Data Modelling - The Wood from the Trees.
Beneath London's streets.
9.05 Child Slaves: The Export Connection
9.30 La Maree et Ses Secrets: Les Surprises
9.45 You and Me: Being a Loser
10.00 Movable Feasts: Family Business
10.15 Landmarks: Treasures of the Landscape - Caverns and Clay
10.35 Q and A
A series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes
10.40 Update Europe: Belgium's Old Industrial Area
11.00 Words and Pictures: Monster Can't Sleep
11.15 Good Sport: Serve You Right
11.35 Teaching Today: Time, Space and Infants
12.05 Links: Out of the Colony
12.30 Lifeschool: Zimbabwe - Our Music, Our Struggle
12.55 Take Nobody's Word for It
1.20 Johnson and Friends
1.35 King Greenfingers
1.40 Zig Zag: Gardens and Growth - Plants
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me
A collection of French impressionist art owned by two Welsh sisters.
The latest countryside stories.
Followed by Westminster Live
3.50 News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Helmsley, North Yorkshire.
Snappily Titled Totally and Utterly Sponditious Stab at
Explaining Why So Many People in Africa Are So Damn Poor
A second chance to see Tony Robinson 's travels through Tanzania, in search of the reasons for Africa's poverty. With subtitles and sign language interpretation. Executive producer Mark Harrison (First t shown on BBC 1)
Iceman. The discovery of a remarkably well-preserved corpse, frozen in an alpine glacier for over 5,000 years. • STEREO: TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888
Last in the series of adventures.
Best of Both Worlds (Part 2)
Kidnapped and transformed by the Borg, Picard is trapped aboard their ship.
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Rough Guide to the World's Journeys
An update on last year's series. Zimbabwe. Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha travel from the capital Harare via Bulawayo to Victoria Falls.
Producer Jo Wright
Editor Rachel Purnell (Revised rpt)
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First of three programmes following the progress of five "typical" families in different countries as they attempt to live greener lifestyles for five weeks.
The family teams from Japan, USA, Norway, Germany and the UK are given their challenges and targets for this environmental experiment. There are four areas marked for improvement: household waste and water; energy in the home and transport; shopping and consumerism; improving the local environment. Points are awarded for achievements in each category.
Narrated by Helen Lederer. Producer Chris Salt
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Third of a five-part documentary series reflecting on Spain and the New World. The Age ofgold. The New World brought Spain (and ultimately Europe) enormous treasures: from gold and silver to chocolate, tomatoes and the potato. Carlos Fuentes reveals the impact of these new riches on the political, cultural and religious destiny of Spain, its European neighbours and American colonies.
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Sons and Bowlers. Potter challenges a marine unit to a bowling match.
Last part of the darkly comic murder mystery adapted from Bernice Rubens's Booker Prize-winning bestseller, starring Peter Capaldi, Richard Griffiths
Luke Wakefield comes face to face with the man who murdered Marian. Or does he?
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Seven British writers tackle their deepest obsessions. Green Unpleasant Land
Laurie Graham on the English countryside.
A Diverse production for BBCtv
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By the Conservative Party. With subtitles.
(Also at 8.55pm on BBC1. 9.55pm on ITV)
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12.00 In the Market Place. Author Jeanette Winterson discusses literature's commercial aspects.
12.25am Painting Potentials. Spraying paint around an object without moving it is possible when drawing the contours of an electricfield.