The Queen drives from
Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster to formally open the new session of Parliament. From the throne of the House of Lords, she delivers the speech written for her by the Prime Minister outlining the government's proposed legislation for the coming year. Presented by David Dimbleby , with Laura Trevelyan. Producer Daniel Brittain-Catlin ; Executive producer Neil Eccles (S) (W)
As this event Is live, subsequent programmes may run late
Continuing the series on people whose work brings them into contact with some of the world's deadliest animals.
Croc Catchers. Brent Vincent , a specialist in relocating crocodiles, investigates the appearance of two large beasts in Wujal Wujal, an Aboriginal community in the Australian state of Queensland.
Producer Caroline Hawkins ; Series producer Martin Hughes-Games (S)
As the latest James Bond film The World Is Not Enough is launched, the science and technology series takes a look at high-tech gadgets that the special agent might use, including the world's first backpack helicopter.
Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa Forrester, with Jez Nelson and Nick Baker.
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Peggy's attempt to get through to Phil backfires, Rosa is intrigued by a ceasefire in Guiseppe's, and Beppe is not amused by Nina's idea of a birthday treat.
For cast see Tuesday (S) (W); WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders
More dramatic rescues and reconstructions, presented by Michael Buerk. Including the amazing story of two people who survived for four months stranded on a life raft in the Pacific Ocean, plus stuntman Marc Cass re-creates a panic-stricken evacuation of a packed passenger jet.
Series producer Stephen Rankin (S) (W)
Adventure. King Arthur's peaceful Camelot kingdom is plagued by the villainous intentions of Prince Malagant. But help is at hand from the dashing Lancelot.
Director Jerry Zucker (1995, PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 76-82 ****
Thriller. An undercover cop is murdered after stealing a fortune from drug baron Angel Perno. In order to discover the whereabouts of the money, Angel poses as a sensitive widower to woo the dead man's wife.
Director Michael Scott (1994, 15) (S) Films: pp 76-82 ***
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