Probing the Structure of Liquids
The history of the firearm. The rifle's adoption by the British Army.
Pilgrims' Way from
Winchester to Canterbury. Hampshire into Surrey.
Derek Law's angling year. autumn salmon.
The final morning debate concerns crime and punishment. Conference ends with a speech by the party leader, the Rt Hon Paddy Ashdown , MP.
The changing moods of the season captured on film.
Design for a Wilderness
Abbots Bromley, Phil Drabble 's Staffordshire wildlife reserve.
Followed by Science and Society The Dutch National Health
Institute's fight against polio.
The work of the Central Fire
Station in Hull.
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Followed by The Wreck of the Mary Rose
First of three programmes on plans to bring Henry VIII 's warship to the surface.
and Regional News; Weather
A disgraced reporter and a courageous journalist battle against corruption. With
James Cagney and Grace George. Director William K Howard
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A portrait of a reed bed's rich and varied bird life.
Coverage of the second day of the World Championships. The women's team event.
Cabaret act Struck Off and Die, alias Dr Tony Gardner and Dr Phil Hammond , were one of the hits on the Fringe at last month's Edinburgh Festival. The two locum doctors from Bristol use their anarchic medical humour to attack NHS work practices, particularly the extremely long hours worked by junior hospital doctors.
Producer Caroline Maynard
A Contract in Spain. Midlands engineering company
Blackburn Starling heeded the experts' advice that there is money to be made from the new Spain. Martin Young tells the story of six months in the company's history, as it enlists the help of a consultant to make its first Spanish contract. Producer David Dawson
Series editor Brian Davies
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Sian Penlington reports from eastern Germany on the rise and fall of Dynamo Berlin (now Berlin FC) - a club run by the notorious State Secret Police, the Stasi. Once the pride of East Germany, the team is now languishing in the non-league third division.
Executive producer Susan Woodward Editor David Taylor
(Postponed from 5 September)
A postscript to the series of films about the life and work of the Bolton steeplejack.
New Horizons. Six years have passed since last week's programme was made, which saw Fred Dibnah at a low ebb.
Now his fortunes revive; he has a new wife who shares his enthusiasm for steam engines and a young son to follow in his footsteps.
A Don Haworth production for BBCtv
A report from Lake Balaton in Hungary. Plus a UK mini-guide to the area around Eastbourne in East Sussex.
With Penny Junor, Matthew Collins , John Thirlwell and Dr John Thornes. Producer Tony Harrison
Executive producer Alan Dobson
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Second in a three-part series in which panellists debate the moral and legal issues raised by fictionalised events.
Making Waves. How do the board respond when the water their company supplies starts poisoning their customers? (Tomorrow: War and Peace)
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In July this year Opera North went to Wakefield maximum security prison to work with a group of prisoners to devise and perform an opera. Director Ray Hough 0 STEREO
Childbirth and Contraception: Choices and Chances. What choices did women have about childbirth and contraception at the beginning of this century?
A preview of Open University programmes.