A second look at what the future holds for the world's only deaf university as protesters at Gallaudet in Washington DC get militant. With voiceover.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1.15am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
2/6. Great Plains. Observing wildlife on the great open spaces of Africa, Asia, North America and the Arctic, including rare footage of the Mongolian gazelle. Producer Jonny Keeling Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Repeated tomorrow at 7pm on BBC4 and with signing on Wednesday at 1.35am on BBC1
8/12. Jarvis Cocker performs songs from his new solo album and Jude Law discusses his latest film, Breaking and Entering. Matthew Herbert makes a composition from sounds in chef Heston Blumenthal's kitchen, and Britain's greenest buildings are assessed. With Verity Sharp.
Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow Heston Blumenthal: in Search of Perfection is on Tuesday at 8.30pm
8/12. Archive classics featuring U2, Blondie, the KLF with Tammy Wynette, Stray Cats, Sinitta, Crowded House and Alvin Stardust. Plus new performances from Sandi Thorn and Kasabian. Producer Mark Hagen
4/8. Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Neil Oliver leads the team to Cornwall and discovers the network of communication cables under Porthcurno beach, while Mark Horton visits the archaeologically rich Isles of Scilly.
Shown last Thursday Repeated on Wednesday at 7pm
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3/6. Dreams and Schemes. Jethro falls victim to his own greed after gold is found in the river.
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A look ahead to this winter's five-test Ashes series in Australia. Manish Bhasin, Richie Benaud and Tony Greig assess England's chances of retaining the tiny trophy. Producers Mark Cole , Stephen Lyle , Matthew Coliandris Ashes highlights start on Thursday at 11.20pm The spinner takes it all: page 8
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