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Arts: The Great Exhibition of 1851
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Pupils from Holyrood School, Glasgow, talk about making the change from primary to secondary school.
Jamal and Lenni need the help of a code breaker to make sense of Ghostwriter's messages. With signing.
Michael and Dibs are in a silly mood.
The flora and fauna of the rocks and pools between the tides.
Helping children understand the science of sound.
Kuwait was a human catastrophe but it never turned out to be the global environmental disaster that many predicted. Who got it wrong? (Stereo)
Poet Michael Rosen helps some children write a poem as they walk round Northampton. (Stereo)
Crocodiles make tender parents, and meerkats run a baby-sitting service.
When a film star receives a threatening letter, the team decides to investigate. (Stereo)
Film-making in Scotland: the image of Scotland projected on the screen.
A look at who benefits most from international aid - the giver or the receiver.
The development of "health promoting schools".
Musical series. A long-lost friend turns up. With Matthew Devitt , Sophie Aldred and Eithne Hannigan.
Cartoon. It's springtime,
Birdie's singing, and Alistair finds out that cleaning can be fun!
Sheelagh Gilbey meets Scottish children who are growing trees from seed.
Followed by You and Me
Coverage of the Stella Artois Championships from Queen's Club, London. This pre-Wimbledon grass court tournament has again attracted a field of the highest calibre. Former winners
Stefan Edberg , Boris Becker ,
Ivan Lendl and defending champion Wayne Ferreira are joined by world No 1 Pete Sampras. With commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox and David Mercer.
Introduced by Barry Davies. Producers Peter Hylton Cleaver and Johnnie Watherston
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Friday 's Child. The Klingons disrupt a mineral treaty.
The classic family western, starring James Arness
The Jailer. Bette Davis guest stars as a woman who has waited six years to avenge her husband's death. Now she has a plan to lure Matt into a trap.
Series of programmes made by members of the public.
The Last Straw. The Duke of Westminster may be best known for his urban interests, but his heart is rooted in the countryside. Last year he published a report, The
Problems in Rural Areas, which gathered much support among country people, but was ignored elsewhere.
In this film, he expresses his concerns for the future of rural communities as farmers are driven off the land and family farms are in decline. With four farmers a week committing suicide, rural life is far from the idyll it can seem to outsiders. Producer Sue Davidson
Series producer Giles Oakley
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The second of two films on the morality of punishment. A Cure for Crime. Can punishment ever fit a crime? Back in the 1960s, some optimistic reforms set out to "cure" criminals, but often violated prisoners' rights.
Now reform regimes are less idealistic, but are they more fair? In this film, prisoners from
Britain and America speak out about their experiences. It ends on the island of Alcatraz prison, now a tourist attraction. Is there a glamour to crime that we are reluctant to take into account?
Producer Nikki Stockley
Executive producer John Blake
The Insurance Man
The season of dramas from the celebrated director continues with this play by Alan Bennett. The story is told in flashback from the Prague of 1945 with the city on the brink of liberation by the Russians. A man hangs from a lamp-post. He had been fleeing from his pursuers and knocked at the door of a house.
Producer Innes Lloyd
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Further coverage of the Golden Gala from Rome.
The arts and media magazine.
The Re-Fashioning of Literature The history of an Indian poem between the 18th century and Independence.
A Renaissance Church
A Florentine church, designed byBrunelleschi.