There's more to bee keeping than just keeping bees. In the season the beekeeper has to work day and night.
5: From Docks to Rocks. Angela Rippon visits Bristol's historic harbour in the city's docks on the day of the maritime carnival, and takes a pleasure cruise through the historic Avon Gorge and back to the Severn estuary.
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Shopping in the market in Rouen and a visit to a boulangerie.
Series of French for beginners, presented by Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones 0 SUPPORT MATERIAL: books, notes, computer software and cassettes available from bookshops.
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Another chance to see experiments from Take Nobody's Word for It, performed by Carol Vorderman and Prof Ian Fells.
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Children in History.
David Wood re-creates a Victorian schoolday with some
Shropshire children. (Stereo)
Badger Girl. Somebody, somewhere is up to no good.
Living the Fishing. The difference between Scottish wild salmon and farmed salmon.
"Free" rhythm - melody and sounds with no regular beat. (Stereo)
Conservation. Billy discovers that he is responsible for his own rubbish.
Soaps. Lesley Davies creates an English Express soap opera. (Stereo)
Kuwait was a human catastrophe but not the global environmental disaster that many predicted. Who got it wrong?
Language File. What do adults mean when they say
"talk properly"? And what is meant by the Queen's English, received pronunciation and a public-school accent?
Mother's Day. Why is
16-year-old Dawn so reticent about her home life?
The way in which glaciation has affected the area around
Fort William in the Highlands.
The Fox and the Goat.
Ferdie Fox can't decide which of his sisters to invite for tea, so he decides to ask all of them.
Animation. Fiona and Ravi chase after "Boomer" the parrot when he escapes from the attic.
With the voices of George Layton and Barbara Flynn.
The adventures of the Monster family and their friends Elspeth and Angus.
Writing for television.
Followed by Words and Pictures
Work on a farm and the letter
"d" feature in the programme. Presented by Sophie Aldred. (Stereo)
The address to the Conference by the Prime Minister and Party Leader, John Major.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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Including a road-test of the Jaguar XJ220, and a look at the Hindustan Ambassador and Enfield motorcycle from India, and the VW Beetle from Mexico.
Classic 1960s puppet series. Treasure Down Below. When
Phones buys an old treasure map, it's time to stand by for another adventure.
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Spy drama from the 60s, starring Robert Vaughn, David McCallum.
Illya is tied up in the Arabian desert by a beautiful princess, and Napoleon is researching the THRUSH retirement plan.
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With Michael Leapman. A Granada production for BBCtv
Last in the Asian affairs series.
The Fire Next Time? One night in July this year, Khan's Tandoori erupted into flames. Hundreds of Asians had petrol-bombed the popular hangout of Blackburn's Asian youth. What ignited the tension between the town's two Muslim communities - one
Indian, the other Pakistani? This report looks at the problems and asks whether there is more fire still to come.
Producer Barbie Campbell Cole Series producerCharles Bruce ● STEREO
First of a six-part series in which Sir Roy Strong explores a glorious but often forgotten part of Britain's heritage, the gardens created by the Royal Family.
Tonight he looks at one of the earliest Renaissance gardens in England at Hampton Court. He compares it to the magnificent gardens at Het Loo Palace in Holland, also created by William and Mary, which have recently been restored to their 16th-century glory. Director Roger Last
Producer Joanie Blaikie
An Antelope production for BBCtv
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A documentary history of conscientious objectors in Britain, from the passing of the Military Service Act in 1916 to the return home of the last conscript 30 years ago. The testimony of those who took a stand for peace in two world wars reveals the changing nature of resistance to war.
Conscientious objectors tell how they feared they'd be shot, how they were cut off from society and how they reconciled resistance with the need to fight evil in a violent world. Producers Sharon Goulds and Marilyn Wheatcroft
A Television History Workshop production for BBCtv
Time Stands Still. A Polish and a British film school student collaborated to produce this documentary about Ilford Park Polish Home, the last remnant of a network of resettlement camps set up in Britain after the Second World War.
Directors Simon Everson , Urszula Urbaniak Series producer Colin Rose
With James Cox.
I Four programmes which tell the alternative story of the US presidential elections using highlights from American TV sitcoms, talk shows, commercials and satire.
This week writer and humorist
Roy Blount Jr analyses the candidates as sitcom characters, weighs up the political influence of Elvis and recounts the history of the Dan Quayle joke.
Producers Debbie Geller and Mary Harron
British marimba and vibraphone player Orphy Robinson joins forces with the multi-talented cornettist Don Cherry. Series producer KriSs Rusmanis
Executive producer Michael Jackson • STEREO
The best action from today's quarter-finals in the World
Match Play from Wentworth.