Everything worth seeing and doing in Galloway. Rpt
With Peter Scott , a vet at Winchester Zoo, who specialises in the treatment of exotic animals. Rpt
Pathé News of this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
First programme in a new series which draws entirely on material from French-speaking television.
Farm worker and nursing.
A Bel production for BBCtv
Everything springs to life after the Christmas holidays.
Place Value. Helen Lederer challenges you to place your numbers to win a prize.
The beginning of a musical journey through a fantasy universe, stereo
The role of mathematics in solving the problems of air pollution and congestion.
An investigation into this extraordinary liquid, without which there would be no life on earth. With Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey.
It's Freezing. The drama series in which a family investigates science around them.
The Way People Talk. Why does it matter?
Winterferien. Ski-jumping, ice-skating, ski-ing - and learning some German.
Images of the Earth. New programmes about making sense of maps. stereo
Medicine Through Time
Medicine, religion and natural causes. Stereo
Helping Children with Reading Difficulties(1). If Johnny can't read very well, what can we do?
Pakistan and its People. First programme of a new unit.
One event every leek-growing enthusiast dreams of winning is the World Open Leek
Championship. Can retired shipbuilder Harry Bone retain his title against rival experts
Joe and Bob? Rpt
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia. A Leslie Mitchell production for BBCtv
Jane Corbin debates national and international politics.
Second of two programmes about Britons who have set up businesses in France. Rpt
First of six programmes.
Today: a new look for four Victorian terrace gardens.
American mock-horror series.
. Cousin Itt and the Vocational
Counsellor. Morticia and Gomez are worried about their undersized relative.
American comedy series.
Momma 's Baby, Carlton's Maybe Carlton's ex-girlfriend turns up for their date with a baby.
The virtual reality adventure game show. Tonight, the world rally champions
Louise Aitken-Walker and Tina Thorner accept a challenge. What does it take to survive the zone? With
Craig Charles and James Grout. Director Bob Wild ; Producer Mark Wells A Broadsword production for BBCtv
Second of a four-part series about the English house.
Private Parts. Upstairs in a modern house are the spaces devoted to personal and private activities - bedrooms, bathrooms and lavatories.
Dan Cruickshank , architectural historian and journalist, describes how they were invented to contain acts once performed openly and unselfconsciously. Director/Series producer David F Turnbull
Cheating Time. Is it possible to rewrite our biological destiny? Already motherhood is possible after the menopause, but now a remarkable discovery has been made: it may be possible to rejuvenate the ovary and reverse the menopause, or at least postpone it until the age of 70 or so. Could these controversial techniques enable women to have lifelong fertility like men?
Producer Deborah Cadbury Series editor Jana Bennett
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Comedian Sean Hughes gets bad to nature on the Isle of Mull.
Producer Katie Pearson
r Adaptation of a Graham Greene story, shown in conjunction with Arena's recent trilogy about the writer. Starring Robert Lindsay Molly Ringwald
A mild accountant comes up with a "system" for beating the casinos in Monte Carlo.
Director James Scott
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Hardman. A minder and bouncer explains his attitude to violence. Executive producer David Pearson
Director Nick Godwin. A National Film and Television School production for BBCtv
First of three nightly programmes exploring
C P Snow's theory of a great divide between science and the arts. ! Form and Formula. Scientists ! suffer from a negative image, but are they really so very different from artists?
Producer Sheila Hayman
Executive producer Caroline van den Brul
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Editor Charles Miller