With British Sign Language interpretation by John Lee.
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.
Le grand prix des apprentis. (R)
First in a series of six programmes about people in their 50s. Paul Lewis looks at early retirement.
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A Silly Day. Michael Snelders and Dibs are in a silly mood. With
Simon Buckley and Francis Wright.
Planet Earth. Life through a frog's eyes; life in deserts and rainforests; the world of the minibeasts. With Adrian Newell Carmen Pryce and Elin Rhys. (R)
Getting Around the City. A dramatised documentary looking at the various forms of transport available in our towns and cities. With Mark Niven , Clare Cairns ,
John Smith , Gillian McKenna and lain McColl
The King Who Learned to Smile.
Stuart Bradley and Nutmeg visit a fire station.
Series producer Caroline Godley
In No Time. A story about language and how we use it. Episode 1. (R)
Thinkabout Science. A new science drama series for 5- and 6-year-olds. (R)
Our closest star; how to receive pictures of the earth from space.
Money and Values. How the value we place on money influences many areas of our lives.
A series of about computers in society with Fred Harris.
6: Chips and Drumsticks. In a London squat, two musicians built a drum kit from silicon chips. (R)
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Cartoon narrated by Paul Nicholas. (R)
Water. Saeed Jaffrey tells the story The Waterfall by Peter Bonnici.
Presented by Floella Benjamin. (R)
Water: Back to the Future. Will the water on our planet be drinkable after we have finished with it? Director Chris Ellis
Producer Roland Tongue
An Open Mind production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
A Silly Day. (R)
November. Dennis Cornish finds chrysanthemums easy and rewarding plants to grow. Producer David Spires
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Are fox hunters 'the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable' as Oscar Wilde put it?
(Shown on Sunday at 12.30pm on BBC
Horses without Man. Liberated from man's control, the horse soon reverts to the ways of the wild. Narrated by Gary Watson. Producer Dilys Breese (R)
Regional News and Weather
Arthur Marshall , Sue Cook and Magnus Magnusson take on Frank Muir , Virginia McKenna and Dennis Quilley. Referee: Robert Robinson. (R)
Is it fair to treat social workers as scapegoats for society's failure to care? David Divine , ex-Director of Social Services in Brent, talks to Anne Kelleher.
The Freshman with Marlon Brando and The Handmaiden's Tale from director Volker Schlondorff.
(Shown yesterday at 10.20pm on BBC
Reports from around the world on environmental issues. * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Starring Patrick Stewart
Nerves are stretched to the limit when the Enterprise is believed to be held captive by a Ferengi ship.
Capt Jean-Luc Picard:
A video vote, a mix from the DJ of the week, and an updated dance chart.
A European weekly magazine. Series producer Sheila Hayman
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
Antoine de Caunes with this week's cross channel choice of music.
Executive producers Atex Berger , Tim Newman An N B de C production
All the King's Jews. Seven hundred years ago tomorrow - on 1 November 1290 - the Jews were expelled from England. Christopher Andrew unfolds the extraordinary story of England's medieval Jews and discovers the English roots of European anti-Semitism.
Written and produced by Archie Baron Series editor Roy Davies
A War for All Seasons. The 1951 New Year's celebration. (R)
A three-part thriller by Mike Phillips. 2: Virginia Barker has joined forces with her brother to extort money from her MP father.
Director Lesley Manning
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New perspectives on a current debate, from a personal standpoint.
Presented by Peter Snow.
The arts and the media programme.