Daily TV & radio guide - Tuesday

October 31, 2000

(All times pm unless stated.)

Ian Hislop’s School Rules (3.00 am C4). A documentary series repeat on the last 100 years of British education – how the church, state and progressive radicals alike have attempted to mould pupils into "ideal citizens".
Tormented Genius (1.30 R4). John Florance concludes his series on mental illness and musical genius with composers Ivor Gurney and Dmitri Shostakovich, victims of World War One and Stalin respectively.
The Real Dracula (6.00 History Channel). Myths, legends and Transylvanians.
Crash Detectives (8.00 C4). Following the work of a police accident investigation unit and the factors involved in road accidents.
File On 4 (8.00 R4). Electricity prices and privatisation.
The Real Prince Philip (9.00 C4). About a bloke who married into a royal family (repeat).
Life Before Birth (9.00 R4). Part three: the latest research on premature babies.
Night Waves (9.30 R3). Featuring American poet Mark Doty and a new biography of Hans Christian Andersen.
Post Mortem (10.50 C5). Forensic scientists tell of the cases they’ve solved.

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