Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
Every year thousands of 16- to 18-year-olds have serious accidents on the Youth Training Scheme or develop long-term work-related diseases. Since the scheme was set up in 1985, its record for health and safety has got worse and worse. (R)
A multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.
4: Find out what school subjects young German teenagers like and dislike. (R)
Getting around. On Wheels. (R)
A miscellany series for young children.
One Thing Leads to Another. Baxter and Cosmo set off a disastrous chain of events. Courtney Pine plays Have You Seen the Muffin Man? Presented by Annette Badland with Simon Buckley and Frances Kay. Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester
Badger Girl. The badgerman. (R)
Note-taking and personal timetabling; making graphs. (R)
As the first shipment of tropical hardwood timber obtained by sustainable methods arrives in Britain from Peru, the programme explores the alternatives to the destruction of the world's great timber forests.
Director Sue Haycock
An International Broadcasting Trust production
A series for children aged 7 to 9. Programme 2. (R)
Patterns. Poems, music and a song about hot-air balloons with children from Elmgrove Middle School and Belmont Junior School. (R)
Electromagnetic Spectrum. The range of radiations beyond the visible. (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 4: Talking about Food.
There's trouble at the palace and Green Claws is asked to help. With Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier. (R)
In Living Memory. 2: The Home Sian Sutton goes back in time to visit a family in one of the coal-mining valleys of Wales.
Script Gwenlyn Parry
Producers J Mervyn Williams and Gwyn Hughes Jones
An Opus 30 production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
One Thing Leads to Another. (R)
Live coverage continues with debates on transport, health and housing, and speeches by the Rt Hon Cecil Parkinson , MP, the Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke , MP and Michael Spicer , MP.
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Fencing around a small garden may seem claustrophobic, but as Geoff Hamilton discovers, fences and paths can provide a living setting for an attractive, productive garden.
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Continuing a season of the wholesome Hollywood star's films. Also starring Gordon MacRae
This musical comedy is set in the 20s as Wall Street faces an economic depression.
Stage-struck, wealthy Nanette decides to invest in a musical show.
Her uncle is loath to tell her that she has been ruined in the slump, so he agrees to allow her the money if she can say 'no' to every question put to her for 24 hours.
Director David Butler
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On the opening day of the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth, Jonathan Dimbleby talks to the Party's leading politicians about the policies they will offer in the run up to the next election.
Editor Barbara Maxwell
Another chance to see the last of Alan Plater 's seven-part adaptation of Anthony Trollope 's Barchester novels, starring
The Dean of Barchester has died and Obadiah Slope has asked to be considered as his successor.
Producer Jonathan Powell Director David Giles (R)
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Signora Madeline Neroni:
Dr Vesey Stanhope:
Starring Rita Rudner and her special guest Griff Rhys Jones
The popular American comedienne in her first British series, featuring stand-up comedy, sketches and songs. With Morwenna Banks,
Martin Bergman , Geoff McGivern , Philip Pope , Lill Roughley and Michael Fenton Stevens. Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
Last in a five-part series investigating what medical negligence is and what happens when patients believe they are victims of doctors' mistakes.
The Lottery of the Law. A case involving a blind baby goes into court again and again, and is still unsettled after 11 years.
Ian Kennedy , Professor of Medical Law and Ethics at King's College, London, says: 'There's no money, no compensation, no resolution. The child is unhappy, the parents are unhappy, the medical profession is unhappy - this system must go.'
Many people are contemptuous of the present way of dealing with the question of negligence. The
Swedes used to have a system like the British but they replaced it.
The programme asks if it isn't time Britain did the same. Series producer John Groom
Executive producer David Paterson
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The last in a series of short films by writers new to television.
Today's drama, by Alan David
Price, is a moving and unusual film about a young man who returns to his Liverpool roots for his father's funeral.
Producers Phillippa Giles and Vicky Licorish
Director Diana Patrick
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With Peter Snow in London and Jeremy Paxman at the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth.
Tracey Macleod presents today's programme on the arts and media, with features, opinions and discussion.
Executive producer Janey Walker Editor Roland Keating