The Netherlands State
Museum Kroller Miiller is world famous for its Van Gogh collection, but also includes works by Mondrian, Van der Leek and Picasso.
The RiverA von. Angela Rippon completes her journey along this historic waterway.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Young people in Rouen tell us what they do in their spare time.
Series of French for beginners, presented by Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones . 0 SUPPORT MATERIAL: books, notes, computer software and cassettes available from bookshops.
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Another chance to see experiments from Take Nobody's Word for It, performed by Carol Vorderman and Prof Ian Fells.
0 BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It, price£3.99, available from bookshops.
Children in History. When children had to work in mines?
A Spelthome production for BBCtv (Stereo)
Badger Girl. More ponies are stolen, but who are the crooks?
Living the Fishing. The lifestyle of the farmed salmon?
Some basic methods of composing music. (Stereo)
Conservation. Billy's rubbish.
Classic "journey" stories, and writing a "questor tale", (Stereo)
Who created the Universe?
Language File looks at the spread of English.
Another Little Drink. Alcohol is the third biggest health hazard in Britain, but how well do we understand it? (Stereo)
The way in which glaciation has affected the area around
Fort William in the Highlands.
Cry Wolf When Hogwyn Hare takes the cake, he ends up with more than he expected.
Tortoise. Ravi's new pet tortoise goes missing.
The adventures of the monster family and their friends.
Sheffield writer Berlie Doherty talks about writing stories.
Followed by Words and Pictures
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Alfred Dunhill Cup from
St Andrews. This year the event has a new format, and today all 16 teams will be in action to decide the semi-finalists who will compete for the £1,000,000 prize money.
Commentary by Steve Rider , Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark , Mike Hughesdon and Dave Marr.
All the action from the World
Cup qualifying matches.
Tomorrow England meet Canada in the sport's first international match at
Wembley. A preview of the game between Europe's double Grand Slam side and the World
Cup quarter-finalists from North America.
Producer Mark Wilkin
Editor Paul Armstrong
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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Including a road-test of the new coupe Rover 800, and a look at a racing series created for the Volkswagen Beetle.
Classic 1960s puppet series. The Big Gun. Troy Tempest and the crew investigate the mysterious destruction of three Pacific islands.
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Spy drama from the 60s, starring Robert Vaughn, David McCallum.
Napoleon and Illya assist a beautiful French chemist (played by Jill Ireland) to determine why the lush Indian jungle and several locals are mysteriously disappearing.
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Rare black-and-white archive film of rock, pop and R 'n' B stars. 1968-9: the Swinging 60s A flower-power, Sergeant
Pepper-inspired riot of ruffled shirts, stacked heels, minis and mascara, with music and clothes by the Equals, Amen Corner, Manfred Mann , Herman's
Hermits, the Alan Price Set,
Julie Driscoll , Brian Auger and the Trinity, the Crazy World of Arthur Brown , the Hollies, and the Rolling Stones. Producer David Jeffcock
Executive producers John Archer and Michael Jackson * STEREO
With Jane Thynne.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Return of the investigative series. i ne mad Cow Contagion
More than 800 cattle die each week from BSE: mad cow disease. The epidemic is far wider than ever predicted and has now crossed into a number of other species. Some scientists believe humans will one day be affected. Phil Parry reports. Producer Tricia Lawton
Editor Peter Horrocks
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A series exploring the gardens created by the Royal Family.
Tonight's programme looks at the landscape movement through the lives of Queen
Caroline, Princess Augusta and Queen Charlotte - and their creations at Kensington, Kew and Frogmore. Written and presented by Sir Roy Strong. Director Roger Last
Producer Joanie Blaikie
An Antelope production for BBCtv
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Written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton.
It's 1917 on the Western Front. Two million men are entrenched in the war with no way out - but one man has other ideas.
Blackadder breaches regulations by eating a messenger.
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Lt Colthurst St Barleigh:
First of four programmes that reclaim the history of the lives commemorated on Britain's war memorials.
Grantchester. Some 75 years after the First World War,
Grantchester reveals how the survivors of a passing generation are still haunted by their memories. This film looks at three soldiers commemorated on the stone cross in the village churchyard, typical of thousands built after 1918, and it explores the myth that surrounds one of them: poet Rupert Brooke. Director Mark Fielder
Series producer Peter Symes
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The comedy quiz show returns with host
Angus Deayton. Tonight, Griff Rhys Jones and John Sessions help team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton dismantle the week's news.
Producer Harry Thompson
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv • STEREO
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The alternative story of the US presidential elections using highlights from American TV. With the women in this year's campaign under the media microscope as never before, satirist Cynthia Heimel takes a look at family values and adultery. Producers Debbie Geller and Mary Harron
Saxophonists Steve Coleman and Steve Williamson share the studio with the innovative
Ornette Coleman in the last programme of this series. Series producer Kriss Rusmanis
Executive producer Michael Jackson ● STEREO
First showing on I network television for this evocative work dealing honestly with the problems of ageing and being gay in today's society, starring John Wylie
In the course of a day, a gay man in his 60s, encounters objects, people and places that revive memories of his life.
Director Mark Gasper • FILMS: pages 59-68