Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 BBC Primary History
(ages 7-11) Ancient Greece. Athens, school and geography.
10.50 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11) Ancient Greece. Architecture, philosophy and medicine. 5270820 11.10 BBC Primary
Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards - Bangladesh. Flooding in Bangladesh. 6693269 11.20 Coming to England (ages 5-7)
Floella and her siblings escape from a tyrant. (5) 9032646 11.40 BBC
Primary History (ages 7-11) Black Britons. A look at black and Asian heritage and culture.
Bra supremo Michelle Mone is interviewed, and viewers' questions on wills are answered. Plus superfund manager Nicola Horlick with her take on the markets. Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell. Submit questions via email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Live Grand Prix coverage from the Guild Hall in Preston. E15,000 is at stake as the first two best-of-nine-frame quarter-final matches get under way. Hazel Irvine,
Steve Davis and John Parrott introduce the action. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can view uninterrupted coverage, as well as news and statistics, via the red button
Live action from the Grand Prix quarter-finals in Preston. This time last year Ian McCulloch cruised through to the semi-finals with a 5-2 win over
Stephen Maguire. Presented by Hazel Irvine. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access uninterrupted live coverage, action from other tables, plus a news and statistics service
4/4. With crucial votes on Turkey's membership of the EU pending, and the signing of a trade association agreement with Syria looming, Allan Little travels to the outposts of Europe to assess the union's ambivalent relationship with its eastern neighbours. Series producers Richard Bee and Sarah Harrison
9/12. May is the ninth month of the period farming experiment. Although the fields are beginning to bloom, the team are behind with their spring sowing. Other pressing tasks include milking the cows, making rope and burning charcoal. Owen Teale narrates.
Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshal
8/8. Never Give In. The story of Winston's meeting with Stalin and Roosevelt at Yalta, his second premiership, retirement in France and eventual death in 1965. With Professor Richard Holmes.
Producer Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
First shown on BBC4
Monty reveals the weight of the biggest pumpkin at Berryfields, Joe reviews some garden vacs and leaf blowers and Carol plants tiny bulbs in the alpine garden that are due to flower in late winter and early spring. Plus a visit to RHS Rosemoor in Devon. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors The 30-minute gardener, plus scented dwarf lilac/bluebell offers: page 32
2/2. Over one million visitors pour through the gates of Cornwall's hugely successful Eden Project every year, leaving plant growers and event organisers competing for limited space. As another biome is built, Alan Titchmarsh narrates this look at how staff are facing the challenge of balancing visitor numbers with the organisation's role as an environmental standard bearer.
Producer Geoff Dunlop ; Executive producer Jeremy Gibson
3/12. Jimmy Carr , Rory McGrath , Sean Lock and Alan Davies wrestle with chickens, cormorants and cardigans. Stephen Fry presides. Next edition at 10.30pm on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Shown last Friday on BBC4
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Hidden Visions 99405 2.30 Lifelines
3.00 Sickle Cell Disease: a Lethal Advantage 92467 3.30 Lost Worlds 92592 4.00 Making
Contact 80757 4.30 From Here to Modernity 93196 5.00 Persisting Dreams
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