7.10 The History of Mathematics 3031972 7.35 Changing Britain: Made in Dundee
Quiet Days on the Crouch
Sailors on the River Crouch in Essex face ever-changing conditions of wind and tide.
Pathe News of this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Hotel management and firefighter.
Diggory, the mechanical dog. (Stereo)
Mathematical investigator Dirk Niblick solves a problem of area.
The children compose music for a rocket launch. (Stereo)
Featuring Mel Smith, Griff Rhys Jones and Olympic hopeful Fiona May. (Stereo)
The story of Odysseus's wanderings.
A practical joke played in a London school. (Stereo)
Sonja takes a close look at the German media.
Is Britain using up ground water faster than it is being replenished by rainfall? (Stereo)
Foreign groups who have moved to this country. (Stereo)
Getting to grips with teaching primary technology.
Daily life in Luxor. (Stereo)
A visit to Stratfield Saye in Berkshire. With Hugh Scully.
From Llanberis, North Wales.
Regional News; Weather
When tough hoodlum
Joe Sullivan makes a break from jail, his lover Pat risks her life helping him.
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Ross King on an ecological adventure in Australia.
A look at the world of herbs.
Cousin Itt Problem. Morticia notices that Cousin Itt seems to be losing his hair.
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Mom my Nearest. Willis unhappy at the prospect of moving back to Philadelphia.
In the last virtual reality game show of the series, Olympic sportsmen Adrian Moorhouse and Steve Backley are challenged by a body builder and a body beautiful.
Director Bob Wild ; Producer Mark Wells A Broadsword production for BBCtv
The Kiss of Death. In the 1920s, 60,000 people in Britain died each year from syphilis, and mass infection of the troops even threatened to undermine the Allied war effort until the discovery of penicillin in 1943. This final film reveals the secret history of venereal disease. Producer Steve Humphries
Executive producer Sam Organ A Domino production for BBCtv
Iceman. A chance to see a revised version of last year's film about the man whose body was discovered in 1991, frozen in an Alpine glacier. He had lain there for over 5,000 years and his well-preserved corpse, clothing, tools, and other possessions found with him launched a major research programme. Tonight's film brings the story up to date as the picture of the Iceman's
Stone Age life and his mysterious death become clearer.
Producer Katharine Everett
Series editor Jana Bennett
Revised rpt Stereo Subtitled
TRANSCRIPT: send£2.00cheque to [address removed]
K isforKensal Green. The obelisks and pyramids of the Cemetery of All Souls in London are among the curiosities this week.
Producer Neil Crombie
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff An XYTV production for BBCtv
A rock'n'roll fable starring
Rupert Everett and Bob Dylan
When a rising singer is taken up by a reclusive rock legend, she travels with him to England to meet a British pop star.
Director Richard Marquand
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With Francine Stock.
The arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow
Greek Drama. Shouldmodern productions of Ancient Greek drama re-create the style of the original performances or bring out their more modern significance?
Nine programmes on issues such as bullying, fashion, accents and family relationships.