The story of Philip Yorke , the last Squire of Erddig.
Second World War drama about life on the home front for an American family. With Claudette Colbert and Joseph Cotten.
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Famous paintings. Sunflowers by Vincent Van Gogh.
Life on a reconstruction of an ancient British farm.
Documentary film about the Brazilian Amazon.
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Live action for under-5s.
Peter Alliss looks at bunkers.
Followed by Impressions
A day in the life of retired Tully George of Norfolk. A DMF production for BBCtv
With Dennis Cornish.
Followed by Songs of Praise
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A woodland dream fantasy.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
The Tarrys and their Victorian terraced house.
Presented by Jane Corbin.
Behind the scenes of a West
End production of South Pacific with Jenny Michelmore , understudy to the star of the show, Gemma Craven.
Producer Agnieszka Piotrowska
In the last of six films reflecting the relationship between man and wildlife, Andrew Cooper explores the natural history of a country estate.
Photographed and produced by Andrew Cooper
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Bank Shots. Will finds himself an unlikely ally to save his skin.
6.55pm Dance Energy Presented by Normski.
Series producer Lindsay Shapero An Activate production for BBCtv • STEREO
Programmes made by the public under their own editorial control.
The Ever Simmering Kettle Last September, rioters burned down the youth club on the Meadow Well Estate in North Shields. Three local residents express their hopes, fears and anger now that all they have been left with are "empty promises". Producer Ray Hough
Series producer Giles Oakley
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Series on environmental issues.
Down Hill All the Way. In France's Savoie region, millions of pounds are being spent preparing for next month's Winter Olympics.
Many of the special facilities will scarcely be used again. How far are the mountains being sacrificed? Producer Mike Dutfield
Editor Amanda Theunissen
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First showing on network television of this intrepid re-creation by actor Brian Blessed of George Mallory 's historic ascent of Mount Everest in 1924. Climbing mountains has been a passion for the actor - who first came to prominence in BBC's Z Cars - for most of his adult life. But last year he fulfilled his most treasured dream when, at the age of 53 he climbed part of Everest, following his boyhood hero who perished in a blizzard just 800 feet from the summit. Many preparations are needed and Captain Noel, the last survivor of the 1924 expedition, kits him out in original 20s gear. Blessed suffers from cold, altitude sickness and hallucinations but he keeps on to the summit of his ambition. This is his story and - with footage of the original expedition and diary extracts - it is also a dramatised account of the achievement which inspired him.
Photography David Breashears and David Swan
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Comedy series about Britain's newest satellite channel.
Director John Kilby
Producer Jamie Rix
With Jeremy Paxman.
Second of Kryzystof Kieslowski 's thought-provoking films. A doctor is forced to make a decision on the life or death of an unborn child.
In Polish with English subtitles.
BBC2's daily talk show. Editor Charles Miller