The opulence and elegance of Georgian times were reflected in the dining rooms of England's great houses. Arthur Negus visits Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire, which boasts a six-pillar dining table and luxurious silver.
Peter Alliss shows four amateur golfers how to play like pros. (Rpt. Tomorrow shopping for success)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
For peace of mind, fit a smoke detector. Presented by Anneka Rice. (Teletext)
Throughout the world the struggle for safe drinking water continues. Today's programme examines the difficulties.
Streetwise. What's below us?
Series for infants. Watch the dancing digger, and some animal diggers too.
Routes and maps.
Mr Boom considers how to get on with brothers and sisters - especially if they're monsters.
The new mystery adventure series which aims to make the printed word exciting to children. The Ghostwriter team is on the trail of the backpack stealers.
An old favourite in French.
Your views on school television. (Stereo)
WRITE TO: Q and A, [address removed].
Explorers and Encounters
Journeys around the Cape of Good Hope by Portuguese navigators of the 15th century provided the knowledge for later, more famous voyages. (Stereo)
Two-year multi-media German course for GCSE.
The Roman Empire. The computerised "virtual reality" museum shows what everyday life was like in a Roman town such as Pompeii. (Stereo)
Rob Curling reports from the front line of one of the toughest industries in the world - the local high street. (Stereo)
How to manage money, keep credit under control and deal with debt. (stereo)
The Miracle Workers. Hong Kong and Singapore - both founded by the British - are now economic powerhouses of the Far East. They have no natural resources and are thousands of miles away from other markets in the rest of the world yet both continue to boom. David Lomax asks how and why their economies have grown so fast. (Teletext)
Bertha is making money boxes.
Alistair is jealous of Birdie and Butterfly's flying prowess. So Crystal Tipps treats him to a spectacular plane ride.
Paper Sounds. Cold and shivery sounds are made on the piccolo and with paper. (Stereo)
Followed by You and Me
Against a background of UN involvement in Iraq and Bosnia and famine in Somalia, Conference debates international affairs and development.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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A behind-the-scenes look at the work of the BBC's news and current affairs departments.
Narrated by Nicholas Witchell. Producer Robert Clamp
Classic comedy from the Carry On team.
India 1895: the villainous Khasi of Kalabar plans a rebellion against the British Governor.
Director Gerald Thomas
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Last in the series of the etiquette quiz show hosted by Tony Slattery.
Journalists challenge barristers with team captains Lesley Joseph and Jonathan Meades joined by Sandy Gall, Simon Hoggart, Reginald Arkhurst and Indirha Ramsahoye.
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First of a six-part series celebrating modern French cuisine, presented by Parisian cookery writer Mireille . Johnston Atlantic Coast. Grilled sardines, ham and beans, sea salt and the classic beurre blanc sauce with salmon are some of the specialities of an area that stretches from Nantes to La Rochelle. And in Marennes,
France's oyster capital, she asks some awkward questions. Producer Clare Brigstocke
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Launched 26 years ago, the Toyota Corolla has become the world's best-selling car and has been revised no fewer than six times. Can the latest Corollas stay on top? Plus the Mobil One
Top Gear British Rally
Championship - the Manx International. With Jeremy Clarkson and Tony Mason. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams • STEREO
• INFORMATION: phone 0[number removed]for this week's test drive details and 0[number removed]for secondhand car information (calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at all other times).
Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall return in their anarchic black comedy series about the sub-culture lifestyles of two repellent flatmates.
Digger. The Linneker dating agency gives Richie the chance to achieve his life ambition - to have sex. With Lisa Maxwell, Kelly Hunter and Helen Lederer. Director/Producer Ed Bye
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A year in the life of individuals living in 90s Britain. Trust. As controversy continues over NHS hospitals becoming trusts, tonight's film focuses on the people involved in Ealing
Hospital's application in 1991. General manager Rosie Faunch needs to convince not only the authorities of her case, but her staff too, many of whom are mounting a rearguard action. Producer Marilyn Gaunt
Executive producer Paul Watson • STEREO
With Peter Snow.
Arts and media magazine. • STEREO
Absurd Stars: the Physics of White Dwarfs
RCN Nursing Update: units 13 and 14 on "Setting Standards of Care" and "School Nursing".