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10.20 Something Special (ages 4-7) Farm (S) 6754817 10.35 Watch (ages 5-7) Our Friends - School
Friends (S) [number removed].50 Pod's Mission Year 3 (ages 7-9) Plants (S) [number removed] What? Where? When? Why? (ages 5-7) Woodlands in Scotland - the Native Woodland (S) (W) 3638528 11.20 Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards - Kenya:
Introduction to Kenya (S) (W)
Western directed by and starring Ray Milland. When a gunman comes across the aftermath of a hold-up, he kills a lawman in self-defence. On the run, he sets about discovering who was responsible for the original crime. Review page 55.
(1955. U) (S) Film Trivia: page 59
A team of budding generals attempt to change history in the second of the series of virtual war games. Taking control of the Caledonian army of AD 84 in a bid to defend Scotland from invasion by the Romans at the battle of Mons Graupius, the team's strategy is analysed by two military experts. Series producer Ludo Graham
Executive producers Cassian Harrison and Adam MacDonald (S) (W)
Drama-documentary series, focusing on some of the key technological achievements of the industrial age.
Brooklyn Bridge. With 19th-century New York growing faster than any city in the world, an idea was born to unite Manhattan and Brooklyn with the longest suspension bridge ever built - but the plan was to cost its architect dear.
Written and directed by Paul Wilmshurst
Series producer Deborah Cadbury (S) (W) BBC EDUCATION: for information on special events, and to claim a free poster, phone [number removed] (calls are charged at the national rate)
Dr Andrew Smith:
Griff Rhys Jones unveils the ten buildings that will progress to next Sunday's final, plus details on how to vote. More tomorrow in Gardeners' World at 8pm. (S) (W) FINAL VOTING DETAILS: lines open tonight at 2am and close next Sunday at 10pm (approx). See www.bbc.co.uk/restoration for individual phone numbers. DONATIONS: call [number removed], or post a cheque, made payable to The
Restoration Fund, to: [address removed]
Stephen Fry hosts a comedy quiz show where contestants face impossible-to-answer questions drawn from subjects beginning with A. With guests Alan Davies, Hugh Laurie, John Sessions and Danny Baker. The second edition follows at 10.30pm on BBC4. (S) (W)
RT Shop: Stephen Fry reads Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix; CD boxed set Â£70; cassette boxed set Â£60. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
QI 10.00pm BBC2 The initials stand for "quite interesting". If that seems like a lame title, bear in mind that Never Mind the Buzzcocks is a dud name, too, but that hasn't stopped it running to umpteen series. The idea here is to put five of the wittiest people around in a studio, get them trading anecdotes, quotes and obscure historical trivia, and wrap it up in a feather-light quiz format with Stephen Fry in charge.
The result is very funny indeed, though cynics may find the Groucho Club chumminess of it a bit cosy. But with Alan Davies, Danny Baker, Hugh Laurie and John Sessions as panellists - or as Fry calls them: "employees" - you can't go far wrong. There are some nice twists, too. If a panellist comes up with a predictable joke, a klaxon sounds and he loses points. There's also a debunking theme, so we learn that ships' captains can't marry passengers and Sweden doesn't have the highest suicide rate in the world. It's Lithuania, apparently. DB
Once housing priceless artefacts produced by the world's greatest civilisations, the Iraq Museum is now home to empty cases. Dan Cruickshank meets with obstruction as he seeks to discover what happened.
Director Guy Smith
(R) (S) (W) Then The Witness The 1972 Andes plane crash. (R) (S)
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Open Science 12.30 The Next Big Thing (S) (W) 98744 1.00 Truth Will Out (S) (W) 3487744 1.15 Building on Success (S) (W)
1.30 Wild Moves: Air (S) (W) 62454 2.00 Open Advice: a Different Way of Learning (S) 65102 2.30 Earth, Life and Humanity (S)
519093.00 Never Mind the Quality? (S) 45299 3.30 In Search of Syphilis (S)(W)
Languages 4.00 Buongiorno Italia! (parts 19-20) Make Your Mark 5.00 Your Job, Your Choice (S) Open University 6.00 Refining the View (S) (W)
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