Tall Ships on the Nile. A sail down the river Nile, which for over 5,000 years has been at the heart of Egypt's culture and economy. Rpt
Pathe News of this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
A look at technology and the environment in the French-speaking world.
Two contrasting case studies: a leisure centre attendant and an accountant.
A Bel production for BBCtv
A story about a mouse who thinks the moon is a big round yellow cheese.
Body Shop boss Anita Roddick talks about the Kayopo Indians and the Brazilian rainforest.
Floating and sinking and a look at ships, submarines and swimmers. With Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey.
Aspects of a plant's need for water.
Two subjects to stimulate classroom discussion.
Sonja visits Mittenwald and its violin school, and takes part in a carnival.
Images of the Earth. A look at the surveying, aerial photography and design of OS maps. stereo
Public health in 19th-century
Helping Children with Reading Difficulties (Part 2). Teaching and learning strategies.
Life in north Pakistan's Swat Valley. stereo
Inland Waterways. A look at the inland waterways in the Netherlands, which serve as an important link between the sea and the industrial hinterland.
Followed by Songs of Praise
A celebration of the work of DrBarnardo.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia. A Leslie Mitchell production for BBCtv
Jane Corbin debates national and international politics.
Documentary about a rave party attended by 5,000 young people in Newcastle upon
Creating a communal garden for two new estate semis.
American mock-horror series. Lurch, the Teenage Idol. A recording of Lurch's gravelly voice brings a mob of teenage fans to the Addams house.
American comedy series.
PS, I Love You... When the richest girl at school is attracted to Will, it promises to be an interesting combination.
The virtual reality adventure game show. Tonight, Olympic rowers Jonny and Greg Searle face a challenge from a team of Ranger Girl Guides. With Craig Charles and James Grout.
Director Bob Wilde ; Producer Mark Wells A Broadsword production for BBCtv
Third of a four-part series about the English house.
Plenty of Time for Play. Gillian Darley , architectural critic of The Observer, describes the transformation of the kitchen from its early incarnation as a man's domain to its place at the heart of the home.
Producer Emma De'Ath
Series producer David F Turnbull
TB - the Forgotten Plague
Tuberculosis kills more people than any other infection. Yet for 20 years the developed world has ignored this disease, assuming it had gone away. Now TB has returned to the west, in a new and terrible form, and it poses such a threat to public health that health authorities from Africa to the USA have had to come up with radical ideas to combat the disease. In Britain, officials claim there is no cause for alarm; TB specialists are not so sure. Producer Katharine Everett Series editor Jana Bennett
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Comedian Sean Hughes stops off in Manchester this week where he gets a haircut, talks to The Word's Terry Christian , pesters the Inspiral Carpets at a party and asks Jonathan Ross where to find the "big gig". Producer Katie Pearson
Tense drama starring
TeriGarr Peter Weller
A divorced woman drifts into a relationship, but her two young sons see through the man and discover that he is involved with a drugs ring.
Director Michael Apted
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With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. Edit or Janice Hadlow
A chance to record secondary school programmes. Tonight, the first five programmes from The World since 1945.
The Cold War Begins; Hungary: 1956; Suez; The Cuban Missile
Crisis; Vietnam. (The five remaining programmes will be tomorrow night at 2.00am)