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How different societies view beauty. Today: a girl has to look her best on her wedding day. Ratha, from Sri Lanka, must transform herself into the ideal Hindu bride for a marriage ceremony whose rituals have remained virtually unchanged for
Architects across Europe. Today: Norway, with ArneHenriksen.
9.05 The Science Collection
9.30 Mathscope - routes and maps
10.00 Thunderbirds in French
Puppet series for children learning French.
10.05 Thinkabout Science (Stereo)
10.20 Search Out Science
10.40 Around Scotland
11.00 Words and Pictures (Stereo)
11.15 English Time
11.35 Ghostwriter (Stereo)
12.05 Quinze Minutes
French magazine series for beginners.
Exploring the possibilities of getting jobs across the Channel. (Stereo)
12.50 Teaching Today - health education (Stereo)
The big adventures of a little car who lives in a motor museum.
1.30 Joshua Jones
1.40 Zig Zag: Roman Britain
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; followed by Storytime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Law and order will dominate the afternoon's debates, and public concern about crime and the judicial system is likely to be reflected in speeches from the Tory grassroots. The Home
Secretary, Michael Howard , will also be under pressure to allay the fears of the police hierarchy over the controversial Sheehy Report into its structure and performance-related pay.
Presented by Vivian White , Sheena McDonald and Huw Edwards.
Including at 3.00
News Subtitled and Weather and at 3.50
News Subtitled and Weather Regional News; Weather
What can be done to encourage reinvestment in Spain's coal and steel industries? Director/Producer Terry Doyle
Bread and Circuses. Captain Kirk comes across a modern civilisation following the precepts of ancient Rome.
What have people in Britain done to stop the war in Bosnia? Jon Ronson talks to Bosnian
Serb leader Radovan Karadzic , Samantha Fox and a Swiss weatherman. Director Richard Fell
Series producer Neil Crombie
Wet Dreams. Gabriel Davies dreams of surfing in Hawaii, but for the moment has to make do with the polluted waves of Newcastle upon Tyne. Producer Gabe Solomon Series producer Bob Long
Anthony Trollope , part-time Victorian author, is a publishing phenomenon. Four complete editions of his works are in preparation. Two recent biographies have been bestsellers. The Trollope
Society is the largest such "fan club" in the country. And last
March a plaque was unveiled in Westminster Abbey. Bookmark travels in search of latter-day Trollopians, including Robin Leigh-Pemberton ,
Joanna Trollope and the author's most celebrated fan, John Major. Producer Daisy Goodwin
Series editor Roland Keating
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Former sex-party hostess
Cynthia Payne is the first of eight tamous people who invite the television camera to examine their mantelpiece. Director/Series producer Nicholas Barker
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From cult comedian to one of America's highest-paid performers, Seinfeld now stars in his first sitcom.
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Richard Wilson puts aside Victor Meldrew in his first television role since One Foot in the Grave. He stars as Prime Minister James Forth; who thinks God is talking to him, in journalist Mark Lawson's first TV play.
It's three days before the General Election and the party chairman George Salisbury and his ambitious young spin doctor Michael Fisher have their work cut out in trying to keep the news from the public. They must also ensure a smooth handover of power once victory is assured.
Producer Charles Pattinson Director Pedr James
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First Surveillance Man:
Second Surveillance Man:
Retired Building Society Man:
Presented by Peter Snow.
With Tracey Macleod.
Conserving the Chilterns.
A look at the background and development of the Palazzo
Venezia in Rome.