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A six-part series in which
Commander Eerie played by Tom Baker explores the science we encounter every day.
2: Solidly See-Through - GlassThis week, a look at how the microchip works, toothpaste strips, asthma and the solidly see-through glass of the title.
Prince Michael of Kent introduces a celebration in words and music to mark this week's 60th anniversary of the RMS Queen Mary's maiden voyage to Cherbourg and New York. As patron of the RMS Foundation, which cares for the ship and raises funds for her restoration, he tells the story of the Queen Mary's construction and her 60 years at sea. With recollections from those who worked on her and those who enjoyed her passenger comfort. Producer Paul Plant
Susan Jeffreys presents a six-part series featuring ironic and humorous songs by women singers and singer/songwriters.
3: Working Girl.
Peggy Seeger , Dolly Parton and Ruth Brown are just three of the labouring ladies featured in this edition.
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