With Philippa Forrester. (Stereo) (Rpt)
The Dot Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Animated drama series. An Action Time production for BBCtv
Philip Hawthorn tells the story of Joshua and the battle of Jericho.
Written by Valerie Georgeson, from story by Joan Eadington.
A Broadsword production for BBCtv
Episode written by MargaretSimpson Rpt
Today: water mammals. With Terry Nutkins.
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A six-part comedy drama.
(Shown last Thursday on BBC1)
Featuring Barry Manilow and Culture Beat.
Life with a group of students.
Political review with Jonathan Beale. Reports by Tim Friend.
Ingrid Bergman Mario Vitale Italy, 1945: a Lithuanian refugee, marries a handsome but simple Italian fisherman. Soon she dreams of escaping. Written, produced and directed by Roberto Rossellini (1950) B/W
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This great Parisian museum opened its doors to the public 200 years ago. The origins of its enormous collection are explored.
A compilation of last week's intimate record, shown each evening before Newsnight, of life in a city under siege.
This weekend the All Blacks play Scotland A in Glasgow, and in England the Courage Leagues return with the top match between Leicester and Harlequins.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Phil Drabble introduces another round of the sheepdog trials from Chatsworth. Today sees the turn of the Welsh. With Ray Ollerenshaw.
Director Ian Russell ; Producer Ian Smith
On the eve of the CBI conference, Peter Jay asks a panel of leading industrialists and teachers whether it is too late to equip Britain's children for the future.
Editor Jane Ellison
Documentary series following hopefuls through a year at the Drama Centre in London.
Paul disappears for ten days, a serious breach of discipline. Anthony Hopkins ,
Simon Callow and others assess the techniques and torture of the Drama Centre.
Director John Bames ; Series editor Paul Watson
Mahatma Gandhi once said: "Good travels at a snail's pace; therefore it can have little to do with railways." At the time he condemned trains as tools of British imperialism, but later
Gandhi realised their potential for spreading his own message, as he travelled India.
The use of railways by monarchs and heads of state features in the third part of this series about the development of railways. Filmed in India, Russia and Africa, the programme also includes footage of Prince
Nicholas laying the foundation stone of the Trans-Siberian railway in Vladivostock in and former Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda recalling the problems in building the Chinese-backed Tanzania-
Zambia railway in the face of western opposition. Producer Peter Bate
Series producer PeterGrimsdale
The wry investigation of some of life's unanswerables.
Tonight: how can you be stuffed when you die, why do cats show their bottoms while being stroked and do spoilers on family saloon cars serve any purpose? Guests include
Jeremy Clarkson , Michael Bogdanov and the Reduced
Shakespeare Company. Also featuring Carol Vorderman. Producer Philippe Bassett Series editor Leela Creswell
A Celandine production forBBCtv
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Another chance to see this morning's Remembrance
Sunday parade and service in Whitehall. Stereo
Introduced by Robert McKee. Producer Nick Freand Jones
10.55 Bringing Up Baby
Screwball comedy starring
Katharine Hepburn David Huxley is a quiet professor, content to live out his life among dinosaur bones. But when he encounters society girl Susan Vance and her pet leopard, Baby, his life of peace and order is shattered.
Director Howard Hawks (1938)