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.
Longthorpe Tower. Brian McNerney visits this medieval building. (R)
Television Christmas Special. With special guest Roy Castle of Record Breakers. 'Shoes' is the theme with a look at celebrities' shoes, a song, the story of the shoemaker and the winner of the design-a-shoe competition. With Philip Hawthorn and Julian Battersby. Producer Derek Butler (R)
A multi-media two-year GCSE course in German. (R)
Festivals. Christmas Magic. A
Christmas tree fairy and a Meteor Man toy come to life. (R)
A series for young children.
Dibs feels like leaving home. (R)
Badger Girl. 9: Panic on the lake. (R)
Far Away but Not Forgotten. Irving lives with his parents and sister in Nottingham but the rest of his family lives in Jamaica.
If Only I Could. Young people talk about their fantasies and secret ambitions. Can dreams come true? Producer Marilyn Milgrom
Series producer Nicci Crowther
The Elements. Fire. Presenters: Jaye Griffiths and Louise Hall-Taylor . (R)
The Troubled Sea. A look at the threat of overfishing and pollution and possible solutions. Director Tony Isaacs
An International Broadcasting Trust production for BBCtv
(Repeatedon Thursday at 12.25pm)
A series for 7- to 9-year-olds. 5: It is winter on the island. (R)
A look at the way scientists try to predict future events. (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi. 9: Travel (R)
Cartoon. There's a freeze today. (R)
5: Schools. Myfanwy Talog travels around Wales looking at buildings. Director William Davies
Producer Selwyn Roderick
A Teliesyn production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
A series for young children. (R)
A history of the firearm.
4: Riflemen Form. The rifle first proved its worth in the Crimean War. Introduced by Christopher Roads. Narrated by Duncan Carse. Producer Paul Jordan (R)
A Pantomime Cow Producer Paul Baker (R)
The magazine for the deaf.
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
Anagram: a gorge brat.
Clue: Hollywood actress.
Word game hosted by Paul Coia.
With two guest commentators. Hosted by Robert Robinson and Loyd Grossman.
The trade barriers are coming down all over Europe as 1992 approaches. The bosses are delighted - but what about the workers? Advice Shop reports from France, Brussels and the UK. Editor Frank Ash
Northern Coast of Spain. Introduced by Penny Junor, with Matthew Collins and Dr John Thornes. * TRAVEL: page 23
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Starring Sterling Hayden Anna Maria Alberghetti
1830: in Texas the white settlers are planning a rebellion against the despotic General Santa Anna.
Director Frank Lloyd
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Lorenzo de Quesada:
The Secret World of the Khmer
Rouge. In one of the most horrific acts in history the Khmer Rouge butchered a million of their own
Cambodian citizens. They were eventually driven out by the Vietnamese. Tonight's film, made inside the Khmer Rouge organisation, shows how they are planning their comeback, and why many Cambodians accept their return as inevitable.
Producers David Feingold and Shari Robertson Editor John Morrison
An American professor explains why our general idea of food risks is completely wrong. There's a recipe for roast lamb, and two teenage vegetarians discover their ideal diet. Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash Producer Peter Bazalgette
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The mystery continues in David Lynch 's offbeat drama about a small town where anyone would want to be.
Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
5: The psychiatric branch of medicine fails to throw light on Laura Palmer 's secrets, but the trail of the one-armed man leads to a feathered friend and a vital clue. Meanwhile, James Hurley is stunned by a familiar face, Cooper finds out that he isn't the only visionary in town and Audrey Home decides to follow the sweet smell of excess.
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Agent Dale Cooper:
Sheriff Harry S Truman:
Tommy 'Hawk' Hill:
A documentary serial at the Glen
Parva Young Offenders Institution. 4: Drink and temper land most young men in jail. Mike, denied booze, tackles temper control. In the kitchen the knives are counted as John learns to cook. Darren explains prison currency and sad
Lee is excited by a visit from mum. Producer Jeff Perks
Executive producer Paul Watson
A series delving into novel concepts of Japanese life.
Love, Pain and Pinball Zen. A visit to Japan's hi-tech love hotels; the secret and hidden world of 'Irezumi'
- the Japanese tattoo; and the complex, mysterious, and lucrative business of 'Pachinko' - pinball. Director George Heggarty
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
With Francine Stock.
Jeremy Isaacs is Face to Face with American writer Edmund White , author of the novel A Boy's Own Story, whose play Trios has just opened in Britain.