The latest wave of incomers to
Spitalfields in the East End of London are enthusiasts bent on restoring the derelict houses and transforming them into desirable residences.
Historical drama, with Preston Foster as an amoral gladiator who repents in time to save Christians from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Director Ernest BSchoedsack
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Love story starring Ingrid Bergman
The illicit love affair between a young pianist and a famous concert violinist leads to a conflict of loyalties. In Swedish with English subtitles. With Gosta Ekman and Inga Tidblad. Director Gustaf Molander
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To mark the sixth anniversary of Barnardo's Special Fostering Project last year, a look at how youngsters with severe learning difficulties and profound disabilities are being found new homes.
Jacques Pepin prepares gratin of scallions, ragout of rabbit with cornmeal au Gruyere and salad, and fresh fruit salad with minted apricot fondue.
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In the final programme of this series, Ewan MacColl and Penny Seeger look at the way traditional music is presented and its role in a modern world.
There are many different noises to be heard in Pigeon Street.
Since 1949, Britain has lost
40 per cent of its broad-leafed woodland. But towns have plenty of space to grow trees.
Followed by In the Garden
Winter is the best time to spray fruit trees. Dennis Cornish also looks at some of the propagators available and sows new geranium seeds.
Topical welfare rights magazine. Presented by Helen Madden and Andrew Miller.
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Highlights of yesterday's quarter-final matches.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
Political discussion with Lord Archer
and Tony Banks.
Western starring Richard Egan, Dorothy Malone
A man branded a coward travels to another town where he finds a gang terrorising the locals.
With Joe DeSantis, Royal Dano, Edward Andrews, DeForest Kelley, Joel Ashley, Angie Dickinson and John Dehner
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As many as 4,000 children in Britain have "challenging behaviour" - they may hurt themselves or other people. Michael Delahaye reports on the desperate search of two families for the right care for their children.
Producer Mike Mortimer
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Germany. The reunification of Germany has renewed fears that the country's terrible past may one day catch up with it. This film looks at German history through the eyes of a young Berlin artist who wants to "live fast - as they did in the 20s", a psychotherapist who is trying to exorcise the demons from the German soul, and an archaeologist who wants to dig them up for all to see. Director Paul Bryers
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Based on the column in the Guardian, this series investigates some of life's seemingly unanswerable questions. This week's imponderables include how to survive a plummeting lift and how to say "Oxford Street". With Carol Vorderman.
Producer Philippe Bassett Series editor Leela Creswell
A Celandine production for BBCtv
A carnal and bitter comic series about divorce, written by Steven Moffat who won a Bafta award for the ITV series Press Gang. Starring Robert Bathurst Fiona Gillies
Mark Taylor 's wife has left him. She said he didn't pay her enough attention. At least, he thinks it was her.
Director Bob Spters ; Producer Andre Ptaszynski A Pola Jones production for BBCtv
First of eight critical films about the impact of modern medicine.
Code of Silence. As technology increases, are doctors forgetting the need for information and compassion? In Japan many doctors lie to their patients. In the west, patients are demanding to be treated as equal partners. But can doctors really be trusted? ProducerStephen White
Series producers Martin Freeth , Stefan Moore
The last two quarter-finals.