6.45 The Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice 93098627.lOThe Enlightenment: Women and Nature 4083483 7.35 Farming in Victorian England
John FitzMaurice Mills advises on caring for canvas.
In the last of the series,
Alec Clifton-Taylor visits Warwick.
Bryan McNerney visits
Dennington Church in Suffolk.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
A look at medical physics.
For 4- to 5-year-olds. Today's story: Hot Hippo.
For 5- to 7-year-olds. Is it better to push or pull things? (Stereo)
For 9- to 12-year-olds. How do electric light bulbs produce moving pictures?
A look at Highland life 200 years ago.
For 5- to 7-year-olds. Today: cats and camels.
For 11- to 14-year-olds. Today: grammar.
Gaby falls mysteriously ill.
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For 11- to 13-year-olds. First programme in a French magazine series.
For 16-year-olds. Exploring the realities of getting jobs across the Channel. (Stereo)
First of a two-part guide for primary school teachers on reducing disruption and trivial misbehaviour in their classrooms. (Stereo)
Puppet fun for children.
Scarecrow and his friends enjoy a frosty day on the farm.
Animation. PC Pinkerton meets the mischievous Macavity.
For 8- to 10-year-olds.
The origins of Rome and the expansion of the Roman Empire.
Followed by Storytime
A 40 Minutes film. It is now recognised in the USA that people are being poisoned by exposure to commonly used chemicals. A group of sufferers have found refuge in the clean air of Wimberley in Texas - with painful and bizarre results.
Followed by The Madigan Line
A film of a modern expedition crossing the Simpson Desert in central Australia.
Regional News; Weather
Today the Liberal Democrats debate crime prevention, economic policy and the UN.
Bankers. How business and industry profit from the support offered by Spanish banks. Director/Producer Terry Doyle
The Omega Glory. The deserted hulk of the USS Exeter orbiting Omega IV seems to indicate something sinister.
Form a Cult. New religious movements are springing up all over Britain, and young people are a prime target. Tonight Jon Ronson launches a frenzied comedy investigation into the world of religious cults.
He joins up with the Jesus Army in Coventry and tries to get faith healer Morris Cerullo to help him form a cult of his own. Director Mike Barker
Series producer Neil Crombie
The acclaimed series of videos gets a second airing in Def II.
The Bad Sax Guide. At primary school Polly enjoyed learning and had lots of friends, but things started to go badly wrong when she moved to a comprehensive school. Now receiving one-to-one tuition, will she adapt to her latest learning situation? Producer Emma Read
Series producer Bob Long
John Simpson, BBC Foreign Editor, addresses an invited audience at the Royal Television Society Convention in Cambridge. Just back from assignment in Angola, Simpson reflects on the nature of television news. What are the elements involved in putting a news report together? What determines the priorities for a television journalist and how far are they influenced by the wider context in which the reporter operates? Producer Nigel Sharman
Examining the visionary schemes of Victorian civil engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette. Director Jamie Muir
A series of drama premieres from some of Britain's most challenging and innovative playwrights begins with the screenwriting debut of novelist Ronan Bennett (author of The Second Prison).
Starring Mark Rylance, Elizabeth Bourgine
A Republican prisoner in Belfast's Maze Prison is released for 24 hours to help track the killers of his one-time girlfriend.
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Presented by Peter Snow.
Face to Face with Sir Peter Hall
Jeremy Isaacs talks to one of the great figures of contemporary British theatre. Producer David Herman
British and American newsreel coverage of industrial strife duringthe 1930s.
Examining the prison psychologist's role.