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To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the artist Vincent van Gogh , Tim Marlow introduces an evocation of the artist and the passion for sunflowers that obsessed him during his final fraught year. With Antony Sher as Van Gogh. Producer Merilyn Harris (R)
A documentary drama by Nick Darke.
A stranger from London comes to Cornwall to seek advice on how to fish for bass, one of the most elusive, beautiful and tasty fish in the Atlantic. Peter and Myrna air their none too complimentary views on the man they call the Fanatic...
Stewart Henderson presents the problem-solving programme and helps to provide some answers to those intriguing questions from everyday life.
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4: The Kitchen. An impossible place, an impossible afternoon when everyone is together all at once - the living and the dead -telling stories of the day when a small girl appeared in the surf. For details see Monday
The solution to geometry's oldest problem -the most efficient way of using space when stacking oranges-is 74 percent. Simon Singh asks why the answerto this only recently solved problem has proved SO elusive. For details see Monday (R)
Two hundred years ago this month, John Dalton described for the first time how all matter can be understood in terms of its atoms. He was working at a time when alchemists still believed it possible to make gold from other elements. Quentin Cooper hears from Nobel laureate Professor Sir Harry Kroto how Dalton's atomic theory not only kick-started modern chemistry but led to the frontiers of nanotechnology. Producer Martin Redfern
Customer Service. Simon Fanshawe 's cornucopia of comedy, quotations and literature. Today, Simon and disgruntled customer Bill Wallis can barely contain their rage at the standard of service. Producer Paul Dodgson
A series of documentaries about social workers. 2: In Two Minds.Jenny Cuffe follows
Mark Drummond , who works forthe Sheffield Care Trust and has to make difficultjudgements on a daily basis. For example, should David, who is psychotic with a history of violence, be let out of hospital? Are Paul's housing problems the result of drug abuse or mental illness? And what really happened to Dean's cat - did it fall or was it pushed? Producer Smita Patel Editor Nicola Meyrick
Fixing Germany. With a drifting economy and huge social and industrial problems, Germany needs to change the way it works in ordertopowerthe new Europe. Peter Day looks at the issues through the eyes of people from both the former West and the former East Germany-13 years after reunification. Editor Stephen Chilcott Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
Geoff Watts meets Nobel Prize-winning physicist Martin Perl , who is searching for new particles carrying fractions of the standard unit of charge by examining dust from meteorites. If his unique tabletop experiment proves successful it could rewrite the rule-books of physics.
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By Karl Minns. Series about a man who has a company of actors in his head who perform his nightly dreams. 3: I Know What You Did Last
Slumber. Chester is sleeping too much and as a consequence the REM are worn out from having to perform at least 15 dreams a day. But that's not the worst problem they face - Chester is preparing to attend a sleep clinic.
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