Featuring the late Sir John Betjeman revisiting the Isle of Man.
Pathé News this week in 1954. A Griffin production forBBCtv
9.05 Topics for Tutorials
73938519.25 Job Bank: Gas service engineer/Circus performer Stereo 73136159.45 Numbers Plus: Infant Maths
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Space 307687010.20 Music Time Stereo 305229010.45
Thinkabout Science 6411832 j 1 1.00 Zig Zag: The Vikings
304334411.25 The Science
12.10 The Geography
Programme: Images ofthe Earth 9264696 12.30 Study Ireland:
History 280850912.50 i TeachingToday
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BBC with Chris Jarvis
745372571.25 Melvin and Maureen's Music-a-Grams
Landmarks: Coping with the J Climate Stereo 138434932.00
News Subtitled and Weather: followed by Numbers Plus: Infant Maths
Note: repeats are not indicated.
A film about the Wright brothers' first successful manned motor flight.
Subtitled (news) I Songs of Praise j
! Big band special from London.
Daily nostalgia quiz presented by Martyn Lewis. A Mentom production for BBCtv
The Welsh-language soap 1 set in the fictitious village of Cwmderi. This week, will Karen accept Meic's offer? Who is Mrs Mac 's new acquaintance? There's a shock in store for Hywel. With English subtitles.
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Ruth Langsford visits the Harrogate Autumn Show.
Where There's a Will, There 's a Way (part 2). Comedy. When Will and his cousin host a party, Carlton discovers that his new girlfriend is an intimate friend of Will's.
6.25 The Ren and Stimpy Show Cult animation series. Ren and Stimpy become firefighters.
6.50 Goggle Eyes
Last in the four-part comedy drama. The family is back to three females - but they miss Gerald. With Alun Armstrong , Lesley Manville , Honeysuckle Weeks and Victoria Shalet.
Prod ucerGeorgina Abrahams Director Carol Wiseman
A Friday production for BBCtv
Billy Connolly continues his look at 500 years of Scottish art. Every Picture Tells a Story.
Victorian painters told stories from everyday life. When
David Wilkie and his Scottish colleagues emerged as masters of the genre, they took the London art market by storm. Director/Producer Douglas Rae An Ecosse production for BBCtv
In Los Angeles in 1970, a 13-year-old girl was found who had lived as a prisoner since birth tied to a potty in a back room of her parents' house, unable to move anything except her hands and feet and without having heard human speech.
After her escape with her blind mother, Genie (not her real name) became an object of fascination to psychological and linguistic researchers because she couldn't speak and was completely unsocialised. For a while she was fostered by the head of the project's family, but when scientists ceased to be interested in her she was returned, still severely disturbed, to her inadequate mother and forgotten.
Horizon tells her story, and Investigates what subsequently became of the girl after she helped scientists with their study. Producers Linda Garman and Colin Poole Series editor Jana Bennett Stereo
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Fourth of six dramas on the black and Asian experience. "PaMsGoHome"
Jay and Ravi have a tough time being bullied at school. But things start to get out of hand when the school bully's sister takes a shine to Ravi. With Bill Paterson , Adam Dean , Ozdemir Mamodeally , Scott Mitchell and Kelly Arnull.
Writer Rohan Leslie ; Producer Greg Brenman
Director Tim Leandro ; A Crucial production for
Comedy thriller starring Robert Urich
It takes a thief to catch a thief - but when strait-laced operative Harry Schofield springs street-smart convict Samantha White to do just that, all they catch is trouble. Soon the two are mixed up in the murky world of murder and politics.
Director Paul Lynch (1989)
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Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
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With Jeremy Paxman.
One of the most successful film directors of all time, Steven Spielberg , talks about his career with Jeremy Isaacs. Editor Michael Poole
A chance to record secondary school material. Tonight: five programmes about The Global Environment.