A look at the work of George Elliott , studio glass-blower, experimenting with his own designs.
Pathe News of this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Note: repeats are not indicated.
An introduction to the French world of Martinique and the Lebanon.
Painting, decorating, and telephone canvassing.
A Bel production for BBCtv
Through My Window. Jo, who is ill, has to stay at home.
Helen Lederer sorts out the reds from the blues in today's challenge, and Kriss Akabusi runs into trouble.
Fairground rides introduce the regular beat. Stereo
Can maths help predict whether oil pollution in the Gulf will damage the eco-system?
Water as an energy source.
All about batteries.
How does Irving keep in touch with his family in Jamaica?
Tae-kwan-do, faustball, ice-skating and gymnastics help to teach German.
Images of the Earth. Suzanne Charlton looks at weather.
An Open Mind production for BBCtv
What was the value of Harvey's theory about the circulation of the blood to people in his day?
Accidents Will Happen. First aid in schools.
Barney nearly gets carried away at the fair.
Followed by Storytime
Jobs to do in the greenhouse.
Followed by Songs of Praise
A celebration of Lord Soper's
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia. A Leslie Mitchell production for BBCtv
Award-winning film about the late Daws Butler , who provided the voices for such classic cartoon characters as Yogi Bear , Quick Draw McGraw and Chilly Willy.
A new look for a 1930s semi.
American mock-horror series.
My Fair Cousin Itt. Gomez makes Cousin Itt the star of his domestic production.
American comedy series.
Boyz in the Woods. A camping trip goes disastrously wrong.
In this week's virtual reality game show, athletes
Tessa Sanderson and Colin Jackson meet a challenge from the Manchester fire service. With Craig Charles and James Grout. Director Bob Wilde : Producer Mark Wells A Broadsword production for BBCtv
Udel. A battle in the video arcade.
Another chance to see the documentary series about the British experience of sex in the first half of the century.
Forbidden Fruit. For many, the taboo against sex outside marriage dominated their lives. People tell of their first, secret sexual encounters under the pier at Blackpool. And some women recall being sent to mental hospitals for having sex under age or illegitimate babies. Producer Steve Humphries
Executive producer Sam Organ A Domino production for BBCtv
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No Ordinary Genius (part 2) Concluding the profile of physicist Richard Feynman. Tonight, Feynman finds out why the space shuttle exploded, helps build the world's fastest supercomputer, and jokes while coming to terms with cancer and imminent death. Producer Christopher Sykes Series editor Jana Bennett
(Repeated on Wednesday at 5. 10pm
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Struggling for cash, comedian Sean Hughes hitches to
Norwich for some money owed to him by a friend. On the way he has some curious encounters and contemplates spirituality. Producer Katie Pearson
Real-life drama starring
Candice Bergen Chris Sarandon
The story of Sydney Biddle Barrows, a young socialite descended from the Mayflower pilgrims, who scandalised New York society by operating a high-class call girl service.
Barrows herself appears in a cameo role as Peggy Eaton.
Director Lou Antonio
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With Peter Snow.
The arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow
A chance to record secondary school programmes.
Mathematics. First often programmes on mathematical investigations.
(Mathsphere Series 1 is being shown tomorrow night at 2.00am)