Bryan McNerney visits the old county of Rutland and discovers Lyddington Bede House, once the magnificent palace of the Bishops of Lincoln.
The sixth of ten programmes with Peter Alliss. Today, bunkers and water hazards.
(Rpt. Tomorrow difficult ties)
Pathe News of this week in 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00am Q and A
How to make a video diary for use in the series. (Stereo)
A visit to the Paris suburbs with teenage presenters Jean and Sirine. (Stereo)
A report from Florence on the church's influence on sexual morality. (Stereo)
Programme for infants.
Frog and the Bird Song.
Mr Banglebede cooks some apple pies with a special ingredient - sounds. Storyteller: Hannah Gordon. (Stereo)
Making music with different kinds of paper, and cold and shivery sounds from the piccolo. (Stereo)
Maths for young teenagers using real world problems.
Today, measuring the effect of global warming on the sea level.
Life in a Saxon monastery, and a portrait of Bede. (Stereo)
Series for 5- and 6-year-olds.
A series encouraging teenagers to make music. Today, how chords can be used to create different textures. (Stereo)
Multi-media two-year GCSE
German course. Four Hamburg teenagers introduce their different homes.
Rob Curling reports from the front line of the retail trade, the local high street. (Stereo;
The World Since 1945. The cause of the Suez crisis of 1956.
Ideas to improve the quality of playtime and make educational use of school grounds. (Stereo;
Animation about a clumsy but lovable penguin.
When Michael falls asleep his toys come to life.
Cartoon adventures of a girl and her dog. A game of cricket leads to underground adventures.
Explorers and Encounters
The story of how 15th-century Portuguese navigators provided the knowledge for more famous voyages of exploration. (Stereo)
Followed by Storytime (Stereo;
Live coverage of the Labour Party Conference continues from BlackpoolDonald. MacCormick
, Vivian White , and lain McWhirter guide viewers through the issues being debated and interviews leading speakers.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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Highlights of yesterday's race.
The weirdest family on TV in the cult American comedy series. Uncle Fester's Illness. When
Fester feels a little under the weather, Gomez calls a doctor.
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
The American comedy series about fast-talking Will and his Bel-Air cousins.
6.50pm Standing Room Only The football magazine looks at the game's key issues, with star profiles and comedy shorts.
Tonight, a Euro fanzine, and an interview with legendary Denis Law. Presented by Kevin Allen. Series producer Dele Oniya
7.25pm Liquid Television
The animation series features two episodes of the Specialists, Winter Steele , Joe Normal , who is far from normal, and Dog Boy.
Series that takes a critical look at current efforts being made to reshape African societies.
DreamingofDemocracy. In Algeria's first multi-party elections since independence held last December, Islamic fundamentalists looked set to gain power and create Africa's second Islamic state. But on 12 January the army launched a pre-emptive military coup. In June, the newly appointed president, Mohamed Boudiaf , was assassinated. Algerians face difficult choices as the army continues to crack down and politicians seek to solve the country's economic problems. Narrated by Cathy Tyson. Producer Jenny Morgan
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Romantic drama starring
When a successful single novelist meets an assured married publishing executive, the ramifications - both personal and professional - irrevocably change their lives.
Director Robert Ellis Miller
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Maggie Fielding JAMIE:
A series of comedy films, starring Dawn French A Determined Woman by James Hendrie.
A tale of blind ambition and scientific curiosity.
With Jim Broadbent and Caroline Blakiston.
Producer Jon Plowman Director James Hendrie
A TalkBack production for BBCtv ● STEREO
Presented by Peter Snow.
News and reviews from the world of the arts and media.
Editor Janice Hadlow
Warfare and Welfare - archive propaganda, documentary and feature films as visual sources forthe historian