Presenter: Brian Curtois.
0 Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
With Sonja Zimmer. 3: Meine Zuhause
A flat. a house or an allotment garden, home is home for four Hamburg teenagers.
Researcher KERSTIN WACHHOLZ Producer SUSAN PA TON
Our Daily Bread
White/brown, sweet/sour, leavened/unleavened - all different kinds of bread, but all having their origins in the soil. Presented by Gilly Gilchrist. Producer CATHERINE MCFARLANE BBC Scotland (R)
3: Pigeon Post by Christopher Russell.
With Leon Armstrong , Lien Lu, Lesley Casey , Michael Heath. Brian Hogg , Fred Pearson , Peter Rowell and Kevin Whately. (R)
Peter and the Wolf
3: Everything in the Garden by Diane Duane.
Joanne and Rocky discover some seeds, but designing and planting a garden proves a difficult challenge.
Shahnaz tells the story of a search for wisdom.
Children: Luke Goodrich ,
Taylor Scipio , Rebecca Shiell and Nadia Williams. Oscar MINNIE
Producers CLARE ELSTOW and David scott cowan Director MORTON SURGUY
Just Mum, My Sister and Me followed by Craze (R)
How and why atoms join together to form molecules. (R)
The first in a two-part film. After Metal-Bashing (1) (R)
The Call of the Sea 2: Guns at Sea (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
40 Minutes: Package Tour A documentary following a group of holiday-makers from Manchester on holiday in Benidorm.
With sign language interpretation and subtitles for the hearing-impaired. Interpreter: John Lee. (R)
With Arthur Negus and Madelaine Ginsburg. Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE (R)
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presenter: Vivian White.
Commentator: Brian Curtois.
With Paul Coia.
With Robert Robinson and Loyd Grossman.
With trade disputes growing, a look at how to make ends meet if you're on strike. In
Preston, engineers laid off for ten weeks say how they and their families are coping.
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden. Editor CHRIS LENT
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Presented by Geoff Hamilton and Gay Search.
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Live coverage from Auckland.
All the home countries are strongly represented.
A series of seven films presented by David Jessel. 5: A Criminal Way to Treat an Illness
Tony Russell is schizophrenic. He was forced on to the streets, attacked his mother and had to kill his father before the system would acknowledge that he was ill. He is now in Broadmoor.
Taking Liberties probes an Orwellian system which criminalises mental illness and calls it community care; a system which takes those who should be receiving hospital treatment and allows them to drift into homelessness and vagrancy; a system which all too often ends in tragedies like that of Tony Russell. Producer RICHARD BRADLEY
Series producer ELIZABETH CLOUGH
The programme that takes a hard look at the food we eat.
With all the food scares of the past year, what are the latest ideas for a risk-free kitchen?
In a second special report from Japan, a visit to a Zen
Buddhist monastery for some vegetable mystery and magic. And a simple, crafty recipe for duck with apricots.
Presented by Chris Kelly Michael Barry and Jill Goolden.
Studio director LINDA NASH
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE A Bazal production for BBCtv
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Following complaints about her show, Ruby is summoned to BBC's Open Air - and then joins an evangelical vacuum cleaner sales team ...
Created and presented by Ruby Wax.
Directed by PAUL SOMMERS
An Aspect Film and Television and Raw Produce production for BBCtv
For more than three centuries the streets around Brick Lane , in London's East End, have been a haven for refugees -
French, Russians, Poles, Irish, Asians. They brought with them their cultures and customs and, above all, the spirit to survive and succeed. Living there today, locked in the same struggle, are: Penny, the transvestite hooker; the Burns Brothers rock 'n' roll band; the Rev Eddie Stride, champion of the alcoholics;
Steve, the alcoholic champion; Ranu, the Bengali seamster,
Solly, the wealthy furrier; and Isaac, affectionately known to the police as 'Yid one' - all part of a rich community soon to disappear, as the City's office blocks spread further east. Series producer JOHN PURDIE Director RON JOHNSON
A Westbourne Film production for BBCtv
Five films on the relationship between design and the senses. 3: Sight
Glass is both seen and seen through. It also holds light, reflects it, and is a pervasive part of our everyday life, from the window to the windscreen, the looking glass to the camera lens. Featuring architect
Norman Foster on his latest building in Stockley Park, Danny Laine on his glass furniture and Thomas Eisl on his experiments with the bathroom mirror. Light consultant James Carpenter explains why 18th-century architect Sir John Soane was a pioneer with glass and mirrors. Photography COLIN WALDECK Director PAUL TICKELL
With Jeremy Paxman.
Visions of Utopia
Michael Ignatieff reports on the search for an ideal society, from a self-built council house in Lewisham to an eco-village in Sweden and a hi-tech paradise in the Arizona desert. With contributions from
Howard Brenton , Martin Jacques , Leon Krier and Quentin Skinner. Director JAMES RUNCIE