The first of ten programmes with Peter Alliss. Today, the "grip" and the "set up". (Rpt;
Pathe News of this week in 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
How to make a video diary for use in the series. (Stereo)
Everyday Paris through the eyes of teenager presenters Jean and Sirine. (Stereo)
How rich and poor live side by side in Rio de Janeiro. (Stereo);
Programme for infants.
Sunday Boots and Working Boots. Mr Banglebede loses a shoe. Storyteller: Christopher Timothy. (Stereo)
Making music with kitchen implements. (Stereo)
An introduction to maths for young teenagers using real world problems.
The Anglo-Saxons. Saxon jewellery and craftsmanship.
The needs of a guinea pig.
Scales as a framework for improvisation and composition in both western and non-western music.
Multi-media, two-year GCSE German course. Hamburg families introduce themselves.
The story of the shrinking of the Aral Sea in the south of the former Soviet Union.
The World Since 1945. The Hungarian revolution of 1956.
The management of pupil behaviour: second programme for primary teachers.
Animation about a clumsy but lovable penguin.
When Michael falls asleep his toys come to life.
Cartoon adventures of a girl and her dog.
Explorers and Encounters. The world of the Aztecs of Central America. (Stereo);
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Followed by Songs of Praise
From Bristol Cathedral.
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3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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The Burma Road. Writer
Miles Kington sets out to find the old Burma Road, which links
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Newscaster Trevor McDonald selects clips from favourite programmes in the BBC archives. With Emma Freud.
In the last programme in the current series Geoff Hamilton and Liz Rigbey prepare for autumn activity in the garden.
The weirdest family on TV in the cult American comedy series. Mother Lurch Visits the Addams Family. Mother
Lurch arrives expecting to see Lurch as master of the house.
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The American comedy series about fast-talking Will and his Bel-Air cousins.
In the football magazine today French tennis star Yannick Noah talks about his team -
Paris St Germaine, and there's an interview with Italian goalkeeper Dino Zoff .
Presented by Kevin Allen. Series producer Dele Oniya 0 SPORT: page 12
Animation series featuring the work of some of the world's finest animators. Including Dog Boy , the man who has developed some strange habits.
Series that takes a critical look at current efforts being made to reshape African societies.
Revolution from Above. Ghana holds a special place in the modem mythology of Africa. It cradled Kwame Nkrumah , father of the influential
Pan-Africanist movement, and was the black economic star of Africa until the 1970s when world market cocoa prices dipped. In 1981, as the country slid into economic and political chaos, Flight
Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings launched a military coup. Ten years on he says he is introducing multi-party democracy. Can his plan deliver Ghana from economic instability? Narrated by Cathy Tyson. Producer Kim Gordon
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First showing on network television for this poignant drama starring Bernadette Peters
Mary Tyler Moore
A high-flying career woman discovers that she is terminally ill and, fearful of being a burden, withdraws into herself. But her doctor's referral to a psychologist helps her to a more shared and fulfilled last year of life.
Director John Erman
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Dr Sam Castle:
A series of comedy films, starring Dawn French
He Died a Death by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman.
This on- and off-stage murder mystery also stars
Tony Slattery. Kenneth Cranham ,
Kevin McNally , Stephen Moore and Gwen Taylor. Producer Jon Plowman
Director Bob Spiers
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Presented byjeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow
The Liberation of Algebra