6.45 An Introduction to Economics
4137540 7.10 Frederick the Great 2718499 7.35 Witting and UnwittingTestimony
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Ghost stories past and present from the streets of Edinburgh and Aberdeenshire.
An appeal for people imprisoned for their beliefs.
How valid are test on animals, and what are the alternatives? (Stereo)
Isabelle cannot decide which hat to wear.
For 5- to 6-year-olds. Dan and Spud learn about the use of magnets in recycling.
How much of life is an illusion? Join the wizard in a special scientific exploration.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
Write to: Q and A, [address removed]
Simon Ross is witness to a computer shop robbery but he can't remember the vital clue.
by Babette Cole.
A conservation-conscious cow saves the world and is still home in time to deliver the milk. (Stereo)
What is it? Where is it? How often do you bump into it?
Will the Ghostwriter team discover the true identity of Stoopdude? (Stereo)
Kissing and spots, two major issues of teenage life. (Stereo)
How the light in the south of France and his increasing attacks of 'madness' affected Van Gogh's work. (Stereo)
Some practical solutions and ideas for those engaged in assessment.
Robert Erskine retells a classic story - the wanderings of the hero, Odysseus.
Personal reflections on paintings. Today: Michael Kitson discusses Landscape near
Rome with a View of the Ponte Molle by Claude Lorrain.
Rural issues with John Craven.
Followed by World Bowls
Midland Bank World Indoor
Bowls championships from the Guild Hall, Preston, featuring the quarter-final stages of the singles championship.
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news) and Regional News; Weather
An investigation into how the pyramids were built.
The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner
Errand of Mercy. An attack on the Enterprise signals the breakdown of negotiations with the Klingon empire.
From massive whoppers to little white ones, is lying unavoidable? How easy is it to get trapped in a web of deceit? Reportage investigates. Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss
A report reappraising the recent oil spill off
Shetland is the first in this series of five programmes.
Oil on Troubled Waters. When the Braer ran aground last month, Britain braced itself for an environmental disaster, yet within a week there was little visible trace of the 85,000 tonnes of crude oil. With more than 36,000 tanker movements in British waters each year,
Nature asks whether Britain's coastline is adequately protected from oil spills. Producer Brian Leith
Executive producer Grant Mansfield
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The Secret File on J
Edgar Hoover. A new profile of the man who was director of the FBI for nearly 50 years. This investigation of Hoover's private life reveals that top gangsters had evidence of his secret, homosexual love life and used it to blackmail him.
Tainted by ties to organised crime, Hoover turned a blind eye to the Mafia during the vital years of its growth.
Producers William Cran , Stephanie Tepper Editor Laurence Rees
An Invision production for BBCtv
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Divided We Stand. Frank's constant complaints to HQ result in an inspection.
A four-part drama serial set in Lancashire in the 1830s about an apocalyptic prophet who has seven virgins to serve him. Written by Jane Rogers , the story is seen through different eyes each week, and stars Jonathan Pryce
Leah s Story. The beautiful Leah sees her arrival at the prophet's house as a chance to salvage her life and gain power over the elusive, charismatic Wroe.
Producer John Chapman ; Director Danny Boyle
The true story ofAshton-under-Lyne's most famous preacher , SEE FEATURE page 26
A production of Samuel Beckett 's play, starring Norman Beaton , Stephen Rea , Charles Drake and Kate Binchy.
Six more Science Topics.