6.20 East Meets West
6.45 Christopher Plantin , Polyglot PrinterofAntwerp
7.10UnderstandingNarrative: Dickens'"Hard Times"
3618808 7.35 Scotland in the Enlightenment
Pathe News this week in 1954. AGriffin production for BBCtv
9.05 Topics for Tutorials 8110860 9.25JobBank:Tour Leader/Self employment 8130624 9.45 Numbers Plus: Infant Maths
10.00 Go 4,5: My Health - Safety in the home
10.20 Music Time
4426315 10.45Thinkabout Science ll.OOZigZag
11.25 Science Collection
12.10 Geography Programme
1458518 12.30 Study Ireland: History 2742315 12.50 TeachingToday: Religious
Education in the Primary School Stereo 9244518 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20KingGreenfingers Stereo 28872976 1.25 The
Brollys Stereo 48006131 1.40 Landmarks: History of Writing
2.00 News Subtitled and Weather; followed by Numbers Pius Stereo
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
Women of the mountain regions of Haute Savoie, France, talk about their lives. With English subtitles.
Songs of Praise
The Welsh-language soap with English subtitles. Will Hywel press charges?
Quiz show. An Atticus/KTV production for BBCtv
Colours and shapes of leaves.
Fresh Prince after Dark. A TV weathergirl is invited to pose for Playboy magazine.
6.25 The Ren and Stimpy Show Cult animation.
The Royal Academy of Music in London is the venue for the final class. Tonight's master is internationally acclaimed American cellist Lynn Harrell. Tonight he works with Jack Liebeck (violin), Rosie Biss (cello) and Ravlos Carvalho (cello). With Sarah Greene.
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
Simon. Series focusing on the lifestyles of eight young people in Britain today. Tonight's programme follows 18-year-old Simon through his training at missionary college and on to Spain where he tries to spread the gospel. Director Nicola Colton
Series producer Alan Humdall
Too Close to the Sun
Five years ago, Professors Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons claimed to have reproduced nuclear fusion in little more than a test tube. It was the ultimate dream - limitless, free, safe energy from one of the world's most abundant resources: water.
But within months leading physicists had dismissed their discovery as delusion or worse. Horizon examines one of the bitterest controversies in science, which continues to divide scientists today. Producer Deborah Cadbury Editor Jana Bennett
This week Sister
Wendy Beckett visits Rome where she discovers a pagan myth of the fear of sex, and a masterpiece in the Vatican which reveals
Michaelangelo's obsessive love for his mother.
Producer Randall Wright
Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter
Admiring God's works in Rome
SEE FEATURE page 41
Sci-fi thriller starring Bruno Lawrence
A global experiment malfunctions, leaving a New Zealand scientist seemingly alone in the world.
Film Reviews pages 53-60
At Bristol's hands-on science museum, the Exploratory, 40 scientific experts were brought together and given video access to more than 30 years of BBC science programmes. Among them was Dr Martin Fleischmann , featured in tonight's Horizon.
Their group discussions, arguments and debates on subjects of current scientific concern, have been marshalled into four programmes, broadcast nightly in this, British Science Week. Contributors are able to choose their own evidence from the BBC archives and call up clips on screen exactly when they want to.
In the first discussion,
Strangers in a Strange Land, a case is argued against the scientific establishment. Roy Porter is in the chair.
Series producer Martin Freeth
Monet and Cezanne.
12.25 1.30 am OU Downloaded
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