Shown yesterday on CBBC channel
The movement of air.
Last in series.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Includes The Legend of Dick & Dom, The Secret Show and Pinky and Perky.
Patrick Moore celebrates the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon landing.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Romantic adventure starring Rita Hayworth and Jack Lemmon.
Review p41. (1957) **
Romantic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe. London 1911: a US showgirl falls for the cold Prince Regent of a small European country. Review p41.
Director Laurence Olivier (1957, PG)
Charles, Prince Regent:
From the Kent spa town of Tunbridge Wells.
Coverage from the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham, where the World Trials and UK championships are taking place. John Inverdale presents, with commentary by Steve Cram and Jonathan Edwards. More coverage tomorrow at 5.30pm.
3/4. Australia. Chronicling how Australia has become arguably the best team in the world today.
Series producer Alastair Laurence
Everybody's Trucking. Captain Mainwaring's platoon discovers a steam engine blocking the road. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
In 1794, French revolutionary Maximilien Robespierre produced the world's first defence of "state terror", claiming that the road to virtue lay through political violence. This documentary combines dramatic reconstructions and archive material to examine his year in charge of the Committee of Public Safety - the state machine at the heart of Revolutionary France. Examining his legacy is political philosopher
Slavoj Zizek, who argues that terror in the cause of virtue is justifiable, and historian Simon Schama, who believes the road from Robespierre ran straight to the Gulag and the 20th-century concentration camp.
Director Carl Hindmarch ; Producer Mark Hayhurst
at 1.30am on BBC! The Inside Story: page 48
3/5. Spare Parts. The series chronicling the brutal history of surgical procedures continues with a look at the development of transplant surgery, from a Nazi sympathiser to the latest miraculous life-saving operations in which almost everything, from heart to eyes, can be replaced. In the beginning, however, transplants killed rather than cured, because surgeons didn't understand that they were taking on one of the most efficient defence mechanisms known to man - the human immune system. Producer Hannah Liptrott ; Series producer Claudia Lewis
First shown on BBC4 Postponed from Saturday 4 July
3/6. Giles Coren and Sue Perkins go back to France during the 1780s to find out what King Louis XVI ate. Director/Producer Hugo Macgregor Shown last Monday
Lavish period comedy drama starring Gerard Depardieu. France, 1671: eager to curry favour, an impoverished nobleman orders chef and master steward Francois Vatel to arrange a three-day feast for the visiting king, Louis XIV. Review page 41.
Director Roland Joffe (2000)
Anne de Montausier:
Marquis de Lauzun:
Prince de Conde:
King Louis XIV:
1/8. Highlights from the Manchester International Festival.
Shown last Wednesday
Historical drama starring Lucy Russell and Jean-Claude Dreyfus. At the height of the French Revolution, Scottish royalist Grace Elliott is imperilled by her friendship with a powerful aristocratic rebel the Duke of Orleans. In French with English subtitles. Review page 41.
Director Eric Rohmer (2001. PG)