Today: John FitzMaurice Mills demonstrates how to clean items of memorabilia.
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John Hall is a flamboyant multi-millionaire on a personal crusade to regenerate the North East. He believes that with a world of fantasy parks and shopping malls like theatre sets, he can lead the way to a new kind of society in Britain. Rpt 557042'
9.00 The Spanish Collection
Series on contemporary Spain for advanced students. (Stereo)
9.25 Standard Grade Geography: People in Landscape
The 1993 floods in the Strathtay river basin.
9.45 Come Outside: Water (indoors)
10.00 Thunderbirds in French: The Man from MI5
10.05 Seeing through Science: the Problem with Pests
10.30 Ghostwriter: Over a Barrel
11.00 Q and A
Looks at the educational output from BBC Wales. (Stereo)
11.10 Landmarks: Tudors and Stuarts - Elizabeth I
11.30 Ici Paris: L'Art et la Technologie
11.45 History File: The Roman Empire - Defending the Empire
Why was the Roman army so successful? (Stereo)
12.05 The Geography Programme: Tourists, Tourists
A look at the impact of tourism on different parts of Britain.
12.25 Lifeschool: D is for Death
Why are we so afraid of death?
12.50 Computing for the Terrified: Designs and Misdemeanours
1.35 Dilly the Dinosaur
1.40 Music Time: Metal Sounds
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather
followed by Come Outside
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Coverage from the first round of the Dunhill Cup from St Andrews , a round-robin international team event with a first prize of £100,000. Nick Faldo leads England and John Daly makes his debut for the USA. With commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
Including at 3.00
News Subtitled and Weather and at 3.50
News subtitled and Weather Regional News; Weather
Fortnightly magazine from the Disability Programmes Unit challenging assumptions and confronting current issues from a disability perspective.
With sign language interpretation. Series producer Ian Macrae
An American soldier of fortune joins forces with a rebel leader in the Mexican revolutionary struggles.
Director Richard Fleischer 1956)
FILM REVIEWS pages 55-60
Coverage of the two rival contests, with Francine Stock.
The return of the current affairs series for the south.
Routes of Conflict
An investigation into the spreading anti-roads campaign. With Sally Taylor.
Producer Peter Pitt
The current affairs programme that tackles the big stories in London and the south east of England. With Fiona Bruce and Michael Delahaye.
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
This week: can the new C-class Mercedes reverse the downward trend of sales of Mercedes-Benz cars? Plus a look at the Citroen ZX Rallye.
Supplies are low. Then a malfunctioning guidance beam drags the Dwarfers to a deserted space station.
A Grant Naylor production for BBCtv
Matters of Life and Death
The ability of dogs to sniff out people in trouble is well known. In addition, their uncanny senses can predict epileptic fits and their unquestioning loyalty can turn the souls of murderers.
Series producer Michael Waldman
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
As a cinema in the home and a "time shifter" of television programmes, as a record of memories and information, as the basis of TV shows revealing members of the public falling over or actors forgetting their lines, in the last decade the videotape has caught on more swiftly and completely than any comparable technological innovation this century.
We buy 44 million blank tapes every year. And yet, as a historical document, there is a danger that the image on a videotape will eventually become unreadable.
Producer Gail Taylor
Series producer Mark Harrison
Presented by Peter Snow.
A poet gives an interpretation of the day's news.
Elmore Leonard , the acknowledged king of American crime fiction, talks to fellow crime writer Michael Dibdin.
Tonight: ex-John Coltrane pianist McCoy Tyner and the Julian Joseph Quartet.
Billie Holiday: the Long Night of Lady Day
A 1984 Arena profile. Director John Jeremy
Producer Alan Yentob