Roman Architecture and Town Planning
Bryan McNerney explores the invasion of the Essex coast.
9.05 Landmarks Special Reports: Colne - England 9.30 Watch:
Conservation - Animals in the Soil
9.45 You and Me: Fear of Failure
10.00 Lernexpress: In den Ferien
10.15 Landmarks: the Second
World War - War in the Channel
Islands, the story of Guernsey (with subtitles) 10.35 Q and A - a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes 10.40 Topics: Fun Raising/Fashion
Victims 11.00 Words and Pictures: The Hare and the Tortoise 11.15 Job Bank: Trainee Hotel Manager/ Firefighter 11.35 Teaching Today - Reading, Programme 112.05 Greek Language and People:
Who's Who 12.30 Lifeschool: The Skills Gap 12.55 Take Nobody's
Word for It 1.20 Orville and Cuddles
1.25 Fireman Sam 1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair 1.40 Zig Zag: Olympics -The 1992 Olympics
2.00 News and Weatherfollowed by You and Me
The Astronomer Royal.
Professor Arnold Wolfendale , joins Patrick Moore to discuss the latest information received from the Cosmic Background Explorer satellite, COBE.
Followed by Westminster Live
3.40pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Continuing coverage of the second day of racing.
4.20 Royal Hunt Cup (H'cap. 1 m) ● STEREO
An RSPB film about the gulls who have deserted the overcrowded coast for city life.
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A romantic western starring
Jubal Troop, a drifter down on his luck, is given a job by kindly rancher Shep Horgan. But Mae, Shep's young wife, is attracted to the new ranch-hand; her attentions cause trouble for Jubal and inspire thoughts of murder.
The strong cast, which includes Ernest Borgnine and Rod Steiger , features Charles Bronson in an early role.
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Third of six films on culture and identity from a variety of black perspectives.
Within a generation, black and Asian people have brought about far-reaching changes in Britain's culture, becoming a significant economic force in the country.
But money alone can't buy influence and power - it's the colour of your money that counts. "The new black generation's attitude to wealth sees no contradiction between making money and a social conscience," says director Salim Salam. He believes that black people with financial strength should be making it their business to benefit their own communities.
His programme visits black businesses that are trying to combine ethical ways of working with a desire for financial success, without compromising their cultural identity. And Rebel MC, Shiraj Paul and Shanii Ahmed - the man behind Joe Bloggs jeans - explore black attitudes to wealth.
Producer Lloyd Gardner
A Salamander production for BBCtv
(Birthrights returns in two weeks. This week Radio 1 campaigns against racial discrimination in Race through the 90s, Monday to Friday)
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Rebel MCSpeaker: Shiraj
Second of three documentaries exposing the influence of the Gladio, a terrorist network operating throughout Europe. The Puppeteers. In August
1980 a bomb exploded at the railway station in Bologna, Italy. The Red Brigades, a left-wing terrorist organisation, was immediately blamed for the 86 deaths and scores of injured civilians.
But the Red Brigades - which operated much like the Baader Meinhof organisation in Germany and Action Directe in France - had long been penetrated by right-wing agents working for the State.
These agents had only one aim: to instigate such a series of atrocities that terrified civilians would plead for greater state security, even if that meant a loss of personal freedom. Director Allan Francovich Series editor Roy Davies
An Observer production for BBCtv
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Classic American comedy.
The Joker Is Wild. BJ bets the rest of the crew he can play a practical joke on each of them before dawn the next day.
Malcolm Bradbury 's three-part adaptation of Kingsley Amis's ghost story starring Albert Finney
2: Hotel and restaurant owner
Maurice Allington 's problems with women and alcohol continue to cause trouble for him. And then the ghost of the 17th-century scholar Dr Underhill makes him an intriguing promise.
Producer David Snodin
Director Elijah Moshinsky
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Archaeologist Colin Renfrew talks about the way he traces history that is buried within the landscape, and sculptor Andy Goldsworthy discusses his search to express the spirit of history and man's relationship with the land in his works of ice, leaves, stone and wood. Director Camille Guichard Producer Anne Morien
A Terra Luna production for BBCtv
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The stories behind the day's headlines, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The live late-night arts and media magazine.
Serjeant Musgrave at the Court:
John Arden , Lindsay Anderson , Ian Bannen , Jocelyn Herbert and Bill Gaskill talk about the first production of John Arden 's
Serjeant Musgrave's Dance.