Bryan McNerney investigates prehistoric villages in Cornwall.
A programme about the Paradise community, a group of mentally handicapped adults who live in the Cotswolds, and enjoy a life based on Christian values and the teaching of Rudolf Steiner.
9.05 The Art: The Art of Clothes
9.45 You and Me
An SFTV production for BBCtv
10.00 Movable Feasts
10.15 Look and Read
10.35 Q and A
10.45 Square One TV Maths
11.15 Thunderbirds in Hindi
11.20 English Express
11.40 The Geography Collection
12.05 History File: The Era of the Second World War
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
1.20 Puppydog Tales
1.25 Just So Stories: How the Camel Got His Hump
1.40 Hawk's Eye: Rubbish - the Story of Waste Disposal
2.00 News subtitled and Weather;
followed by You and Me
Note: repeats are not indicated.
A look at George Stephenson and the railway. A Target production for BBCtv
With signing and subtitles.
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including
Prime Minister's questions.
Welsh drama with English subtitles. Denzil frantically calls for an ambulance and policeman Rod is torn between family loyalty and professional duty.
(Shown yesterday at 11.50pm on BBC
I Children's adventure starring Robert Logan
Travis Maclaine and his daughters set out on a round-the-world voyage in a converted trawler but immediately things do not go according to plan. First they discover they have a stowaway on board, then learn about survival when they are shipwrecked after a fierce storm.
Screenplay/Director Stewart Raffill (1978)
The last of two programmes on the history of 50 years in the classroom. Kenneth Baker 's
1988 Education Reform Act was the most radical change in education since Butler's
Education Act of 1944. It introduced the National
Curriculum - but will it stand the test of time?
Producer Marilyn Wheatcroft
A Television History Workshop production for
Restaurateur and bon vivant
Antonio Carluccio visits
Positano on Italy's west coast where he cooks a barbecue for local fishermen. Michael Barry has the recipe for beef stifado, a Mediterranean winter warmer.
And the team test the new ranges of "easy peel" oranges. With Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jilly Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
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American science fiction series. 10 August 1968: Sam leaps into the life of Ron Miller , a crippled Vietnam veteran.
Caraline is an intelligent 29-year-old woman, who weighs three and a half stone and knows that she is dying from chronic anorexia and bulimia. As a child she was brutalised by her mother and sexually abused by her father, who is now in prison for the crime.
The physical toll includes diabetes, loss of teeth, enlarged heart, gangrene and kidney disease. " If I was slim as a shadow," she says, "nobody would be able to hurt me any more. If I stand sideways as an anorexic I can just about fit. If stand face on I take up too much space, I'm not bitter, I'm just hurting. I'm dying of anorexia and child abuse."
In this film we share the agony of her starving and bingeing, as she talks about her horrific childhood and her subsequent rejection of adulthood.
Director Jeremy Llewellyn Jones
Series editor Paul Watson
An Uden production for BBCtv
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
The Collapse of British Architecture
In this Late Show special,
Martin Pawley argues that the death of British architecture will lead to a very different urban landscape for Britain.
This romantic drama was director Ingmar Bergman 's second film. David and Maggi meet by chance and decide to join forces. In
Swedish with English subtitles.
FILM REVIEWS pages 31-34
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