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10.30 BBC Primary History
(ages 7-11) Ancient Greece. Double bill. 9871860 11.10 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards - Bangladesh. 6422773 11.20 Coming to England (ages 5-7) 9861150 11.40 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11) Black Britons.
Chris Burgess from the Citizens Advice Bureau answers benefits questions and Jonathan Compton gives his take on the markets. Submit questions via email: email@example.com; or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Western starring Robert Ryan and Claire Trevor. At the end of the Civil War, the members of a gang of Confederate outlaws are offered amnesty. But the offer is a trick and a Union bounty hunter is on their tail. Review page 63. Director William D Russell (1951. U)
Live coverage of the commemorative ceremony in Portsmouth marking the bicentennial anniversary of Trafalgar. The Queen lights the first of nearly
1,000 beacons across the country, the Band of the Royal Marines beat retreat, and a broadside is fired from all 54 of HMS Victory's starboard guns. Presented by Huw Edwards and Neil Oliver.
Series producer Ian Russell Performance on 3: Trafalgar Day Concert, live on Radio 3 at 7.30pm BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE E3,40, monthly. Trafalgar special on sale now What makes Neil Oliver so clever?: page 69
New series 1/8. Is there a hot-house route to a career in horticulture? Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin turns teacher in an attempt to transform a group of enthusiastic amateurs into green-fingered geniuses. Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith Growth industry: page 20
1/2. Bringing to life the intimate memoirs and personal letters of the 18th-century Russian Empress, this drama documentary charts the reign of one of history's most powerful and passionate female rulers.
Writer/Producer Paul Burgess ; Executive producers
Phillip Whitehead , Carol Sennett and Phil Craig
Catherine the Great:
4/12. Alexander Armstrong , Jeremy Clarkson , Alan Davies and John Sessions seek obscure answers to
Stephen Fry 's questions. Next edition 10.30pm on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Shown last Friday on BBC4 Alan Davies chats to Jonathan Ross at 10.35pm on BBC1
New series 1/6
The show returns with Burt Bacharach , Goldfrapp, Sinead O'Connor , Sly and Robbie, Rufus Wainwright and Editors. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Alison Howe Phill Jupitus on Editors: page 46
Aimee Graham. Small-town waitress Donna is convicted of being an accessory to manslaughter and sent to the hellish McCarthy Reform School. Review page 63. Director Jonathan Kaplan (1994,18)
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Open University/General Interest
2.00 Framing and Forming
2.30 The Sonnet
3.00 Music to the Ear
3.30 Philosophy in Action
4.00 The Emperor's Gift
4.30 Open Advice
5.00 Behind a Mask
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