Repeats are not indicated.
6.15 The Magic Flute
6.40 Open Advice
7 05 Cultures of the Walkman
7.35 The Emergence of Greek Mathematics
News roundup, with Darren Jordon , Sian Williams. Weather update at 8.25.
Series following designers and engineers on project work.
To Build Europe's 's Largest Water Garden. The construction in Alnwick, Northumberland, of an imposing cascade.
The geology behind a blue lagoon in Iceland.
At Home. Women's liberation in the 18th century.
Raymond Hollywood profiles another well-known person within the deaf community. With sign language, in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 2.55am on BBC1
A new food zone presented by Gregg Wallace that combines top recipes with both new and classic culinary series.
This week, an edition of Two Fat Ladies and a new series from Australia, Food Source, join three winter-warming recipes.
Personalised rugs, plus various paint effects on wooden chairs.
Saturday Matinée adventure drama, starring James Stewart.
When two oilmen build a rig in the Gulf of Mexico, they clash with local fishermen.
Widescreen. Review page 45. Director Anthony Mann (1953. U)
The first of today's two tributes to the music of Igor Stravinsky includes performances of The Firebird, starring Leanne Benjamin and Jonathan Cope, and Les Noces. Plus Michael Berkeley and Deborah Bull unravelling the world of Diaghelev, who commissioned the works. Directors Francesca Kemp and Ross MacGibbon
Executive producer Bob Lockyer
With Neil Diamond , Republica, Tiffany and Billy Ray Cyrus.
Shown last Wednesday
A one-off re-edited version of the music series charting the evolution of popular music over the lastcentury-from
Irving Berlin and George Gershwin through Frank Sinatra and the Beatles to the present day.
Executive producer Michael Poole ; Series producer Alan Lewens
The New Statesman's Lauren Booth reviews the press.
Director Charles Kitchen ; Producer Christine Ruth
Second in the new four-part series that explores some of the greatest orchestral works of the 20th century.
The Rite of Spring. One of the seminal works of the 20th century, Igor Stravinsky 's masterpiece caused a riot at its first performance. Michael Berkeley reveals the piece's dramatic origins, conductor Leonard Slatkin and the BBC Symphony Orchestra join Richard Alston Dance Company to explore its musical roots, and the film ends with a full performance complete with choreographed sections.
Director Jonathan Haswell ; Producer Peter Maniura BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: monthly, L3.99. Latest issue on sale now The Rite to dance: page 14
The Space Age. To end the four-part series, presenter
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen considers the most popular and influential styles of the 20th century, including Arts and Crafts, Art Deco and the Bauhaus movement. His quest to find the perfect space for living in leads him to the work of Swiss architect Le Corbusier, who believed space and light would improve the quality of life. He concludes by examining the rise of so-called "DIY democracy", where the increased number of homeowners in the 1980s resulted in more opportunities for domestic makeovers.
Director Peter Leonard ; Series producer Mary Downes BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: E2.80. Latest edition on sale now
Stephen Poliakoff's acclaimed drama, originally shown in three parts, is re-edited into two parts showing today and tomorrow. Daniel, an only child, attends an extraordinary family reunion with his father Raymond, the black sheep of the Symon family. When Raymond is rushed to hospital with a mild stroke, Daniel discovers a remarkable story he hopes will help his troubled father embrace the past.
Producer John Chapman Second chance: page 9
Drama, showing to mark tomorrow's Holocaust Memorial Day. Isaac Geldhart is a Holocaust survivor who is now a - publisher of books on the Final Solution, but his company faces ruin. When he turns down a potential bestseller in favour of a study of Nazi experiments, his children take a stand against their father. Widescreen. Review page 45. Director Daniel Sullivan (1996 15)
Highlights from Morocco v Burkina-Faso in Group B, while Senegal, who have Africa Footballer of the Year El Hadji Diouf in their ranks, play Zambia in Group D. Plus action from Congo v Tongo in Group C. Presented by Garth Crooks. Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Andrew Clement WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/africanfootball
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