Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Presenter: Peter Mayne.
Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Working conditions in the 19th century.
Learning about responsibilities. Chris and Sara are brother and sister but there are some days when they wish they weren't.
The world of robotics and model engineering.
(Shoum on Monday at 11.20am)
A new series about faith and belief. Today: moral choices. (Shoum on Monday at 10.40am)
A look at the problem of sorting things using a case study from the scrap metal industry and an open-ended, school-based problem involving nuts and bolts.
All About Food
The history of kitchen technology.
In 1977 Evanston, a small railway town in the wide open spaces of Wyoming, found itself sitting on top of the biggest oil and gas discovery the USA has seen in recent years. Whether they really wanted the oil boom is a question
Evanstonians have been asking themselves ever since. (R)
2: Involving children in the arrival of a new baby.
Point of view: graphic design in a TV commercial and an airport.
(Shoum on Tuesday at 11.35am)
When does a human life begin? How far should science alter the process of nature? Do the possible benefits for future generations justify experimentation on human embryos? Fundamental questions like these are raised in the issue of embryo research, which is shortly to be debated in Parliament.
Presented by Rob Curling. Producer David Meldrum
Science (Secondary) Ideas to help science departments discuss and implement in their own schools the varied demands of the secondary science curriculum. (R)
Meet PC Pinkerton and join him as he goes about his police duties.
Even though PC Pinkerton gets very wet on his bicycle he discovers it is by far the most reliable way to travel. With the voices of Ian Lavender
Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. Devised and written by Geoffrey Bourne - Taylor and John Murphy Edwards Music John Kelham
Producer/Director Trevor Bond (R)
'An amazing assortment of pieces and bits. Though it doesn't seem possible, you have to admit that somehow or other the pieces all fit ...' How many creatures can you spot popping in and out of the water?
With Don Spencer.
Musical director Jonathan Cohen Percussion Will Hill
Bass Dave Rose Production Barbara Roddam (R)
Music-making for 7- to 9-year-olds.
Weather followed by Watch
Jennie Jay William finds out what life was like for newcomers to Britain in the 1950s.
Producer Diane Millward
Series producer Julia Drum
From the Corn Exchange, Brighton.
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Weather followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presented by Vivian White. Commentator: Brian Curtois. Director Terry Patrick Editor John Anderson
Wales v Australia for the British Car Rental
World Cup. The Teams.
Wales: Terry Griffiths
(captain), Doug Mountjoy ,
Cliff Wilson. Australia : Eddie Charlton
(captain), John Campbell , Warren King.
Introduced by David Icke. Commentators: Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm ,
Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds. Summarisers: John Spencer and John Virgo.
Television presentation Peter Hayward
June Whitfield has news for the elderly who feel that their 'get up and go' has 'got up and gone'.
With Professor Archie Young and Dr Stuart Biddle. Producers Peter Ramsden and Alan Russell
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Nature may be speeding up the greenhouse effect.
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Starring Sidney James Hattie Jacques
Charlie Hawkins is so busy running Speedee Taxis that his wife Peggy feels neglected. She secretly starts a rival taxi firm - the all-female Glamcabs.
Screenplay Talbot Rothwell based on an original story by S C Green and R M Hills Producer Peter Rogers Director Gerald Thomas
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According to one prediction, four million people in Britain could be
'telecommuters'by 1995. They would do work at home and send it through the telephone network to the office. Why is it a revolution that has as yet stubbornly refused to take off? The 9 115 5 team investigates.
Reporters: Susan Rae , Geoff Small and John Withington. Producer/Director Harvey Woolfe Series producer Andrew Forrester A Diverse production for BBCtv
By Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn.
Starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne
Music Ronnie Hazlehurst
Designer Tom Yardley-Jones Producer Sydney Lotterby (R)
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
The green programme takes a look at evidence that living near high-voltage electricity power lines may be bad for people. Plus a report from New York on pollution control.
With Michael Buerk and reporters Triona Holden and Grant Mansfield. Series producer
Geraldine McClelland Editor Jeremy Bugler BBC Bristol
Toothsome twosome Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders bring whole armfuls of fluffy, cuddlesome comedy to a television set near you.
Many Happy Returns
Two children who feel sure they died terrible deaths and have been born again tell their extraordinary stories. Nicola, aged 12, lives in Keighley, Yorkshire, near to the railway tracks where she played in the 19th century in another life. Then, she says, she was a boy. Parish records suggest that it isn't just a childhood fantasy.
Titu, aged 6, lives in north India in the shadow of the Taj Mahal. His is a violent story. He alleges he was gunned down by a murderer. Another vivid imagination? The radio shop he ran still exists, and his widow is still alive. When he mentions buried gold, it seems to jog her memory ... Producers Yugesh and Sunandan Walia
Editor Caroline Pick
An Endboard production for BBCtv
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The first answerphone weighed 268 pounds and took three days to install.
Today's machines are a bit more compact, but they still haven't taken the fear out of speaking after the tone. The answerphone is more than just another mod con. It seems to have a personality of its own. So what has it got to say for itself?
Series producer Kim Flitcroft Producer Mick Conefrey BBC Bristol
(Shown at 9.30pm on BBC1)
Peter Snow with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
What's on, who's where and what's up in the arts and media.
Producer John Bush
Programmes of interest from the Open University. (Shoum on Sunday at 1.25pm. Repeated tomorrow at 2.15pm)
Northern Ireland v Rest of the World in the British Car Rental
The team from Northern
Ireland won this tournament three times in a row: in 1985, 1986 and 1987. This evening they take on the Rest of the World, last year's runners-up. The Teams.
Dennis Taylor (captain) Alex Higgins
Tommy Murphy. Rest of the World:
Silvino Francisco (captain) Tony Drago
David Icke introduces coverage of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Bournemouth International Centre.