7.10 Animal Physiology: Breathing Deeply 7912052 7.35 Putting IT in its Place
Daily four-part story in the adventure series set on the streets of Brooklyn, New York. To Catch a Creep (part1) Someone mounts a smear campaign against Alex to stop him winning the school election. The "team" suspects Rob, but is he guilty?
A family of ducklings follow their mother down to the idyllic-looking pond.But under the surface lurks a whole bestiary of miniature monsters. Narrated by Peter France.
Pathe News this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Crime comedy, starring
Hilda, tired of life with gangster Floyd, returns home to her housekeeper mother Olga and proves to be a distinctly disturbing influence on her mother's wealthy employers - the Randall family.
Director Hal Roach (1939)
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England v Australia
Live coverage of the final day's play in the last Cornhill
Insurance Test from the Oval. Post mortems on England's failures in pre-match selection policy and on-field application should not, however, be allowed to mask the fact that the Australians are currently a mighty team. The early loss of strike bowler
Craig McDermott caused barely a hiccup: the batsmen Buried
England in runs, Merv Hughes was tireless, Paul Reiffel found more swing than his counterparts and no one mastered the spin twins.
Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Ivan Smith was 36 when he chose to leave his secure job as a metal crafts teacher and set up his own smithy. Now he works in Worcestershire where he is able to indulge his passion for making things for himself.
Animation narrated by Ray Brooks.
England v Australia
Further live coverage from the Oval through to the end of the match.
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
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Unearthing the Mole. Most farmers and gardeners believe that moles are pests. Yet how many people have seen a mole ! at close quarters or know how i they survive? In a dark world of tunnels, normally hidden from view, ingenious photography unearths the mysteries of a mole's secret way of life.
Narrator David Attenborough. Producer Mike Salisbury
There's a profile of the astilbe, a visit to a retired builder's prize-winning garden in Northumberland, plus has
Medwyn Williams grown the world's biggest parsnip?
Introduced by Geoff Hamilton.
The Oslo Philharmonic under its conductor Mariss Jansons is now one of Europe's top orchestras. Their concert tonight from London's Royal Albert Hall begins with a bizarre work by Russian composer Alfred Schnittke. He calls it (Not) a Midsummer
Night's Dream and in it a tune which could be by Schubert is taken on a nightmarish journey. Schnittke says of this tune: "I didn't borrow it, I faked it!"
The soloist in the central work, Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, is the brilliant young Japanese virtuoso Midori. She began her extraordinary career as an 11-year-old prodigy. Now 21, she says: "The Proms, for me, represent two Englands I tremendously enjoy - a combination of illustrious musical splendour and a romanticism as English as the worlds of Heathcliff and Jane Eyre. So it is a particular thrill
: to make my Proms debut tonight ; with a favourite concerto which
I first recorded when I was 15." After the interval, Jansons conducts Richard Strauss 's huge Alpine Symphony.
Introduced by James Naughtie. Director Barrie Gavin
Series editor Peter Maniura
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For several years now, the Albert Memorial in London's Kensington Gardens, opposite the Royal Albert Hall, has been shrouded in scaffolding. No one knows when it will be restored. Kirsty Wark investigates Albert's state of decay, and reveals a scheme to safeguard the monument's future. Director John Silver
Last in the comedy series set in a satellite TV station, written by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins.
Joining them in a bout of public accountability - and facing some tricky questions about the station's output - are Philip Pope , Helen Atkinson Wood and Michael Fenton Stevens. Director John Kilby Producer Jamie Rix
Presented by Peter Snow.
Highlights of the world's biggest arts festival as it enters its second week, presented by Kirsty Wark. Tonight's selection includes Night after Night, Neil Bartlett 's re-creation of the glitz and gaiety of musical theatre in the 1950s; and music from charismatic American baritone
Thomas Hampson. Producer Andrea Miller Editor John Archer
A look at how Sheffield and Lille in France are developing new relationships, stereo