Maths Methods: Preparing for the Exam
Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Pompeii's Roman houses and mosaics. (R)
The first of seven programmes for people with learning difficulties. (R)
Pascal's Triangle // and Mazes.
Piccolo and paper sounds.
Exploring faith and belief. (R)
After Metal Bashing (part 1) (R)
British social history. Home from Home. What prompted people to move to Britain in past centuries? (R)
Hygiene in food handling. (R)
A cartoon about life on an urban street. (R)
Life in the 17th Century. Plague! (R)
Weather followed by Storytime
The Hungry Giant
Further coverage from Blackpool.
3.00 pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
A portrait of the rich and varied bird life of a reedbed through the changing seasons of the year. An RSPB film
Las Chicas de Hoy en Dia (Today's Girls). A new sit-com from Spanish television about the exploits of two girls living in Madrid. Hunting for jobs, Nuri and Charo end up in the city and decide to share a flat. Presented by Jaswinder Bancil. Producer Mart Beynon Owen
6.30 pm Rough Guide to the World Update
Istanbul. Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha explore Istanbul, one of the oldest cities in the world. Director Jon Silverside
Series producer Rachel Purnell
Is Labour ready to run Britain again? On the first day of the Labour Party's conference,
Jonathan Dimbleby analyses the party's programme for power and cross-examines the key ministers-in-waiting. Tonight
Shadow Chancellor, the Rt Hon
John Smith , MP, outlines Labour's plans for taxation and the economy. Editor Barbara Maxwell
A series of six classic films on architecture and the environment by the late Ian Nairn.
4: Nairn across Britain: from Leeds into Scotland. Ian Nairn travels by train from Leeds to Carlisle and then along the ghost of a railway track to Edinburgh, contemplating the mix of architectural triumphs and calamities.
Producer Barry Bevins (R) revised
America at the Racial Crossroads.
The second phase of the civil rights movement.
World Heavyweight boxing champion Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali and jeopardised his career and his freedom by refusing to fight in Vietnam. Richard Nixon's presidency saw a new rise in repression.
A Blackside production
First showing on network television for this comedy of young love featuring the star of Gregory's Girl, John Gordon-Sinclair.
Also starring Irina Brook
Alan, a photographer with a roving eye, is trying to split up with his live-in girlfriend Mary. Meanwhile Ken, his assistant, has fallen hopelessly in love with a girl in one of the hundreds of snaps he develops every week.
(John Gordon-Sinclair stars in "Your Cheatin' Heart" a new drama serial set against Glasgow's country and western music culture, beginning next Thursday on BBC1)
Films: pages 25-30
With Francine Stock in London and Peter Snow at the Labour Party Conference in Blackpool. Editor Tim Gardam
Kirsty Wark introduces tonight's edition of the arts and media magazine.
Executive producer Janey Walker Editor Roland Keating
Culture and Society in Victorian Britain