With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Phone in on [number removed]for a chance to play Maggot Moments. Stereo
Stories based on the fables of King Solomon.
Today: the Playground Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
It's Muddytown's garden party.
Today: what happens to all the food we've eaten?
Fantasy adventure game with Michael Troughton and Tracy-Jane White.
Shredder's teleporter interferes with Donatello's transdimentional reception.
Six-part comedy drama series. 4: Strange things happen.
Fast-moving music magazine.
Classic supermarionation series. The Man from MI5. Lady
Penelope is called to a secret rendezvous.
The Vice. Vincent tries to stop the appointment of a black alien.
The region's political review presented by Laurie Mayer.
With reports from Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
Reports on the week's main political news in the region. Presented by Bruce Parker.
Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World
5: A Poor Man Shames Us All
David Maybury-Lewis looks at how tribal societies measure wealth in terms of human relationships.
The skills involved in the production and repair of stained glass. Rpt
Rare television film of the great violinist Nathan Milstein , who died in December aged 88. An Allegro Films production for BBCtv
A preview of the Alpine World Ski-ing championships. With
David Vine , Julian Tutt. (Ski Sunday Special, Thursday 5.30pm)
Action and news from around the country, plus a look ahead to the second round of the Five
Nations championship. With Nigel Starmer-Smith and Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The most awesome of the great apes, the lowland gorillas that live in the remote jungle of central Africa, have rarely been filmed in their natural habitat.
But young zoologist
Mark Linfield always had an ambition to see them, and this is the story of his epic journey with producer Gary Dash up the Congo River to their home in the Ndoki Forest. Narrated by Martin Jarvis.
Series producer John Sparks
A Silverback production for BBCtv
One man's ’s intrepid search for the lowland gorillas
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As private mining operators size up the potential of the British coal pits that may close, Tessa Curtis reports on the prospects for a profitable private coal industry in Britain. Producer Dale Templar
Editor Jane Ellison
A year in the high-risk life of a venture capital house.
When the Fat Lady Sings. In 1991 Grosvenor Venture
Managers hired two executives to help find the winning deals among the hundreds of proposals which come in from people seeking funding. They home in on an expanding video production house, and Britain's second oldest company. But will their first deals be completed? Executive producer Richard Reisz Series producer Anne Laking
Series exploring dance as a universal human activity.
Dance at Court. From Japan to Indonesia, from Ghana to
17th-century France, tonight's film explores the relationship beween dance and royal power. Narrated by Miranda Richardson. Director Geoff Dunlop
BBC BOOK: a vivid and colourful history of dance, L20 from booksellers.
Tim Rice and guests look back at the week's televison.
Edrtor Anne Tyerman
A poignant love story about a cantankerous elderly
Highlander and his wife, written by John McGrath and starring Robert Urquhart Edith MacArthur
This new BBC film, directed by Tristram Powell (The Old
Devils), follows the old couple on a journey of discovery.
Learning that Kitty is ill with cancer, they set off to visit their children, now geographically and socially miles apart.
Producer Peter Kendal
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- Being shown to commemorate the signing of the Vietnam peace agreement 20 years ago, this documentary combines news footage with readings from letters written home by GIs to create a powerful portrait of the tragedy of the war.
Featuring the voices of many well-known American actors, and evocative music of the time.
Director Bill Couturie
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Tori Amos , Mathew Sweet , Sonny Landreth and Loyko. Director Janet Fraser Crook Producer Mark Cooper