6.45 Venice and Antwerp in the 16thCentury 3414645 7.10 What Is Music? 3447312 7.35 Education: a Place for Play
Drama starring John Wayne
While investigating the death of a friend
Lynn Hollister discovers a town full of corruption. Director John HAuer (1941) B/W
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Comedy starring Rock Hudson
A millionaire playboy plays chaperone to a group of American college girls to the consternation of his girlfriend. Director Robert Mulligan (61)
First in a daily series about goodandbadtasteinthehome.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
First in a daily series on sport. Today: climbing.
Top Gear Take Two
Including a test drive of the Honda CRX.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
The Wright brothers' and , the aeroplane.
Songs of Praise
Pathe news this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
In Welsh with English subtitles.
Chris Godsmark reports on a crime costing British industry £9 billion a year.
The thorny issue of roses is tackled; perfect plants for problem places; a last look at foliage and how to make the perfect compost.
Home Is Where the Heart
Attack Is. Philip Banks is cautioned to lose weight.
While BBC2 has been showing master classes overthe past five weeks, nearly performers in this year's competition have been competing for 58 places in the semi-final.
Tonight's piano section is the first and features 11 contestants from an original entry of 111. All have been through two regional stages but tonight's pre-recorded contest is the first time they have been heard on a national level.
Coming from the Birmingham
Conservatoire for the first time, the semi-finals are in five categories: the strings, woodwind, percussion and brass will be shown over the next week. Five contestants from each section will be selected for next week's finals.
The concerto final, where the five category winners compete for the overall title of Young
Musician of the Year, will be held at the Barbican Hall in London and broadcast on 10 April.
: Director Sue Knussen
: Executive producer Kriss Rusmanis
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
(Strings semi-final: tomorrowat 6.55pm)
Ben. Tonight's programme meets Ben a market trader and one of Britain's youngest greyhound owner. Director Rukhsana Mosam
Series producer Alan Humdall
Sir Walter's Journey
Geneticist Sir Walter Bodmer reveals a new history of Britain, one within us all - written in our genes. With the latest advances in medical research he demonstrates the power of genetics. ProducerTimHaines
Editor Jana Bennett
Third of James MacMillan 's musical settings: Verily, I Say unto Thee, Today Thou Shalt Be with Me in Paradise.
Drama starring Keanu Reeves
Brilliant student David had everything to live for, so why did he commit suicide?
Featuring an appearance by Lou Reed , with music by Joe Strummer of The Clash.
Director Marisa Silver (1988)
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Followed by Saint of the Day First of an irreverent series for
Holy Week. Producer Jonathan Gili
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
On the eve of the publication of his latest novel, an interview with the Scottish writer, whose literary use of bad language has earned him notoriety. Producer Caroline Roberts
Director Louise Wardle