Note: repeats are indicated.
Glasgow painter Alison Watt demonstrates her approach to portraiture.
An appeal for people imprisoned for their beliefs.
Survivors. Why have the authorities failed to act on recommendations to improve aircraft safety?
Spike discovers more about growing up.
It's Freezing. Drama series in which a family investigate and enjoy the science around them.
Moving About. See the bare bones of animal locomotion revealed move by move.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television.
A programme to illustrate the variety of language around
Martin arrives at school in his flying saucer.
Pictures in My Mind. Westley Smith , aged 12, creates a comic story.
To Catch a Creep (Part 1) Who is trying to stop Alex winning the school election?
The Way People Talk. Why does it matter?
The civil war in Mozambique, seen through the eyes of Armando Fresco.
Search Out Science - Moving About. For primary teachers.
How the programmes generate practical science activities.
Water. Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey investigate this extraordinary liquid.
Treasure Hunter. John Webb is a professional treasure hunter. It's the "big finds", like Sutton Hoo , that are his driving force.
Rural issues from John Craven. (Shown on Sunday at 12.30pm on BBC
Followed by Westminster Live
With lain Macwhirter.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
Linda Agran chairs a discussion of social and personal issues.
Tony Mason joins bus and lorry enthusiasts on a journey over the Pennines.
Cheating Time. A look at controversial new techniques that may reverse the menopause.
The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner
Court Martial. In the aftermath of a violent storm, Captain Kirk is charged with causing the death of a missing officer through cowardice. But, as the investigation proceeds, a more sinister motive emerges.
War Programme. The youth current-affairs series investigates the raw experience of war. What kind of person has the fighting instinct, and is it enough to survive the front line?
Executive producer Tony Moss Series producer Jane Knowles
With music ranging from
Monteverdi to Bernstein, eight youth and adult choirs do battle in the second quarter-final for a place in the semi-final of Sainsbury's Choir of the Year. Presenter Howard Goodall has breakfast in a boarding school and sings along backstage with a female barbershop chorus. Director Mike Newman
Producer Christina Macaulay
The return of the fortnightly series of history documentaries. Allied to the Mafia
The extraordinary story of one of the war's most secret alliances - between the US
Naval Intelligence and the Mafia. Denied for 50 years, the pact was in fact begun on the New York waterfront and sealed in the mountains of Sicily. Now the key players speak for the first time about the deal uniting US Intelligence with "Lucky" Luciano and Don Calo Vizzini - the most feared
Godfathers of their day. In Palermo, Leoluca Orlando, head of Italy's newest political party and the Mafia's number one target, talks about the tragic legacy of this most unholy alliance.
Producer Richard Bradley
Editor Laurence Rees
The Ringbanger. The doctors have to convince Col Buzz
Maxwell (Leslie Nielsen ) that he has severe battle fatigue.
Another chance to see the highly acclaimed three-part drama serial, adapted by David Nokes and Janet Barron from Samuel Richardson 's classic 18th-century novel. Starring
Sean Bean , Saskia Wickham The saintly Clarissa Harlowe refuses to marry a man she despises and has to seek the aid of the aristocratic rake Lovelace.
Producer Kevin Loader Director Robert Bierman
Concluding the series on the arts-science divide.
Experiments with Truth. Is the divide more illusory than real? New ideas on what science really is suggest that it may link with the arts in a single culture after all. Producer Duncan Dallas
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