In 1945 the war in Europe is over. There are street parties and celebrations, and some sadness, all over Britain.
A Spelthorne production for BBCtv (e)
Uzbekistan in Central Asia is the 'cotton colony' of the Soviet Union.
The programme visits a collective farm in the Fergana valley, and talks to brigade leader, Inyamin Rakhimov, and his family, at the height of the cotton harvest. (e)
Debbie has just moved into a hostel for teenagers in care. Will organising her life be more pressing than choosing what course to go on? (R) (e)
Written by Jocelyn Stevenson.
Charlie has the dreaded 'sneezes', and has to cancel an expedition to find the Bye Bye Beast. (R)
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Watch looks at all the packing, unpacking, travelling and celebrating involved in moving to a new home.
Presented by Jaye Griffiths and Tony Neilson. (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
This afternoon's events will be dominated by John Major 's first speech to the Conservative Conference as Foreign Secretary.
He will be replying to a debate on the highly controversial subject of Europe, in the wake of the Tories' poor showing in the Euro-elections last June. There will also be a major debate on transport. Presented by David Dimbleby , Vivian White and Ian Smith.
Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
Sea, sand and sunshine; golf and Goofy in Disney World; and some splendid gardens. Production assistant CHRISTINE HARDMAN
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
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Suntory World Match Championship from Wentworth Golf Club. Coverage of this afternoon's play in the first round of the tournament.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Sir Robin Day presents news and analysis from the third day of the Conservative Party Conference, plus major interviews.
Vivian White reports. Editor JAMES HOGAN
Presented by Peter Thoday with Harry Dodson. 12: December
It is the final month of the project, and Peter and Harry look back over the achievements of the last year. Music by PAUL READE
Associate producer JENNIFER DAVIES Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R) 0
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In the third of six films reflecting the relationship between man and wildlife in the West Country, Andrew Cooper explores the natural history of a railway track.
The building of the railways brought great change to the British landscape, and left in its wake a remarkable nature reserve. Today, in the picturesque Dart Valley in Devon, a legacy of the age of steam is preserved, along with the animals and plants - from a beetle that signals with light, to a vixen and cubs underground - a natural history of the everyday and extraordinary wildlife that lives alongside the railway track.
Britain's car industry is booming for the first time in a decade, partly thanks to Japanese investment.
William Woollard presents the programme from the new Honda engine factory in Swindon. There's a look at two of Honda's new models, the Accord and the Concerto, and a road test of a car from
Honda's great Japanese rivals - the Mazda 323.
Beki Adam looks back at the celebrations for 30 years of the Mini and Tony Mason reports on the progress of Top Gear's Rally Quest competition winner. Producer JON BENTLEY Editor TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
starring Leslie Nielsen as Det Frank Drebin in the last of the series. Testimony of Evil
Hear The Trolley Song as never sung before, when Frank Drebin poses as a nightclub entertainer to bust a drugs ring.
Written by TINO ISANA and ROBERT WUHL
Directed by JOE DANTE
Capt Ed Hocken:
'When I was a Communist student at Oxford, we would often discuss who would do the dirty work under socialism; in later life I discovered the answer was Denis Healey. '
So says the man who many people regard as the best
Prime Minister Labour never had: Denis Healey.
Michael Cockerell presents a revealing and intimate portrait of the political heavyweight who was defence secretary, chancellor of the exchequer and deputy Labour leader.
Director HABIA SCHWARZ Executive producer PAUL WATSON
Produced by MICHAEL COCKERELL BBCElstree
with Peter Snow.
The arts and media show reports on issues and performances. Film directors
VANESSA ENGLE. MIKE POOLE Producer JAMIE MUIR
Suntory World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth Golf Club. Harry Carpenter introduces highlights of the day's play.