9.00 The Geography Collection 6826139 9.25 Standard Grade English
1620435 10.00 Thunderbirds in Hindi
10.05 Seeing through Science Stereo5944145 10.30
11.00 Q and A
11.45 History File
545578712.05 The Geography Programme 986778712.25 Lifeschool
12.50 Business Matters
Subtitled 1391684 1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20 Fiddley Foodie Bird Stereo44967058 1.30Johnson and Friends Stereo 1.40 Music Time Stereo 13370597 2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; followed by Numbertime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Today: scalds - how to spot the dangers from a child's point of view. With
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Citizens' rights magazine.
Today's programme comes from Norwich, and includes reports on an idea to help victims of fires, and a campaign for better wages for farm labourers.
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Followed by Westminster Live lain Macwhirter and John Cole present live coverage from the House of Commons, with Prime Minister's questions.
Welsh drama with English subtitles. As the villagers gather to show their support for Denzil and his family, a couple of familiar faces are missing. Moira voices her concerns about Gina.
A look at the dramatic and dangerous Danjiri Festival in Japan. The Danjiri are elaborate wooden floats, each weighing four tons and costing millions of dollars. Twenty are raced through the twisting, narrow streets of Kishiwada pulled by teams of 500 men.
Western starring James Stewart
A civil war veteran is on the trail of killer Ben Vandergroat , determined to claim the $5,000 reward for him.
Director Anthony Mann (1953)
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Current affairs programme for London and the south east.
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nThe first in a series debating, celebrating and questioning the latest thinking in science.
Tonight's programme asks whether the Big Bang was nothing more than a whimper. And England cricketer
Mark Ramprakash , is put through his paces to look at the complicated mathematical equations that enable cricketers to catch a ball.
Executive producer Alex Graham
Series editor Sara Ramsden
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Series exploring the origins of the rose. This week, Roger Phillips follows the Route Napoleon to discover how Bonaparte's mistress,
Josephine, ensured that the French rose would dominate the rose world for over years. With Martyn Rix.
More pithy wit from
Liverpool's Mr Mirth.
Featuring Jean Marsh , Peter O'Brien and John Sparkes.
Director Me tin Huseyin: Producer Alan Nixon
Andrew Duncan interview with Alexei Sayle
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From Hong Kong to Ulan Bator
Barrister-turned-TV host Clive Anderson is the first of six celebrities to indulge a passion for train travel in a new series of rail explorations.
From Hong Kong, Anderson sets out on his 2,500-mile epic with influenza, an eye infection and a Chinese phrase book. But as he gradually becomes accustomed to the train's cuisine - chicken's feet a speciality - he discovers a country in the throes of social and political change. The journey ends on the Trans-Siberian Express at Ulan Bator in Mongolia.
Future programmes in the series are presented by author Rian Malan , prima ballerina
Natalia Makarova , seasoned televison traveller Michael Palin , poet-novelist Lisa St Aubin de Teran and BBC correspondent Mark Tully. Producer Mark Chapman
Executive producer David Taylor
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Lisa St Aubin
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Jeremy Isaacs interviews American novelist
Concluding the short season of early films by Ingmar Bergman
A sailor falls in love with a girl he rescues. In Swedish with English subtitles. With Nine-Christine Jonsson.
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