman, a probation officer and a solicitor. The moderator is Vincent Hanna. More'hypotheticals' are posed on Thursday and Friday.
A Brian Lapping Associates production for BBC TV
Teletext subtitles: page 888
The day's top news reports.
The arts and media magazine. 0 STEREO