With sign language interpretation.
A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
Starting your own business. (R)
6: Teenagers in Hamburg show off their city. (R)
Festivals. Hallowe'en. Grannie remembers a Hallowe'en night when she was a girl.
A miscellany series for young children. But You Promised.
Annette Badiand disappoints Spike by forgetting a promise and Najma Akhtar sings Chanda Maa Maa. With Simon Buckley and Richard Coombs.
Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester
Badger Girl. The secret passage. (R)
Short open-ended programmes to stimulate discussion and role play. The Way People Talk followed by Girls about Boys - Boys about Girls. (R)
The Elements. What lies under our towns and cities? (R)
Power for the People. Alternative energy sources and practical methods of energy conservation. Director Chris La Fontaine
An International Broadcasting Trust production
A series for 7- to 9-year-olds. 3: Everything in the Garden. (R)
The Sea. The children sample sounds to accompany a song about endangered wildlife. (R)
A look at the problems of measuring between the nearest stars and planet Earth. (R)
Biotechnology. Using microbes in making cheese, beer and wine. (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi.
6: Health. Describing symptoms. (R) & SUPPORT MATERIAL: book, same title, £8.99; two cassettes, £9.99, from retailers.
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Green Claws is off on holiday. (R)
On the Farm. Sian Sutton shows how old farming implements were used. Producers Gwyn Hughes Jones and J Mervyn Williams
An Opus 30 production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
But You Promised. (R)
Charles II: the New Image of Monarchy Sir Roy Strong , as Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum , looks for the real character of the sovereign in the way he is pictured. Director Julia Matheson
Producer Derek Trimby (R)
David Jessel reports on a motorail holiday from London to Inverness. (R)
The magazine programme for the deaf community.
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
Regional News and Weather
Robert Robinson referees this duel of words and wit between Frank Muir with Virginia McKenna and Dennis Quilley , and Arthur Marshall with Sue Cook and Magnus Magnusson. (R)
Frances Crook , director of the Howard League for Penal Reform, discusses crime and punishment with Anne Kelleher.
The programme for users of welfare and consumer services.
Civil Disaster. On 26 February 1990, the sea wall gave way at Towyn on the North Wales coast. Within minutes, 4,000 people were homeless. Eight months later, some of them are still waiting to return to their homes. This report examines how well insurance and welfare benefits have served the devastated community. Editor Frank Ash
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Geoff Hamilton explains the value of pergolas and fruit arches.
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Jeffrey Hunter , Woody Strode Arizona 1881: Sergeant Rutledge has been charged with rape and murder. Defence council Lieutenant Cantrell has to prove the black sergeant's innocence and combat the prejudice of the local community.
Director John Ford
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Sgt Braxton Rutledge:
The New Wind of Change. Across
Africa dictatorships are tumbling as the continent follows eastern Europe in turning to democracy. Millions of Africans are being offered political choice for the first time, but can democracy succeed? Peter Godwin reports from the Ivory Coast, Mozambique and Zambia. Producer Giselle Portenier Editor John Morrison
A look at the food we eat and those who supply it.
In the week of Hallowe'en, uses for pumpkin flesh: a rich stew and a wicked pudding; find out which wines to buy to join in with next week's live wine tasting; and chef and restaurateur Richard Shepherd takes a look at soul food in Atlanta, Georgia. Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash Producer Peter Bazalgette
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The mystery continues in the second part of David Lynch 's offbeat drama about a small town where anyone would want to be. Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
Further probing into Laura Palmer 's murder brings indications of a sordid secret life - but who really knows the truth? Meanwhile, Agent Cooper senses young love in the air, learns about where the fish swim in Twin
Peaks and is chastised for doubting the integrity of the local timber.
Written by Mark Frost and David Lynch
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For the first time, a television crew has been given unrestricted access to Europe's largest young offenders' institution and remand centre, Glen Parva near Leicester. This eight-part series starts with the arrival of the new boys: fresh from court, they emerge from the black van, heads bowed, handcuffed, into a new life - prison. Producer Jeff Perks
Executive producer Paul Watson
The first of a 13-part series delving into novel concepts of Japanese life. Innovation is paramount in a strictly packaged society. Performance artist Genki Numata strives to be a human Bonsai tree. Director George Meggarty
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
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With Peter Snow.
The arts and media programme.
Frances Crook talks to Anne Kelleher about punishment.