A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons by the BBC's Parliamentary team.
A miscellany series for young children. Just Suppose ...
Dibs (Francis Wright ) takes Michael Snelders and Baxter (Simon Buckley ) mountain climbing. With Courtney Pine. Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester
Planet Earth. Life through the eyes of a frog, plants and animals living in deserts and rainforests and the world of the mini-beasts. Producer Lambros Atteshlis
Living the fishing. The King of Fish. (R)
Where Are You Going, Little Mouse? Presented by Stuart Bradley. Series producer Caroline Godley
Primary school teachers on the role of television in promoting learning. (R)
Infra-red light and ultrasonic sound.
Equal Opportunities. Disability - No Problem.
A ten-part series about computers in society, with Fred Harris.
5: New Directions. Computing is accessible to ordinary people. (R)
Today's cartoon story Spot's Lost Bone by Eric Hill is told by actor Paul Nicholas. (R)
With Floella Benjamin and pupils of Lovelace Primary School.
Saeed Jaffrey tells the story The Kite Fight by Peter Bonnici. (R)
Water. A vital source of energy.
Weather followed by You and Me
Just Suppose ... (R)
David Vine introduces the Rothmans Grand Prix from the Hexagon Theatre, Reading.
John Craven examines predictions for future farmland requirements. (Shown on Sunday at 12.30pm on BBC
Weather followed by Snooker
Further coverage of the fifth round. Commentary by Ted Lowe ,
Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Summarisers John Spencer ,
Ray Edmonds and Eddie Charlton.
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Robert De Niro gives a rare television interview.
(Shown yesterday at 10.20pm on BBC
The adventures of the new USS Enterprise.
Starring Patrick Stewart as Captain Picard
Stardate 41263.1: the ship enters a terrifying new dimension.
Capt Jean-Luc Picard:
A video vote, a mix from the DJ of the week and an updated dance chart.
A European weekly magazine programme, which this week gives you a taste of Europe through the eyes and experiences of people who have immigrated for refuge or by choice.
Series producer Sharon Ali
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
Antoine de Caunes returns with a new series of the fast-moving cross-channel music show, today featuring Iggy Pop, Anne and Jaz, Bill Wyman and a profile of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan.
(An NB de C production for BBCtv)
(Repeated next Sunday)
(Feature: page 29)
/ Don 't Want to Be Remembered As a Chair. On the shore of Sabbathday Lake in Maine lives a religious community of nine men and women. They are the last practising Shakers - members of a sect once persecuted for its dissenting beliefs and celibate lifestyle. Granted unique access, Timewatch explores their struggle to maintain their religious and historic identity while furniture made by previous generations of Shakers breaks saleroom records around the world. Producer Jane Treays
Series editor Roy Davies
Taking the Fifth. Hawkeye (Alan Alda ) is love-starved. (R)
2: Leningrad. Five survivors, both victims and perpetrators, recount their stories of Leningrad in the 1930s, of 'the Great Terror'. They remember the shame of confessing to crimes that they never committed. Secret police interrogators remember that time when they controlled people's lives. (Final programme: 'Kolyma' tomorrow at 9.30pm)
New perspectives on a current debate, from a personal standpoint.
By the Conservative Party. (Shown at 9.00pm on BBC
With Jeremy Paxman.
The nightly arts and media magazine programme.