Yesterday's debates on the Queen's Speech presented by Nick Clarke.
Producers JANINE THOMASON and ANDREW MAYWOOD
●Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
A series for beginners. Visites en France (R) (e)
What should you do if a stranger approaches you?
What is a stranger anyway? Elaine C. Smith and Tony Roper , with the help of children from Dowanhill
Primary School, dramatise the coping skills that every child should learn. Written by BILL GILLHAM
Produced by KATE KINNINMONT (e)
Through the Dragon's Eye 10: The Final Page.
Featuring Sean Barrett , Charles Collingwood ,
Simon Fenton , Marlaine Gordon , Michael Heath ,
Katie Hebb , Timothy Lyn , Carolyn Pickles ,
Nicola Stewart and the Puppet Factory. Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
AND CHRISTINE RUSSELL Music ROGER LIMB
Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
And the Forecast Is ...
Observation, measurements and the recognition of patterns in the atmosphere provide the basis for predicting the weather. Red Sky at Night?
Clouds, sky signs and the behaviour of animals have provided a rich variety of weather lore. (R) (e)
Where do you find the best cooking in the world - and the worst? (R) (e)
Roy, Joanne, Kirsty, Narina and Jason choose a design-brief - an outfit for a party - and follow through their ideas. (R) (e)
Patterns followed by Time Graph (R) (e)
The interdependence among living organisms. (R) (e)
Survival in the City
Are slums in the developing world a problem? Or is the real problem economic? This programme asks this question of Brazil. (R) (e)
10: Rivediamo un po ...
Film editor RODERICK LONGHURST (R) (e)
A See-Saw programme Flight (R)
The Travellers of Wales 5: The End of the Road?
How much longer do the gypsies have as travellers? (R) (e)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)(e)
Desmond Lynam visits the Lough and the Isles of Aran.
The Queen's Speech Debate Live coverage of the first
Prime Minister's Question
Time of the new session, plus the final day's debate on the Queen's Speech.
Presented by Vivian White with commentary by Brian Curtois.
Barry Hearn once bought billiard balls as a property speculator and ended up dominating the world of snooker. Now he's turned his entrepreneurial activity to boxing and, as he tells Barry Norman , cricket could be next.
A year ago the Employment Training Scheme was launched. Has it lived up to its promise to deliver high quality training? A look at two schemes in Manchester. Also, new rules governing
Unemployment Benefit make it crucial for claimants to know their rights while attending a Restart interview. And a report on the only AIDS helpline run by black people for black people. Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden. Editor CHRIS LENT (e)
Another colourful adventure for
Edgar Rice Burroughs 's legendary jungle hero. This week starring
Visiting Rio zoo, Tarzan discovers an ancient and evil cult has been revived by an Amazon chieftain. So the hero must venture upriver to confront the wicked Leopard men in their lair.
Produced by SY WEINTRAUB Directed by ROBERT DAY
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Captain Sam Bishop:
Dr Ann Phillips:
Xolile Yawa is the most outstanding black South
African runner of the decade. In Under the Skin this week, he explores the dilemma of talented citizens obliged to pursue their life ambitions on apartheid's terms.
Recruited by a gold mine, Yawa is given a wage, a car and generous training facilities. In return, he devoted himself to gruelling, all-year-round competition, on track, road and cross-country. His 10km time would have placed him fourth at the Seoul Olympics - but for the international sporting boycott against South African athletes.
Although he supports action against injustice, he craves the chance to compete with the world's best.
Producer COLIN PRESCOD Editor VASTIANA BELFON
In this series of portraits of people jailed for their beliefs, the story of tonight's prisoner is told by Sir Peter Parker.
Fourth of a six-part documentary series.
I Go to Work on the San Diego Trolley
When the Katrina Saunter is called in the twice weekly dance at St James's Church Hall, Elsie sits it out.
Her husband, Brian, who shares her passion for sequence dancing, is on the other side of the world, in San Diego.
Brian Woodward was one of the 2,000 workforce made redundant when North East
Shipbuilders in Sunderland closed at the end of last year. With no prospect of using his skills as a loftsman in Britain, he took a contract in an American shipyard.
While Elsie spends lonely evenings at home watching Come Dancing, Brian spends his spare time in search of the white tuxedo he has always wanted for those special dance evenings back home.
Photography JOHN WARWICK Producer BERNARD HALL
Television's most popular and comprehensive food programme, investigating the important food story of the week, every week. And this year even more time is being devoted to close scrutiny of the food we eat and people who supply it.
Also in the programme: how to cook a,two-course meal for two at 50p a head; guest Oz Clarke joins the team for a live tasting of Christmas wines; and chefs Brian Turner and Antony Worrall-Thompson are challenged to cook for a Royal Navy destroyer ... in a Force 8 gale! Presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Film director
WILFRID EMMANUEL-JONES Studio director LINDA NASH Producer
A Bazal production for BBCtv
*BBC GOOD FOOD: the latest issue of this new magazine celebrates
Christmas and offers practical hints. tips and recipes from your favourite TV and radio cooks. Packed with advice. it's at newsagents now, price 90p.
.COMPETITION: page 94
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By Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
A genetic mutant which salivates unspeakable slobber, and has more teeth than the entire Osmond family, gets loose aboard Red Dwarf, and the nightmare begins. The crew are subjected to 24 hours of non-stop horror, in a gruesome, petrifying comedy blood-feast.
A Paul Jackson production for BBCtv
An eight-part series. 5: City Limits
Mexico City, the largest
Latin American city, is the melting pot for an astonishing variety of different forms of popular culture.
This film looks at how the cinema of the 40s transformed the Mexican Revolution into popular mythology. It goes behind the scenes of the massively popular soap operas, listens to songs of urban low life and visits old-style dance halls and mobile street discos. It also watches traditional festivals, ranging from the Day of the Dead to the cult of the Virgin of Guadalupe, where religious objects and icons are subjected to endless, often satirical, variations.
Directors MIKE DIBB and ROSSANA HORSLEY
Jeremy Paxman with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
The live topical programme of the arts and media. Producer JAMIE MUIR Studio directors
RENA BUTTERWICK. JANET CROOK
Portraits of people jailed for their beliefs. Tonight's story is told by Sir Peter Parker.
Highlights of the last day of the Queen's Speech Debate in Parliament.