Mad scientist Hugo a Go Go steals some top-secret plans and pollutes the air with hate smoke called "Hoke". (S)
Yvon enrols in high school to better himself and quickly becomes the most popular student.
Sam and Mark play the didgeridoo, plus a look behind the scenes with a group of Morris dancers.
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Sophie refuses to follow the new trend of wearing underwear on your head.
How to use the library, books and IT services as sources of information.
Beverley, Paul and Tamba sing about dreams, make finger puppets and look at gardens.
Goofy sports comedy starring William Devane. The members of the rag-tag junior league baseball team are given the chance to play at the prestigious Houston Astrodome, but first they have to find a new pitcher and a coach. Review page 49. Director Michael Pressman (1977)
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Business and financial news and issues with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Live coverage of the opening round of the Scottish Open, held at the Loch Lomond Golf Club. Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
Nestled within 600 acres of the Clan Colquhoun estate, the 7,100-yard course is considered by many top be one of the best courses in the world.
This year's F2.4 million prize has attracted a top-class field, with South African Tim Clark returning to defend his title.
Producers Jonathan Bramley and Jo McCusker ; Executive producers
Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
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Can a fresh batch of amateur enthusiasts triumph against the general knowledge giants?
The team cast their expert eyes over antiques and collectables in Glasgow, and Paul Martin experiences life in a Victorian tenement block. (Revised rpt)
As the Second World War began, British parents fearful of an attack from German bombers were encouraged to send their children to the relative safety of the countryside. In September 1939, more than one and a half million children were labelled like luggage, separated from their parents and evacuated during the biggest movement of people the country had ever seen. This compelling documentary tells the story of what happened when the children returned to their families, and how they adjusted to life back at home and at school. Producer Vrvi Mellecjard ; Exec Producer David Okuefuna
A celebration of those toys whose popularity has continued to thrive throughout the decades, including the beloved Meccano, Lego, Scalextric, Airfix and James May 's all time number one - the train set.
Producer Scott Tankard : Exec producer Tracey Jeune
Is our fear of radioactivity based on scientific reality? From Hiroshima to Chernobyl, scientists have been studying the impact of human exposure to radiation for over 60 years and have always believed that any level of radiation is bad for you. But astonishing new evidence contradicts many common assumptions about the risks of radiation exposure. Leading scientists are now questioning whether or not radiation causes cancer, and are even finding evidence to suggest that exposure to radiation can have beneficial health effects.
Nicholas Crane explores the coast of south
Wales, where the second highest tidal range in the world has had a huge impact on people's lives for thousands of years. (Revised rpt)
Specialist subjects tonight comprise the life and work of acclaimed Argentinian writer and critic Jorge Luis Borges, the history and culture of Arabic dance, Charlton Athletic Football Club and the history of firearms from the 12th to the 18th century.
With Emily Maitlis.
In March 2005 a remarkable musical event took place in Dakar, Senegal. More than 150 of Africa's finest musicians, including Youssou N'Dour, Baaba Maal, Salif Keita , Oumou Sangare , Rokia Traore , Manu Dibango , Angélique Kidjo, Orchestra Baobab and Tinariwen, gathered in front of 50,000-strong crowd to perform and promote the Roll Back Malaria campaign. Andy Kershaw presents highlights from this extraordinary event. First shown on BBC4
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2.00 Mediterranean Tales Writer Irma Kurtz takes a journey first made by Mark Twain in 1867 and recorded in his book The Innocents Abroad. This literary odyssey around the shores of the Mediterranean encompasses locations as varied as the ancient port of Marseille, the lagoons of Venice and the road to Damascus.