Note: repeats are not indicated.
How geometric shapes create the line and space which was the style of art nouveau designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
An appeal for people imprisoned for their beliefs.
The work of forensic scientists.
A Wall to Wall production for BBCtv
Isabelle and Dibs lose Spike in the village.
An SFtv production for BBCtv
The power of electricity.
Newton's laws of motion for those adrift in primary science.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
Examining the variety of languages used in Scotland.
Finding out about zebras. (Stereo)
Writer Anthony Masters discusses two of his stories, Badger and Streetwise.
Alex discovers his pal has been conspiring against him.
Far Away But Not Forgotten
How does Irving keep in touch with his family in Jamaica?
If Only I Could
Fantasies and secret ambitions.
Drama-documentary from the Netherlands showing Van Gogh's early life and experience. (Stereo)
The difficulties of assessing a class of 5-year-old children.
It is a fresh spring day and Barney is just in the mood for doing the garden.
From water mills to electricity, water has long been a vital source of energy. Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey investigate.
A River Reborn. A look at the work of the Upper Avon Navigation Trust in their efforts to rejuvenate the neglected River Avon from Evesham to Stratford. First shown in 1971.
Rural issues from John Craven.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament and its select committees.
With lain Macwhirter.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
A film which tells the story of a community-led gardening revolution in inner-city New York which has transformed derelict, rubble-strewn sites into thriving and popular urban gardens.
Concluding the profile of Richard Feynman , the physicist and problem-solving genius.
The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner
A Taste of Armageddon. A diplomatic mission to one of the antagonists in a 500-year war reveals a computerised conflict - and the Enterpriseis listed as one of those destroyed.
Why does one-sixth of the world's population go hungry every day? As Comic Relief approaches, Reportagegoes inside Somalia to track down both the victims and the villains, and examine who really is to blame.
Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss
( See Comic Relief Red Nose Alert on Friday at 8.50pm on BBC 1)
Six choirs compete in tonight's youth semi-final. The Fair City Singers travel 300 miles from Perth to Buxton Opera House to try for their place in the final of Sainsbury's s Choir of the Year. Music ranges from Handel to
Andrew Lloyd Webber , and the judges include Richard Stilgoe and Jane Glover. Presented by Howard Goodall. Director Robert Coles
Producer Christina Macaulay
The fortnightly series about books and writers.
The Manfrom God Knows Where. Brian Moore , the author of The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne and the bestselling Lies of Silence, is about to have his 17th novel, No Other Life, published.
Tonight's programme profiles the man whose narratives made him Graham Greene 's favourite living writer.
Director Randall Wright
Series editor Nigel Williams
Classic US comedy.
The Longjohn Flap. In Korea's extremely cold winter, Hawkeye is the only one managing to keep warm. But he gives his long Johns to a flu-hit Trapper.
Hot Lips Houlihan:
First of a three-part east/west love story, adapted by Liane Aukin from emigre writer Zinovy Zinik 's comic novel, starring Nigel Terry
Swept off her feet by three nights of passion on her first trip to Moscow, Clea, an impressionable English girl, begins a love affair with Russia, and with Kostya. But her Soviet dream becomes a nightmare, and she ends up in a bizarre love triangle, bartering sex for beef.
Producer Estelle Daniel Director Andy Wilson
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With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.
Ten-minute programmes broadcast in pairs with comedy links.