Two thousand years of hydraulic engineering in the Netherlands.
Angela Rippon embarks on a series of four daily programmes in which she travels the length of the Kennet and Avon Canal from Reading to Bristol. 1: The River Kennet (Tomorrow: Into Wiltshire)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Learn how to make your own video report. (Stereo;
Paris for young people. (Stereo)
Aesthetics and Design. With
Mat Irvine and Dilly Bellingham.
For infants. Spike and Baxter are upset with Annette.
Alec Heggie reads the story The Awful Birthday Present by Minna Taylor.
Badger Girl. More ponies are stolen - but who are the crooks?
Can a number sequence be found in music?
Children in History. Back to the 1840s and what it was like to be a child working in the mines.
A Spelthome production for BBCtv (Stereo)
Classic "journey" stories, and a plan for writing a "questor tale". (Stereo)
The children find a place in music for the sounds of the island. (stereoj
Water. A song about water introduces some basic methods of composing music. (stereo,)
The Man from M15(5). An old favourite - now in French.
A chance to air your views about schools television. (Stereo) • WRITE TO: Q and A, BBC White City. Wood Lane. London Wl 2 7TS.
Careers. With Craig Charles. (Stereo)
David Bellamy presents the second of two programmes.
Narrated by Don Spencer.
Community Understanding For secondary schools. A Trio production for BBCtv
How Denise Smith overcame polio and a broken back and became the 1990 Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year.
With signing and subtitles.
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Followed by All Our Children
Ways to Play. How does the nature of play change as children grow older?
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Favourite recipes from the Food and Drink series. Soups. (Food and Drink Special at 8.30pm)
I Starring Clark Gable
Dennis Carson ends his relationship with goodtime girl Vantine when he becomes smitten with the new wife of his surveyor.
Director Victor Fleming (B/w) • FILMS: pages 59-68
Including Strictly Ballroom, and a re-working of Emily
Bronte's Wuthering Heights.
Alexandre Dumas 's classic adventure story starring
Encased in an iron mask, a mysterious prisoner controls the fate of France.
Director Mike Newell
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Anne of Austria:
The foreign affairs programme. Unwelcome Guests. When the Soviet Union collapsed, millions of Russians found themselves unwelcome guests in newly independent republics on Russia's borders. Accustomed to power and privilege, they are now second-class citizens. Deep resentment at their treatment is fuelling the explosive rise of extremist Russian nationalism.
Peter Godwin reports from the Baltic states of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
Producer Brian Barr Editor John Morrison
A Cook's Tour of Central Europe. Another chance to join writer and restaurateur
Antonio Carluccio as he travels round Hungary and Czechoslovakia.
In this compilation from the last series, he enjoys dinner with food critic Egon Ronay in Budapest, cooks Hungarian goulash, swaps recipes with Prague's top chefs, and drops in to help a country family cook a special dinner. Food and Drink returns next Tuesday. Producer Jeremy Milts
Executive producer Peter Bazalgette A Bazal production for BBCtv Recipes on Ceefax page 626
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A Late Show special, with live coverage from London's
Guildhall and discussion of the six shortlisted novels, as the winner of the 1992 Booker
Prize for Fiction is announced.
The shortlist will be discussed by A S Byatt, Tom Paulin and John Walsh. Introduced by Sarah Dunant and Tracey MacLeod.
Director Janet Fraser Crook
Producer Mary Sackville West STEREO
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More frontline testimony from British servicemen.
Officers and Men. In 1917, the life expectancy of an officer in the trenches was two weeks, while his generals lived like country gentlemen. In the Japanese PoW camps, an officer's duty to his men was tested to breaking point.
Tonight's programme examines the bond between officers and men - and the consequences when trust collapses. Producer Michael Outfield
Executive producer Peter Salmon
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Jeremy Paxman presents the top news stories of the day.
The arts and media magazine. * STEREO
Recorded at this year's Brecon Jazz Festival, jazz pianist
Michel Petrucciani , Michael Bowie on bass and Wilby Fletcher on drums play as part of the European Arts Festival. Director Robert Coles
Producer Jonathan Davies • STEREO