Her Majesty the Queen is driven to the Palace of Westminster to open the new session of Parliament. There she delivers the speech, written for her by the Prime Minister, which outlines the government's proposed legislation for the new session.
Vivian White describes the ceremony in the House of Lords. TV presentation Neil Eccles
Tensions flare up in Amsterdam as relationships are put to the test, and Michelle and Shelley come home with more than they bargained for.
This week's episodes written by Tony McHale Producer Barbara Emile Director Tony McHale
David Attenborough braves mountainous seas, blizzards and temperatures of -60 degrees Celsius for this new six-part natural history of Antarctica.
It's the coldest, wildest, most lonely place on earth. In winter the temperature drops to below -70 and winds reach 100mph; only 800 people live year-round on this land one-and-a-half times the size of Europe. As the sea freezes over in the depths of the winter, the continent effectively doubles in size.
And yet this inhospitable wasteland supports abundant wildlife. Penguins by the million, thousands of whales and half the world's seal population live here, feeding on the swarms of krill In the ocean surrounding the ice. On the outer islands wandering albatrosses and king penguins can also be found, raising their sturdy, slow-growing chicks.
Three years of filming using many technical innovations has resulted, in the words of series producer Alastair Fothergill, in "revolutionary pictures, better than anything you have ever seen from Antarctica".
The Andrew Duncan interview with David Attenborough - See Feature page 32
Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, creators of Birds of a Feather and Love Hurts, return to comedy after their recent foray into serious drama with the controversial Wall of Silence.
Goodnight Sweetheart is the latest vehicle for Nicholas Lyndhurst, whose rise since Only Fools and Horses seems irresistible. He stars as Gary, an unhappily married TV engineer who one day wanders down an alley and into a time warp. At first he thinks he's in a 1940s theme pub, but then he meets Phoebe, the landlord's beautiful daughter...
An Alomo production for BBCtv
SEE THIS WEEK page8
New comedy series, written by One Foot in the Grave and 2 Point 4 Children creators
David Renwick and Andrew Marshall , and starring Richard Briers as a retired widower obsessed by television commercials.
Tonight, by carefully choosing the right brand of after-shave, he finds that having sex with beautiful young women really is as simple as can be.
Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer
Tonight's edition comes from Bristol. The panel includes the Rt Hon Sir Norman Fowler MP, Chairman of the Conservative
Party, and Gordon Brown MP, Labour's Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer. Chaired by Peter Sissons.
Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
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