6.45 Minerals: Finds for the Future
7.10 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450 to 1600
Some of Daytime on Two may be unsuitable for the young.
A drama series for 5- and 6-year-olds. Our Dinner starring Patsy Byrne
Nan and the children make spagaroni cheese.
Nan Patsy Byrne Producers Pat Farringdon and Diane Morgan (R)
Miscellany series for young children. Square Peg, Round Hole. Presented by Michael Snelders.
Planet Earth. The Monster Rock Show. What is the connection between a dinosaur and a giant toilet roll? Presented by Adrian Newell , Carmen Pryce and Elin Rhys.
Director Howard Reay
Producer Lambros Atteshlis
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The Blind Men and the Elephant
3: Look What / Can Do. How do you assess a 5-year-old? (R)
Keep It Clean. Kitchen hygiene. (R)
1: Equal Opportunities. Jobs for the Boys.
Director/Producer David Meldrum (R)
A series of ten programmes about computers, with Fred Harris. 3: Well Connected. (R)
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Narrated by actor Paul Nicholas. (R)
Floella Benjamin looks at parties and festivals, and Saeed Jaffrey tells the story Amar's City by Peter Bonnici. (R)
Sink or Swim. With Paul Coia and Sheelagh Gilbey. Director Chris Ellis
Producer Roland Tongue
An Open Mind production for BBCtv (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Square Peg, Round Hole (R)
Further coverage from Blackpool.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Previews of Ghost and Cadillac
(Shown yesterday at 10.25pm on BBC
Starring Patrick Stewart
The adventures of the new USS Enterprise and its crew.
Stardate 41209.2: while investigating the mysterious occurrences on board another starship, the members of the Enterprise's crew fall victim to a contagion that makes them behave irrationally.
Capt Jean-Luc Picard:
Cdr William Riker:
Lt Geordi La Forge:
Lt Tasha Yar:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
The best of student animation by previous First Bite Awards winners.
The third in a series of nine weekly programmes co-produced in France, Italy, Hungary, Sweden and the UK, covering topics as diverse as sport, magic and religion. Series producer Sheila Hayman
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
As delegates in Blackpool debate how a Labour government plans to improve the quality of life, Jonathan Dimbleby asks key Labour politicians whether the party can deliver.
The Sipan Affair. In January 1987 a band of grave robbers broke into a royal tomb at Sipan in northern
Peru. The treasure they plundered was worth millions. Within months it had been smuggled by way of London to Los Angeles. Timewatch examines the international trade in antiquities, and uncovers a tale of ancient gold and modern greed. Narrated by Nick Ross. Producer Jonathan Dent Series editor Roy Davies
As the Sunday Telegraph wrote: 'Exhibits the sort of cerebral humour until now dominated by performers like Stephen Fry and John Sessions. It won't be long before they are poached by television.' Well, they have been. The hit Radio 1 comedy show comes to television.
A drama serial in four parts. Starring Janet McTeer
David Haig , Cathryn Harrison
3: Vita has returned to England, to gossip and rumour; the fun is over and the affair seems doomed. At the same time Violet is being pressured to marry Denys, and the only alternative is elopement and a public scandal.
Screenplay by Penelope Mortimer from the book by Nigel Nicolson.
Producer Colin Tucker
Director Stephen Whittaker
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New perspectives on a current debate from a personal standpoint.
Presented by Jeremy Paxman in London and Peter Snow at the Labour Party Conference.
Sarah Dunant presents the nightly arts and media magazine, including an interview with American writer
Andrea Dworkin about her new novel, Mercy.
An Introduction to Psychology: Understanding Violence
An examination of the work of a senior prison psychologist.