2/3. Pithy sports debate show, hosted by Johnny Vaughan , where points are awarded for good punditry. Tonight World of Sport anchorman Dickie Davies is among the guests.
Executive producer Gregor Cameron Repeated next Sunday Fighting Talk is at 11am tomorrow on BBC Radio 5 Live
Will sunflowers and lily pads feature as five amateur gardeners draw inspiration from Monet, Van Gogh , Kiimt, Blake and Degas to create a show garden inspired by a great painting? Monty Don presides over the sixth annual contest with Rachel de Thame, Chris Beardshaw and Adam Pascojudgingthe art-themed entries.
Director David Symonds ; Producer Rosemary Edwards
4/4. The Hunt for Kimathi. "The white man would only listen to the sound of a bullet," proclaimed Dedan Kimathi , leader of the Mau Mau. His secret organisation spearheaded a bloody revolt against British colonial rule in Kenya during the 1950s. This documentary depicts the tactics used by the British to hunt Kimathi - including "going native" by blacking up - and the Kenyan government's recent decision to officially recognise the Mau Mau as freedom fighters.
Producer Jenny Ash ; Series producer Peter Molloy (AD)
Ultra-low-budget horror from cult director Roger Corman , starring Boris Karloff and Jack Nicholson. A Napoloenic officer follows a mysterious woman to the ancient castle of a sinister baron. Review page 59. (1963.15) Followed by The Witness
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Renaissance Secrets Venice: a Secondhand City? First of four episodes on the scandals of Renaissance Europe. 86985 2.30 The Italian Patient. 65492 3.00 Conspiring against the Queen. 85614 3.30 What Did Gutenberg fnvent? 89072 4.00 Siena Cathedral The story of the great building's construction. 1177492 4.50 Ever Wondered? 62180625 5.00 Duccio The Rucellai Madonna. 41782 5.30 Open Advice - Study to Succeed
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