Cosmology Before Einstein
From Seaweed to Port. Aspects of history along the Atlantic coast of Portugal. Rpt
Pathe News of this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
This week's programmes are mostly half-term repeats.
9.00 The French Collection
Last in the series for advanced students.
Engineers in the car industry, and bi-lingual secretaries with the European Commission.
A Bel production for BBCtv
Strange things start to happen when Mr Banglebede listens to some music. Stereo
A conman uses a graph to try to sell odd socks.
A magician from Uranus boards the spaceship. Stereo
Details of a Gallup survey of 14-to 16-year-olds. stereo
The water we drink has been drunk by dinosaurs.
Materials used to make some unusual costumes.
Nicholas tries to prove himself.
A look at teenage eating habits in Munich.
Shifting Sands. Forces that shape our coastline.
Why the pace of medical change has accelerated in the past years, stereo
Help for teachers coping with asthma, eczema and epilepsy in schoolchildren.
Egypt - the Gift of the Nile
Without the Nile there would be no Egypt. Stereo
Actress and writer Yvonne Mitchell visits the Louvre to look behind the story of the Venus de Milo.
Songs of Praise
From Majorca to celebrate St Valentine's Day.
Regional News; Weather
FILM Tense drama starring t I Richard Attenborough Stanley Baker
On a routine flight to New York one man's avenging passion threatens the lives of all on board.
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Easy maintenance is emphasised in the last of the series.
American mock-horror series.
Morticia 's Romance (part 2) Wednesday and Pugsley insist on hearing the rest of the story of their parents' courtship.
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Asses to Ashes
The election results are in and Uncle Philip fights to stay cool.
On the virtual reality game show, Olympic judo competitors Nicola Fairbrother and Ray Stevens take on the challenge of American footballers Greg and Warren Smart. With Craig Charles and James Grout. Director Bob Wild
Producer Mark Wells
A Broadsword production for BBCtv
In Disgrace. Five women who had illegitimate babies between the wars tell their moving stories. It was a time when unmarried mothers were treated as social outcasts, often turned out of their homes and jobs. Producer Steve Humphries
A Domino production for BBCtv
Documentary science series.
Commercial decisions depend increasingly on market research, opinion polls, TV ratings and consumer surveys, but just how good is that information? Survey research applies the rigorous science of mathematics to the murky pool of human behaviour, but some surveys have got it disastrously wrong.
Producer Mike Tomlinson
Series editor Jana Bennett
An Orlando production for BBCtv
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First of a series that seeks out little-known curiosities and delights across the British Isles.
Lucinda Lambton discovers a "necklace of jewels strung around London", including the Temple Bar and the tunnel that inspired "The Railway Children".
Producer Neil Crombie
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
An XYTV production for BBCtv
See Lucinda Lambton's Kind of Day page
Oprah Winfrey , America's foremost chat-show host, talks to the world's biggest pop star in this interview recorded at
Jackson's California ranch.
Including musical sequences, the programme gives a rare glimpse into the life of this mysterious celebrity.
Danny Baker examines some of the finest moments of the chat show with memorable extracts from the archive.
With Francine Stock.
The arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow
A mini-series about social issues.