Arthur Negus goes to Lanhydrock
House, Cornwall, with former snooker world champion, Ray Reardon. (R)
Stockbeds and Steam. A portrait of Alan Bloom , horticulturalist, nursery gardener and steam engine fanatic. (R)
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
The stories of three people who changed career in their 50s. (R)
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A science drama series for 5- to 6-year-olds.
With Patsy Byrne, Benjamin Rennis, Lily Malin and Jackson Kyle. (R)
A miscellany series for young children.
Oojimaflips and Thingummybobs Michael Snelders exasperates Cosmo and Dibs when he can't remember words. With Frances Kay and Francis Wright.
Planet Earth. What a Waste
The three Rs: reduce, re-use and recycle. With Adrian Newell , Carmen Pryce and Elin Rhys. Director Tina Fletcher
Producer Lambros Atteshlis
Town Living. A street in Stirling. (R)
Alistair's Time Machine.
Stuart Bradley relates how Alistair rescues cave people from a stampede of woolly mammoths. Series producer Caroline Godley
In No Time. Episode 2. A story about language and how we use it. (R)
A programme for teachers to accompany the new Science Challenge series. (R)
The theme is fitness and muscles. (R)
Money Matters. Don't Look Down by Margaret Simpson. Phillip saw no problem with credit - until the loan shark came to call. (R)
A series about computers in society, with Fred Harris.
7: Housewives' Choice? Advertisers study computer printouts to discover who buys their breakfast cereal. (R) 0 NOTES: send cheque or postal order for £ 1.50 to [address removed],
Cartoon narrated by Paul Nicholas. (R)
Perminderpal Gill and Brian Jameson tell Cream Tea by Peter Bonnici.
Presented by Floella Benjamin. (R)
Getting About. Tony Aitken goes on a treasure trail. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Oojimaflips and Thingummybobs. (R)
With the Government's legislative programme now known,
Vivian White and Brian Curtois introduce the first reaction in Parliament by the main political parties. Speakers include the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition and the Leader of the Liberal Democrats.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Featuring Flatliners with Julia Roberts and Kiefer Sutherland.
Reports from around the world on environmental issues.
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Starring Patrick Stewart
The Battle. Stardate 41723.9:
Picard's (Patrick Stewart ) past glories threaten to spell the destruction of the USS Enterprise. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Normski presents the video vote, the DJ of the week's mix and updated dance chart.
Autobiography of the USA
A personal anagrammatic view of American history.
A Maverick/Perigee production for BBCtv
A European weekly magazine programme covering topics as diverse as sport, magic and religion. Series producer Sheila Hayman
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
Antoine de Caunes presents the cross-channel music show with French band Niagara, Hispanic rap acts Kid Frost and Mellow Man
Ace, and Paul Simon in Brazil.
Executive producers Alex Berger , Tim Newman An N B de C production for BBCtv
My Father's House. English poet
Michael Hofmann 's book Acrimony is an often critical account of filial love. He travels to the Bavarian home of his father, celebrated novelist Gert Hofmann , and the pair embark on a quest to trace their ancestors in old East Germany. Producer Kevin Hull
Executive producer Nigel Williams
Tell It to the Marines. Colonel
Potter (Harry Morgan) has to leave for a week on business and places the pompous Major Winchester
(David Ogden Stiers ) in charge of the 4077th. (R)
The last part in the screen adaptation of Mike Phillips 's acclaimed bestseller.
Sammy searches for Virginia
Barker who has been abducted by a gun-toting villain, with the MP's deviant son in tow. Meanwhile,
Tess decides to meet the kidnapper alone in the family's cottage.
Producer Caroline Oulton Director Lesley Manning
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New perspectives on a current debate, from a personal standpoint.
Peter Snow with the background to the day's top stories.
Features, films and discussion from the nightly magazine programme.
Beverly Anderson chairs lively debate on current social, cultural and scientific questions.