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Note: repeats are not indicated.
The style of the 1930s. (Stereo)
An appeal for people imprisoned for their beliefs.
Can breathing oxygen inside a pressurised chamber speed healing after surgery? (Stereo)
A Wall to Wall production for BBC TV.
Who likes to be beside the seaside?
Materials used to make some unusual costumes.
How much of life is an illusion?
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
The closure of Glenbank steelworks affects everyone in the town.
Mairi Hedderwick reads her own story, Katie Morag Delivers the Mail, to children on the Hebridean island of Coll. (Stereo)
Looking at reading in relation to today's "information society".
The Ghostwriter team take part in a comic book contest. (Stereo)
Nicholas tries, unsuccessfully, to prove himself. (Stereo)
Drama-documentary about Van Gogh's development as an artist. (Stereo)
Practical ideas for those engaged in assessment.
Animation. Dilly decides he doesn't mind being smelly! Rpt A Felgate production for BBCtv
Our water has been drunk before - by dinosaurs.
Today: Edwin Mullins talks about Portrait of Caroline by Alberto Giacometti.
Rural issues with 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.
Patrick Moore tells the story of Britain's involvement in space and looks at the benefits to medical, meteorological, defence and environmental research.
An investigation into the value of the information supplied by market research, opinion polls, and consumer surveys.
The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner
The Devil in the Dark. Mining work on the planet Janus grinds to a halt as one by one the workers are destroyed by an unknown monster.
What are the most dangerous obsessions and how easy is it to kick a bad habit? What is a compulsive disorder? And, whether it's food, gambling or sex, can anyone become addicted? Reportage investigates. Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss
Three youth choirs and three adult choirs are all that's left in the battle for the title of Sainsbury's Choir of the Year. Ten thousand people across Britain have taken part.
Howard Goodall talks tactics with choir members and finds out what winning the competition meant for the victors last time round. The music ranges from Palestrina and Tallis to Ravel, Mendelssohn and Verdi to Irving Berlin. Director Andrew Quick
Producer Christina Macaulay
The fortnightly series about books and writers.
My Father's House. English poet Michael Hofmann writes scathingly about his father - novelist Gert Hofmann - in his collection of poems, Acrimony. In this film, he travels to his father's Bavarian home and together they visit the former
East Germany in search of their ancestors and a tentative reconciliation.
Director/Producer Kevin Hull Series editor Nigel Williams
Classic American comedy. Ceasefire. Rumours of a ceasefire spread through the 4077th. Only Trapper is sceptical about the news.
Last part of the east/wtest love story, adapted by Liane Aukin from emigre writer
Zinovy Zinik 's comic novel, starring Nigel Terry
Anthony and Margot are coming to lunch on their way to demonstrate at a nuclear base... But Kostya and Clea have divided their kitchen as she becomes sure he is a cannibal.
And the Polish delicatessen owner Tadeus follows them all, hoping to find the best wild mushroom grounds in England.
Producer Estelle Daniel
Director Andy Wilson
Officer in Command:
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.
Irish writer and poet
Tom Paulin dramatises the nature of power and its abuse in a play based on Aeschylus's
The secondary school language series looks at daily life in Spain.