7.10 Ancient Athens: Silver Mining 5901366 7.35 Whose Land Is It Anyway?
A look at the restored
Bridgwater ketch Irene.
Pathe News this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
The Spanish Collection
The work of an entrepreneur and a printer. A Tomahawk production for BBCtv
Shadow Puppets. Making puppets for a story set in Java.
Seven Times Able and The
Exploring timber as a source of fuel and energy.
A Case production for BBCtv
Anneka Rice shows what to do if a child swallows poison.
Timmy Mallett and Anjuu Misra look at faith and belief.
Robert has problems with the multi-faith festival.
An environmental case study from the 1980s.
The drift from wartime alliance to Cold War hostility between the USSR and the west.
Getting started with the new technology curriculum.
Animation. A Felgate production for BBCtv
London children look at plans to build a motorway through historic woodland.
Followed by Storytime
A look at the controversial painting Dali -12th Man.
Regional News; Weather
Melodrama starring Edmond O'Brien, Joan Fontaine, Ida Lupino
A childless couple apply to adopt a child. But the subsequent investigations reveal that the husband has been leading a double life.
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Jimmy Mulville takes a Club
Adventure set in America's pioneering frontier days, starring Kirk Douglas, Dewey Martin.
In the 1830s a pair of tough Kentucky mountain men head up the Missouri River from St Louis into unknown territory.
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Wot U Lookin At? The most common pre-violence comment - "wot u lookin at" - has led psychiatrists working with prisoners to identify paranoia as one of the most important factors behind the violence of city centre streets. Other scientists believe biology, not psychology, holds the key - that genes separate the violent from the peaceful. Horizon uncovers evidence of government funded research in America that is looking into levels of brain chemicals and possible ways of using drugs to alter behaviour. But the film asks whether we should be seeking medical solutions to social problems.
Producers Oliver James and David Malone Series editor Jana Bennett
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The criminal justice system is a game of adversaries and this nightmarish game show treats it literally as that. Starring
Jill Gascoine for the defence, and Simon Callow for the prosecution, it features former footballer Garth Crooks as the brave contestant whose liberty is on the line. A battery of legal professionals help him towards his doom under the guidance of Ken Campbell , judge and gamesmaster. The show may mirror real-life cases, but it's only a game. Or is it? If you ever thought British justice was fair, remember - everything that happens here could happen to you. Explanations and examples from Anna Worrall ,
Anthony Scrivener , Anthony Hooper , all QCs, and Rt Hon Sir Frederick Lawton , an appeal judge. Director Alan Ereira
Executive producer Elizabeth Clough
As the live wildlife surveillance begins its second evening,
Jessica Holm eavesdrops on foxes, badgers, bats and owls from the farmhouse kitchen. In Nottingham, Nick Davies is in the back garden. And Fergus Keeling keeps watch on a secret countryside location.
(Continued at 11.50pm)
Classic comedy by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. Starring Ronnie Barker
Happy Release. Fletch finds himself sharing a ward in the prison hospital with Blanco.
Producer Sydney Lotterby
With Jeremy Paxman.
The evening's highlights. (Continued tomorrow at 10.10pm)
A look at white attitudes to native Americans during the 19th century.