Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament presented by Brian Curtois.
Editor MIKE BROADBENT
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Visites en France
For 4- and 5-year-olds. (R) (e)
Carol Vorderman learns why you can't believe what you hear, even when you can see it! Director ANDREW CHATER
Producer NELL RYDER (R) (e)
Kenny Bell discovers that there's more to making a journey than just getting from A to B.
Writing for a Purpose (R)
Religious Education - 2
Collective Worship in Schools. Schools now need to provide a daily collective act of worship for all pupils. These must be broadly or wholly of a Christian nature. Terence Copley of Exeter University explores some of the issues with the help of schools. Producers LAKVIAR SINGH and JOHN FORREST (e)
Links: Protecting the Environment
Calling in the Coach
Presenter: Virginia Wade. Producer PETER RAMSDEN Editor BRIAN DAVIES (R) (e)
Producer GREG CHILDS (R)
Weather followed by Storytime Nini at Carnival
Errol Lloyd reads his book and remembers the excitement of London's Notting Hill Carnival.
Animation HONEYCOMB ANIMATION Series producers DIANE MORGAN and PAT FARRINGTON (e)
Stormseal United Kingdom Championship
From the Guild Hall, Preston. The quarter-finals begin today, still over 17 frames. One table could be an all-Welsh affair between Doug Mountjoy and Terry Griffiths. The other table could possibly see a replay of the 1985 World Final between Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor.
Including at 3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Bryn Jones , former director of Greenpeace UK, tells
Shyama Perera about the struggle to make us more 'environment friendly'. Producer JOHN WILCOX BBC Pebble Mill
Stormseal United Kingdom Championship
Further coverage of the quarter-finals.
With Martyn Lewis and Lynne Perrie.
Director RICHARD TRAYLER SMITH Producer SARAH BREWSTER
A Prospect Pictures production for BBCtv
Starring David McCallum
Why is Paula Simon leaking important government information?
Vine, Sankha Guha , Michael Douglas ,
John Holdsworth , Laura Walsh , Brenda Emmanus , Tyler
Brûlé and the team present an eclectic mix of news, issues, sport, fashion and music. Studio director JOHN ROONEY Editor RACHEL PURNELL (Update next Sunday)
Dr Dan Westin:
In this series of portraits of people jailed for their beliefs, tonight's story is told by Julie Walters.
Two perspectives on the same institution.
These two films look at the life of the men serving with the 1st Battalion Light Infantry in Berlin. The enlisted men and the officers give their views, sometimes contrasting, sometimes contradictory, of life in the modern British Army. Ticking with the Crow
A film made by the 'crow' - other ranks. Having just completed a two-year tour in Northern Ireland, where a number of their friends were killed or injured, traumatic memories remain.
The Officers' Mess
A film made with a group of officers. Settling into a new posting is never easy and while the tensions of Northern Ireland remain, the officers have extra problems - the retraining of 'their boys' as they come to terms with the new freedom that
Research DEIDRE LEE
Producer PAUL PIERROT
Community Programme Unit
Too Many Cooks
Flagging morale is boosted by some gourmet delights in the mess tent. (R)
Afour-part series written by Dennis Potter.
'Blackeyes is my professional name. Well, it will be,' says the beautiful girl on the bottom rung of the silken ladder to stardom as a fashion model. But the story of her journey across the glossy catwalk floors has actually been told to
77-year-old Maurice James Kingsley. The old man has written an unexpectedly successful novel full of sexy revelations. But he has stolen the details of Blackeyes's career from the real experiences of his niece
Jessica. Jessica is furious.
She is going to try to rewrite sly old uncle's book. She needs to punish him. Trouble is, Jessica can't write ... and across the way someone is looking through her window.
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Architecture critic Janet Abrams looks at the Arab
Institute on Paris's Left Bank (Jean Nouvel 1988), one of President Mitterrand's portfolio of buildings designed to change the profile of Paris.
Producer CLARE PATERSON Director PAUL TICKELL (R)
With Donald MacCormick.
Producer JOHN BUSH
Julie Walters tells the story of tonight's prisoner.