6.15 Chemistry: Of Metals and Men 5219337 6.40 Maths: Curves from Parameters 4478849 7.05
Cognitive Development: Reaching and Grasping 2611040 7.30 The Creation of Childhood
7.55 Disappearing Childhood
Eurekaaargh! 5496998 8.45 End of Empire - the Re-fashioning of Literature
With Philippa Forrester and 081.[number removed]forachanceto play Maggot Moments.
Christopher goes back to Africa to learn how to make rain. With the voice of Derek Griffiths.
A 13-part animation.
6: The survivors contemplate the future without their leader.
Fantasy adventure game with Michael Troughton and Tracy-Jane White.
Shredder has a mad idea.
Her Merry Men
Last in the comedy drama series. Redundancies are announced at the castle.
Fast-moving music magazine. Today: Tasmin Archer and the Stereo MCs.
Classic supermarionation series. Danger at Ocean Deep. Brains makes a life-threatening discovery in the ocean.
American sci-fi drama, starring Roy Thinnes
The Life Seekers. The aliens contact Vincent and tell him they wish to stop the invasion.
Reports on the week's main political news in the southern region. Presented by Bruce Parker.
The south east region's political review presented by Laurie Mayer. With reports from Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
The Benson and Hedges
Masters Final from Wembley
Conference Centre. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly. Producer Mike Ward
Editor Rick Waumsiey A Grand Slam Sports production for BBCtv
Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World
A ten-part series on the values of traditional tribal peoples. 7: Touching the Timeless
David Maybury-Lewis examines the central role of spirituality in the lives of the Mexican
Huichol people and the Navajo in the United States.
David Vine introduces the World Championship men's slalom from Morioka Japan.
Featuring Leicester vOrrell Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith . Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The Masters from Wembley Conference Centre. Action from the concluding frames of the afternoon session of the final, with nine frames the eventual victory target.
Coverage to a finish resumes at
9.40pm on BBC1.
A Taste for Imports. Even in the recession, British shoppers have been spending freely on foreign goods. But is it a luxury the nation can really afford? Simon Gompertz reports on why consumers are lured by products from overseas and how British companies can rise to the challenge.
Producer Subniv Babuta
Editor Jane Ellison
A year in the high-risk life of a venture capital house.
Flog the Dead Donkey. Andrew Slaughter runs a successful family firm organising animal funerals. However, when he comes to Grosvenor looking for money to expand, they find it difficult to take the idea seriously. A more tempting one is the British Technology
Group, which is being sold off by the government to its management at a price some consider a bargain.
Executive producer Richard Reisz Series producer Anne Laking
Sex and Social Dance. In
Europe and America dancing cheek-to-cheek once caused a scandal but is now the essence of romance and intimacy.
However, in the South Pacific men and women dance in groups but with clearly defined roles. And in Morocco men and women dance in separate worlds. As this film shows, dance can mark out the shifts in relationships between the sexes. Narrator Miranda Richardson.
Director Geoff Dunlop
BBC BOOK: a vivid and colourful history of dance, £20from booksellers.
Jeremy Paxman and guests look back at the week's televison.
Editor Anne Tyerman
A haunting, chilling story of romance and murder for St
Valentine's Day, this new BBC film is adapted by Jan Ashdown from Simon Brett 's novel.
Starring Janet McTeer Clive Wood
Jonny Lee Miller Elspet Gray
Who is the serial killer? How will the romance between
Madeleine and her new colleague Bernard develop in the face of young Paul's jealousy?
Producer Chris Griffin
Director Patrick Lau
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FILMlavish adaptation of the Thomas Mann novel set to the music of Mahler, starring Dirk Bogarde
Turn of the century Venice: needing complete rest, famous composer Gustav von
Aschenbach arrives at the Lido and is fascinated by Tadzio, a boy whose exquisite beauty disturbs the composer, awakening in him passions that lead to tragedy.
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