A teacher learns watersports.
Mental and physical challenges.
Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize
Rabbits that live on cliffs off south Wales.
The staff show off a special nursery. (Revised rpt)
**** Historical drama. April 1912: on her maiden voyage to New York, the Titanic is crowded with the rich and fashionable, but disaster looms. Review page 32.
Director Roy Baker (1958. PG)
Fantasy adventure. In the Dark ages, the people of Urland implore a sorcerer to help them kill a dragon. Review page 32. Director Matthew Robbins (1981, PG)
Mr Penny's Vacation. A lodger suddenly goes missing. (R)
3/3. Untamed and untameable landscape. With Andrew Marr.
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How the sea has shaped the island that is Ireland South- both North and Miranda Krestovnikoff joins the punters at a unique horse race by the sea and Alice Roberts is sent to the Irish salt mines. Series producer Steve Evanson
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Vaughan Williams Anniversary. Highlights of a concert from last Tuesday commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs pieces including Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Serenade to Music and Symphony No 9 in E minor. Plus, conductor Sir Andrew Davis discusses Vaughan Williams's legacy and examines archive details of the composer's rehearsal for the premiere performance of Serenade to Music. Presented by Charles Hazlewood and Suzy Klein. Director Angela Young ; Producer Dominic Best
Showing in HD on the BBC HD Channel at 9.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/proms
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The Passions of Vaughan Williams is on Tuesday at 1120pm
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Knights of Madness. Mainwaring and the platoon stage a battle of St George versus the dragon. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry Comedy Connections featuring Dad's Army is at 11.10pm
Des Lynam steps in as guest host with David Peep Show Mitchell and Today presenter Evan Davis joining Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Jo Bunting
8/12. Guests Greg Proops and Fred MacAulay join Frankie Boyle, Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons on the topical comedy show. Shown last Thursday
3/3. The final instalment looks at the struggle between art and commerce and the contribution of punk-inspired bands of the 1980s such as the Human League and ABC, who took British pop to the top of the world's charts.
(First shown on BBC4)
7/8. A look at the complex web of tunnels and trenches that crawled out from one of the best-loved shows of all time, Dad's Army.
Shown yesterday on BBC1
Comedy starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. Rag-and-bone-men Steptoe and Son put their carthorse into retirement. Review p32.
Director Peter Sykes (1973. PG)
13/13; series three.
Harbouring Resentment. Lucille makes waves when she throws a yacht party.
Horror starring Adrienne Corri. Serbian villagers contract a mysterious plague. Review page 32. Director Robert Young (1972)