A four-part guide to modern Germany. 3: Health and Safety. Caroline Wyatt explores the extraordinary number of rules and regulations governing German life and how successful these are in creating a peaceful society. Producer Mick Webb WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
A visit to the National Federation of City Farms in Bristol in Avon, a special programme to mark the BBC's 75th anniversary. With chairman Eric Robson. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
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An earthy six-part comedy drama series written by Turan Ali.
2: Hare-Brained Schemes, It's official
... the school kitchens are being privatised. But are the girls going to take it lying down? with Joyce Gibbs , Kaye Wragg. Debbie Chazen. Maxine Finch , Andrew Wincott and Stephen Hoyle. Producer Turan Ali
By John Dickson Carr , dramatised in two parts by Peter Ling.
2: The Secret in the Stone. A strange bracelet and some silver buttons hold the clue to the murderer. with TracyAnn Oberman, John Rowe. Roger May , Sarah Rice and Iwan Thomas
Director Enyd Williams
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Paul Gambaccini talks to Bille August about his new film based on Peter Hoeg 's novel Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow, and sees Sigourney Weaver and Sam Neill in a reworking of the Snow White story.
Producer Paul Quinn. Revised repeat 9.30pm
An account of a Turkish Cypriot family in London. Aydin came to England in 1972 at the age of 19 to start a new life away from the turbulence of Cyprus. With three of his nine brothers, he opened a bakery near Elephant and Castle. Family members tell their story, aided by customers of the bakery and the words of Aydin's family journal. Producer Piers Plowright
Comedian Ben Silburn continues his four-part investigation into the history of technology.
2: The Greeks may have been techno-snobs, but elsewhere in history, attitudes have been more welcoming. Producer Anne McNaught
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Phil Daniels stars in Mark Wallington 's six-part comedy series. 4: LFH 721W. Grandma is receiving messages through the fillings in her teeth. With Chris Jury, Chris Emmett, Sally Grace , Sarah Parkinson , Joanna Brookes , Melanie Hudson and Kim Wall. Producer Jon Rolph Repeat
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