6.45 Statistics: the World's
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Geometry 5409958 7.35 Land Use in Brazil
The yacht Voluta, built in the last year of Queen Victoria's reign, is now in the charter business. Rpt
Pathe News this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Today: a trainee hotel manager and a firefighter.
Today: Brian Conley reads Big Al.
A song about transport in Java, and music to describe a storm.
Solve the secret of the stamps andreadthe riddle of the crossing lines.
How many animals live in, on and around an oak tree?
A Case production for BBCtv
Anneka Rice shows how to avoid scalds. Subtitled
Timmy Mallett and Anjuu Misra look at religion. Today: what is a person?
Equal Rights - Sikhism. Michael visits a Sikh temple.
A new purpose for old buildings in the west Midlands.
The effect of the Second World
War on the British people.
Developing environmental education. Stereo
Children investigate river pollution. Stereo
Followed by Storytime
Colin Terris is a glass engraver in Caithness. Rpt
Followed by Praise Be! WithThoraHird.
Regional News; Weather
War drama, starring John Wayne
1945: the people of the Philippines are fighting the Japanese while awaiting liberation by the Americans. irector Edward Dmytryk
SEE FILMS pages41 -50
Capt Andres Bonifacio:
Lt Cmdr Waite:
Including a look at shaded areas and fern varieties.
American mock-horror series. Morticia 's Dilemma. Morticia discovers that her guest is promised in marriage to Gomez.
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
More misadventures with the streetwise Will. stereo
Standing Room Only The football magazine programme that takes a fan's-eye view of the game. Today: how psychology can help a footballer. With Kevin Allen and Shelley Webb. Series producer Alan Hurndall
Another chance to see the film about London's classic red
Routemaster bus, first shown in a series about great machines that refused to die. producer Paul Wooding
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
Allergic to the 20th Century A debilitating and sometimes fatal condition, asthma has reached epidemic proportions in the western world and is now increasing in the developing world. The reason for this sudden rise is still puzzling scientists, but it appears that people are allergic to something in the 20th-century lifestyle. The latest scientific research revealed by Horizon indicates that we all have a short "window" in our lives when we are most vulnerable to becoming asthmatic. If we can reduce the risks of becoming sensitised then, we could improve our chances of escaping the epidemic. Producer John Groom
Series editor Jana Bennett
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T Is for Temples. Some exotic buildings in unexpected places. Producer Andrew Gosling
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
Gentle character study from director Bruce
Beresford, starring Robert Duvall who won an Oscar (and wrote the songs) for his portrayal of a country singer down on his luck. Mac Sledge wakes up in a small Texas town with a massive hangover and no money.... not even enough to pay the motel bill. The owner allows him to work out his debt and gradually Mac begins to rebuild his life. ubtitled
SEE FILMS pages 41-50
With Francine Stock.
Features, news and opinion from the world of arts, media and culture.
Colin Cunningham shows how the success of imperial Athens was founded on wealth from local silver mines.