A Festival of Sail. Every year the Baltic port of Flensburg commemorates its ties with the West Indian rum trade by holding a "Rum Regatta".
Pathe News of this week in 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w)
Paris with the emphasis on attractions for children.
This week's programmes are mostly half-term repeats.
The first episode of a drama that introduces the third part of the BBC/Longman multi-media package for learning French.
Ed Banger, Vince Volcano and Cathy Wheel explain firework safety. (Stereo)
For use in the Q and A series.
A family celebrates Diwali. (stereo);
Shops and Supermarkets Bigger pack, better value?
Different music makes the same scene feel frightening, magical or mysterious. (Stereo);
The Anglo-Saxons. Riddles and feasts, and episode 3 of The Raven and the Cross. (stereo)
The pond Nan remembers as a child is now a rubbish dump.
A series encouraging teenagers to create music. (stereo)
Teenagers in Hamburg show off their city.
There's a Golf Course on the Farm. Rob Curling looks at changing land use. (Stereo)
The World since 1945. The partition of India.
Media Education. For primary schools.
When Michael falls asleep his toys come to life.
Explorers and Encounters
Following Columbus, European exploration soon led to trade and colonisation. (Stereo)
Followed by Storytime (Stereo)
Sights and sounds of India.
Followed by Songs of Praise
From Shrewsbury Abbey.
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3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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The return of BBC2's popular word game, hosted by Paul Coia.
A Leslie Mitchell production for BBCtv ● STEREO
A daily look at highlights from the final rounds of the World
Scrabble Championship held last year. Introduced by Alan Coren with Darryl Francis. Event organised by Spear's Games
A ChapterOne production for BBCtv
Highlights of the Japanese Grand Prix from Suzuka.
A series exploring the gardens created by the Royal Family.
Tonight, the gardens of George
; IV, including Brighton Pavilion,
Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
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Cult American comedy series. Amnesia in the Addams Family After a bump on the head, Gomez loses his memory.
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Those Were the Days
American comedy series.
The Banks get a surprise visit from a friend who is still an active radical.
6.50pm Dance Energy House Party
Normski introduces the dance music show with news of the club scene and regular comedy with Vas Blackwood. Plus, cuts from Boyz II Men, Altern 8 and Degrees of Motion, a helping of "Southern Fried Funk" with rap stars Arrested Development and Me Phi Me, and cracking down on fashion crime in Dublin.
Director Gerry Stembridge
Series producer Danielle Lux
Competition: send a home video and audio cassette, plus a band biography and contact numbers to Dance Energy Lift Off, [address removed].
7.25pm Liquid Television
Last in the animation series from America.
Surreal tales using archive clips with unexpected voiceovers.
Of Loaves and Morris Dancers An English village fights the s Eurocrats. With Roger Blake ,
Jim Broadbent , Caroline Leddy , Enn Reitel and Kate Robbins.
Producers Geoff Atkinson and Kim Fuller Executive producer Tony Gamett ● STEREO
A series of eight programmes telling the personal stories of ten would-be doctors. Filming for this project began in 1984 and the programmes reveal what leads people to apply for medicine, how the selection process works, and how a British medical school trains doctors for the difficult work they are going to face.
Trial by Interview. Seven extremely nervous candidates at St Mary's Hospital Medical School in west London are trying to find convincing answers to the question: "Why do you want to be a doctor?" Tonight's film follows their fortunes as they face the selection panel. Executive producer Robin Brightwell Series producer Edward Briffa
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Emmy-Award winning drama about a young woman's emotional dilemma, starring Mare Winningham Throughout her childhood,
Margaret Ryder has been the ears and voice of her deaf parents. But when she falls in love, her chance of happiness conflicts with their needs.
Director Joseph Sargent
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Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow ● STEREO
Stand-up comedy and music with Denis Leary. Tonight,
Steve Coogan , Caroline Aherne and Bruce Morton. Plus American comedy trio the Higgins Boys and Gruber, and comic Colin Quinn , with music from Seal. Producers Juliet Blake , Trevor Hopkins
An English Channel production for BBCtv