A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons by the BBC Parliamentary team.
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
New freedoms, new responsibilities. Featuring life in a London hostel, a student landlord, a lodger, residential sixth-form college and flat-sharing in Newcastle. (R)
A multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.
5: Teenagers in Hamburg talk about what they do in their free time. (R)
Getting Around by Boat.
Jan Batchelor looks at how the Scots have travelled across water, both in the past and the present. (R)
Miscellany for young children.
Say What You Feel. Annette Badland and Baxter find it difficult to console Spike. Children learn how to play percussion. Today's song is Mama Don't Low. With Simon Buckley and Richard Coombs. Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester
Badger Girl. Lost on the Moor. (R)
Look It Up and Memory Bank. (R)
Health Education. How our bodies take care of us and how we avoid being hurt in the first place. (R)
The Greenhouse Effect. (R)
A series for 7- to 9-year-olds. 3: Everything in the Garden. (R)
Measurements in science. (R) [Repeated on Thursday at 11.10am)
Catalysis. 'No catalysts, then no chemistry, then no life.' (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 5: Shopping. (R)
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Green Claws and Iris keep fit. (R)
Churches and Chapels.
Myfanwy Talog looks at Welsh buildings. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Say What You Feel (R)
Elizabeth /. MasA or Reality.
Sir Roy Strong , as Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum , looks for clues to the personality of some English sovereigns. Director Julia Matheson
Producer Derek Trimby (R)
(Charles Ion Thursday at 2 15pm)
Seville. Bill Buckley reports on a weekend break to Seville, Spain. Series producer Patricia Houlihan (R) (Greenwich on Thursday at ? 30pm)
Magazine programme for the deaf. (Shown on Sunday at 12.05pm on BBC
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions and other business from the Lords and Commons. Presented by Vivian White. Commentary by Brian Curtois.
Editor Geoffrey Sumner
A duel of words and wit between
Arthur Marshall with Jancis Robinson and Mike Read , and Frank Muir with Jane Glover and Spike Milligan.
Refereed by Robert Robinson. (R)
Are we asking the police to do an impossible job? Sir John Woodcock , HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, talks to Anne Kelleher.
The programme for consumers of welfare and public services.
The Poll Tax. Whatever happened to the poll tax? Who's paying it? How much are they paying and what's it going to be spent on? A report from Wandsworth, Swansea and Wigan on 'a day in the life of the poll tax'. Editor Frank Ash
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A visit to the Marchioness of Salisbury's Elizabethan knot garden at Hatfield House inspires
Geoff Hamilton to plant a parterre. It combines the aroma of herbs with a stunning geometric design that would be a talking point in any garden.
● GARDENING: page 101
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Starring Rod Steiger
In flight from both Scotland Yard and the FBI, international financier and swindler Carl Schaffner, en route to Mexico, meets a man who shares a remarkable physical resemblance. Drugging him, Schaffner assumes his identity only to discover, after crossing the border, that his victim was both a wanted political assassin and a local folk hero.
Films: pages 37-42
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The new foreign affairs programme reports from around the globe, bringing today the stories that could well dominate the news tomorrow.
The Ukraine. Controversial historian Professor Norman Stone reports from the Ukraine. Once independent, now part of the Soviet Union, the Ukraine struggles for freedom. If it succeeds, the Soviet empire would fall apart. Producer Brian Barr Editor John Morrison
The last in the series from the American comedienne.
Her special guest is Ade Edmondson
Rita's visa expires and she has to go home; and Ade makes an appeal. With Martin Bergman , Ian Burford , Liz Edmiston , Louise Gold ,
Philip Lowrie , Robert Meadmore , Lill Roughley , Corinne Russell , Michael Fenton Stevens and Sally Ann Triplett.
Director, Producer Kevin Bishop
The feature-length opening episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's acclaimed television series. An offbeat murder-mystery drama about a small town where anyone would want to be.
Starring Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean
"She's dead. Wrapped in plastic." The body of Laura Palmer, a beautiful teenage girl, is found by the shoreline in the small lumber town of Twin Peaks, shattering the tranquillity and revealing a host of dark and twisted secrets involving drugs, illicit love, Norwegian property developers, Douglas firs and cherry pie.
COVER STORY: page 5
BARRY NORMAN: page 37
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