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6.05 Bajourou - Music of Mali (S)
5468999 6.30 Never Mind the Quality? (S) 51390 7.00 Cities in a Hurry
(S) 99048 7.30 Philosophy in Action Debates about Boxing (S)
A roundup from News 24, with Liz Pike and Darren Jordon.
Weather at 8.25. (W)
A look at multicultural trends in what people eat.
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Gordon Ramsay seeks out the origins of the modern British menu. (R)
Land Records. Bettany Hughes looks at the history of Britain through land disputes. (R)
The science behind herbal medicine. (R)
A look at the issue of personal identity in TV discussions on fertility. (R) (S)
Raj Persaud examines how babies learn. (R)
This week's edition comes from the Trafford Centre in Manchester.
With sign language and in-vision subtitles. (S) Repeated Wednesday 2.45am on BBC1
Another popular holiday spot caught on camera.
Bilko serves as technical adviser on a film about a battle he was actually in.
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Security Hazard. The Tracys find a young stowaway.
Shown last Tuesday (S)
Romantic comedy of errors, beginning today's Rock Hudson Saturday Matinée double bill.
A successful fishing tackle salesman, but failed angler, is caught in the love net when he is entered in a fishing contest.
Director Howard Hawks (1964, U)
(S) Films: pp 60-66 ****
First World War romantic drama, adapted from the novel by Ernest Hemingway , concluding today's Rock Hudson Saturday Matinee double bill. In Italy in 1917, an American ambulance driver and a British nurse have a short-lived love affair.
Director Charles Vidor (1957, 15)
(S)(W) Films: pp 60-66 ***
Lt Frederic Henry:
Major Alessandro Rinaldi Vrttorio:
Miss van Campen:
Archive gems, featuring George Benson , the Monkees, Bon Jovi , the Carpenters and the Eagles.
Shown last Wednesday (S)
Guardian journalist Jim White looks back at a week in the news and reviews the stories that made the headlines.
Producer Christine Ruth (S)
Saddam's Bomb. In the light of recent American and British bombing raids over Iraq, there is growing concern that Saddam's weapons of mass destruction now threaten stability in the Middle East as never before, Investigative film-maker Gwynne Roberts presents compelling evidence that Iraq has also developed a nuclear capability. See Choice. Producer Gwynne Roberts ; Editor Fiona Murch (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/correspondent
Live from the National Gallery in London, the director Neil MacGregor previews Spirit of an Age, the forthcoming exhibition of masterpieces from Berlin's Nationalgalerie. The show includes works by Friedrich, Menzel and Beckmann, most of which are on show in Britain for the first time.
Director Oliver Macfarlane ; Producer Patricia Wheatley (S) (W)
Narrated by Spencer enthusiast and collector David Bowie , this film profiles the artist who, as well as painting scenes from both world wars, spent much of his life depicting the area around his Thamesside home in Cookham. Using archive footage, previously unseen home movies and recollections from family and friends, the programme reveals how Spencer's work enabled him to come to terms with his turbulent and bizarre personal life. See Choice. Producer Francis Whately ; Executive producer Keith Alexander
Documentary tribute to the singer-songwriter who died in a freak boating accident last year. The daughter of choreographer Jean Newlove and folk singer Ewan MacColl, she will be best remembered as the foil to a drunken Shane MacGowan on the Pogues Christmas hit Fairytale of New York. Contributions come from her partner James Knight, her mother and brother, and a host of music industry stars, including Bono, Billy Bragg, Johnny Marr and Janice Long.
Producer Corinne Bishop ; Executive producer Mark Cooper (S) (W)
Continuing the series recalling the fads, fashions, stars and sounds of the eighties. Ends 12.25am.
I Love 1986
Patsy Kensit recalls the year in which Sam Fox revealed all, Five Star rivalled the Jacksons and fashion demanded big specs and white stilettos. The TV show of the moment was Moonlighting, with Bruce Willis and Cybill Shephard, while all things Australian were big news .
Producer Nick Cory Wright; Executive producer Alan Brown
(S) (W) BBC MUSIC: a soundtrack, I Love the Eighties, is available on CD from retailers
10.35 Legal Eagles
Comedy thriller. An assistant DA finds himself the target of both a young woman's affections and the murderous intent of a killer.
Director Ivan Reitman (1986. PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-66 ***
Judge Dawkins Roscoe:
Portmanteau drama, part of the Movie World series. A film director considers four tales exploring different aspects of love. In English, French and Italian with English subtitles. Ends 2.10.
Director Michelangelo Antonioni (1995, 18) (W) Films: pp 60-66 * *
Barry Norman on John Malkovich : page 44
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GCSE Bttesize Revision Geography 3 Ends 5.00am. (S)