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Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 am Movable Feasts
Michael has ambitious plans and Robert runs into problems with the multi-faith festival.
Hamlet. Shakespeare's classic tragedy in an accessible, animated form.
Programme for infants.
Dibs takes Michael and Baxter mountain-climbing.
Last in the series. Simon Mayo looks at how different faiths viewjesus.
Earth. Children learn about the natural world.
Four artists look at the world around them.
Sophie has a shadow theatre in the studio, performs the Teddy Bears Picnic song, and helps prepare a picnic for 90 children.
Today: the second of two programmes on the events leading to the opening of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
To the Light (part 5). Rob and Lisa are rescued and Colonel
Baker promises to help.
Hope. Sequences to be used with young people in collective acts of worship.
At the End of the Rainbow. How a purple dye lead to the conquest of bacterial infection.
For secondary teachers in mainstream schools who have pupils with special needs.
1.35pm KingGreenfingers The King has a cold.
In the series about trees, Nick Davies shows how wood is used as a source of fuel.
Followed by You and Me
Pioneer Art. A look through the collection in The American Museum, near Bath.
John Craven and Dave Lee
Travis announce the winners of the BBC's environmental awards scheme.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament, with lain Macwhirter.
Regional News; Weather
The story of three men who brought about a shift in attitudes towards preserving wild lands in America.
Peter Seabrook visits the garden at Hyde Hall , near Chelmsford in Essex.
Wot ULookinAt? Looking at the minds and genetics of violent people.
A shuttle-craft carrying Kirk, Spock and a critically ill Federation Commissioner is held on a planet by a mysterious force.
Return of the classic family western, the longest-running
American television series with a regular cast, starring James Amess
Snap Decision. When Matt is forced to kill an outlaw who was once his friend, he decides to turn in his badge.
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Marshal Matt Dillon:
The Final Scream. There are currently over 100 prisoners lingering on Death Row in Trinidad. For many, their last hope lies 4,000 miles away in a small courtroom in London where the most senior judges in the English judiciary will hear their cases.
With Trinidad and Jamaica about to resume hanging, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council will have to deal with an unprecedented number of life and death decisions. In his film, lawyer Bernard Simons examines the effectiveness of this little known court which covers many Commonwealth countries and argues a powerful case for reform to improve the quality of justice. Producer Gerry Pomeroy
Series producer Giles Oakley
The first of two visits to the premier horticultural event of the season. Since 1913, the Royal Horticultural Society's Great Spring Show has been held in the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea.
Alan Titchmarsh and Anne Gregg discover how it has developed over the past 80 years. (Gardeners' World from the Chelsea Flower Show, Friday at 8.30pm on BBC2)
Continuing the season of plays from the celebrated director.
Country by Trevor Griffiths.
A wealthy family gathers in 1945 to celebrate a return to the good life after the war.
The eldest son of Sir Frederick and Lady Carlion is dead and his widow tries to ensure that her son will inherit control of the brewing interests on which all the family depends.
Producer Ann Scott
Andrew Oliphant PIERS:
Sir Frederick Carlion:
Crime has provided a rich source of comedy over the years. Here, clips from the archive look at the funniest crooks on TV from the Frost
Report to Porridge. Producer Kate Barker
With Francine Stock.
The arts and media magazine.
A Historical Production?
In 1973, three South Africans devised one of the most powerful plays ever produced about resistance.