10/12. Another exciting discovery is made, this time at Kew Palace. Plus a mission to Madagascar to collect seeds. Narrated by Alan Titchmarsh.
Director Tim Green ; Series producer Adam Alexander RT DIRECT: hardback book A Year at Kew £14.99 including p&p (RRP £16.99). To order call [number removed] (national rate)
Chris Beardshaw gets down on his hands and knees for a look at some of the UK's most treasured wild flowers - some of which are close to extinction.
Producer Patty Kraus ; Series producer Sarah Moors
(Revised rpt) BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £2.95
6/6. A journey through modern France in the footsteps of Julius Ceasar. Reconstructions provide an insight into the climax of Caesar's bloody eight-year conflict in Gaul. The great siege at Alesia in 52 BC would seal Gaul's fate and shape the future of the Western world. The series returns in January. Producers/Directors Bill Lyons and Melanie Archer (AD)
5/12. Alan Davies, Jo Brand, Bill Bailey and Jimmy Carr attempt to wax lyrical as Stephen Fry poses questions on bears, bulbs and bamboo. The next episode follows on BBC4.
Director Ian Lorimer : Producer John Lloyd
Open University Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Waiting Their Turn Minorities in a democracy 91815
2.30 Art A question of style 70322
3.00 Classical and Romantic Music Putting on the style 31896
3.30 What Is Religion? 94902
4.00 Looking for Hinduism in Calcutta 82167
4.30 From Here to Modernity 32525
5.00 Bringing Home the Bacon 97964
5.30 The Trouble with Love
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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed
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