Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Pastimes That Pay. A magician, a clothes designer and a baker learn how to turn their hobbies into skills to earn a living. (R)
A multi-media, two-year, GCSE course in German.
2: Ali, Austen, Svenja and Constance in Hamburg introduce their families and talk about their pets. (R)
Where do you live? Living in a Tenement. Stephanie Davidson
(aged 7) shows what it is like to live in a Glasgow tenement flat.
Presented by Alan Cumming. (R)
A miscellany series for young children.
Bring in the New. Annette Badland is not happy when Baxter decides to make some changes. Plus: building a nest and a tricycle. Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester
0 BOOK: 'Orla's Upside Down Day'. £3.99
(hardtack) or £1.99 (paperback), available from booksellers
Badger Girl. Episode 2. (R)
Health Education. Eyes and Sight. Some of the secrets of the eyes and what lenses can do. (R)
Breaking Ground. Nepal, East Africa and the USA provide the locations for a programme investigating how different pressures on agricultural land lead to the erosion of soil by wind and rain.
Director Edwina Vardey
An International Broadcasting Trust production
A series for children aged 7 to 9. 1: A Moving Challenge. (R)
The Peregrine Falcon. The flight of the falcon gives children ideas for music. (R)
What are scientists, and how do they go about their work? (R)
Metals and Plastic. Plastics and other materials are now taking over the traditional role of metal. (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu, presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 2: Talking About Yourself
Green Claws is a monster who lives in a greenhouse. Today he shows why he is a brilliant gardener. (R)
New series. In Living Memory.
The School. What was life like in the classroom 50 years ago? With Sian Sutton , Brinley Jenkins and the children of Ammanford
An Opus 30 production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
Ellan Vannin. The late poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman , revisits the Isle of Man.
Producer Bridget Winter (R)
Another chance to see an edition of Open Space with sign language and subtitles.
Weather followed by Wideworld
Return to the Biami. Twenty years ago an Australian, Susan Cornwell , was the first white woman to trek to the cannibal people of the Biami in Central New Guinea. Last year she returned, but their lifestyle was much changed. (R)
Regional News and Weather
Betjeman on Kilvert. Sir John
Betjeman travels through Kilvert country in the Welsh borderlands, and recalls a way of life recorded by the clergyman-diarist in the 1870s.
Director Patrick Garland
Producer Derek Trimby (R)
Canada/Alaska. Kathy Tayler takes the train through the Rockies and a cruise along the Alaskan coast.
Radon - Out of Sight, Out of Mind The south west is known to have the highest levels of radon gas in the country. New research suggests radon causes leukaemia as well as other cancers. Hugh Prysor-Jones reports. Producer Gary Johnston
Fed up with his life as a celebrity, bon vivant Keith Floyd decides to settle down and buy a pub.
Producers David Pritchard and Simon Willis (R) (Postponed from 6 September)
Starring Jerry Lewis Dean Martin
When Melvin and Al walk past the US Navy's recruiting poster saying 'The Navy needs you', the finger should have been pointing the other way- for the navy's sake. Corinne Calvet Herself
Director Hal Walker
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A classic American comedy starring Phil Silvers.
Sergeant Bilko enters the hotel business. (R)
Another chance to see AJan Plater's seven-part adaptation of Anthony Trollope 's Barchester novels, starring Donald Pleasence Nigel Hawthorne
Obadiah Slope , having learned of Eleanor's wealth, has changed sides and abandoned
Mrs Proudie 's candidate, Quiverful.
Producer Jonathan Powell Director David Giles (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Signora Madeline Neroni:
Starring Rita Rudner and her special guests
Stephen Fry , Jonathan Ross
The popular American comedienne in her first British series, featuring stand-up comedy, sketches and songs. With Morwenna Banks, Martin Bergman , Philip Lowrie , Geoff McGivern and Michael Fenton Stevens.
Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
A five-part series investigating what medical negligence is and what happens when patients believe they are victims of doctors' mistakes.
3: For the Protection of the People The General Medical Council, which has the power to discipline doctors, has judged that failure to act on tests - after which a woman died - was not serious professional misconduct. Raw Deal asks whether the GMC, as a disciplinary body, has a future.
Narrated by Helena Kennedy
Producer Deborah Cadbury
Executive producer David Paterson
Continuing the series of short plays by writers new to television. Tonight's drama, written by Gregory Evans, stars Maggie O'Neill and Vivienne Rochester
Ruth and Esther live isolated lives. Both women are frightened by what they see around them, but for Esther this fear becomes an obsession because of her 8-month-old child.
Presented by Francine Stock.
Including an interview with Sir Vidia Naipaul about his new novel, A Million Mutinies Now.
Presented by Tracey Macleod.