A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Some of Daytime on Two may be unsuitable for the very young.
Programme 10. (R)
One Man Bands! In this final programme Glenda Jackson talks to women who are their own boss. (R)
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World's best and worst cooking. (R)
A miscellany series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Dibs and Cosmo get the wrong end of the stick. (R)
Views of Jesus. Simon Mayo concludes his exploration of the Christian faith. (R)
Stealing and Unfinished Business (R)
Earthwatch. 6: The World We Share Environmentally concerned children from the USA and Europe meet at a summer camp in Russia. Producer Peter M Evans (R)
How the weather is forecast. (R)
Mathematical investigations. (R)
Survival in the City. Brazilians caught up in the rush from the countryside to the city. (R)
Our Future World. A summary of the planet's environmental hazards. (R)
Assessment at key stage 1 (part 2). (R)
Animation with the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. (R)
Animation narrated by John Alderton. (R)
Cinderella's Christmas. A new musical version of the story of Cinderella. Presented by Jonathan Cohen and Helen Speirs with children from Pinner Park Middle School. Producer Elizabeth Bennett (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
Cockatoos at Three Springs. Do the Australian outback's cockatoos have a future in the wild, or only as pets? Narrated by Robyn Williams. An ABC (Australia) production (R)
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions and other parliamentary highlights. Presented by Vivian White.
Commentary by Brian Curtois.
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The word game with Paul Coia.
Jeffrey Archer and Paul Boateng agree to differ on two controversial political issues.
How to improve your snooker. 5: Difficult and Advanced Shots Dennis Taylor looks at awkward bridging, potting along the cushion and recovery shots. He also introduces the pupils to the swerve, the masse and drag.
Director/ Producer Gordon Menzies A GM production for BBCtv (R)
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The live education programme. Should Muslims in Britain be educated at separate schools?
Krishnan Guru-Murthy reports from the Muslim Girls' School, Bradford, where pupils are taught according to an Islamic ethos. Clean Slate also talks to the Chancellor of New York schools, Joseph Fernandez , and looks back to what was happening in a village school in the summer of 1940. With Jackie Spreckley. Series editor Bernard Adams
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The third of six classic comedies.
Starring Bing Crosby
Bob Hope , Dorothy Lamour
Jeff Peters and Orville 'Turkey' Jackson are a couple of shipwrecked stowaways who find themselves Morocco-bound.
Director David Butler
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Orville 'Turkey' Jackson:
Us and Us. The British dock worker has always had a reputation for being difficult to discipline, impossible to sack and always on strike. Today it's different. The
1989 Government legislation that protected the docker was abolished and overnight jobs were lost.
Tonight's programme tells the story of how the Southampton dockers, when faced with redundancy, formed their own unique co-operative and won the contract to handle cargo at the docks. Now they are the shareholders in their own company, and they employ their bosses. Cathy Burnett asks if the enterprise will succeed. Producer John Coleman
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In this series of portraits of innocent people jailed for their beliefs, Sebastian Coe tells the first of tonight's two stories.
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Delia Smith offers advice on a selection from mail order specialists. Plus traditional
Christmas food and choosing red wine with Alice King. Director Howard Perks Producer Jayne Owens
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On Sunday, 180 competitors started at Harrogate in this year's Lombard RAC Rally. Drivers have been battling through the tough forest stages in the north of England and the Scottish Borders.
William Woollard , Alan Douglas and Tony Mason report on this last event in the 1990 world rallying calendar. Producer John Burkill Editor Tom Ross
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Comedian Harry Enfield creates a collection of new characters viewers will grow to know, love and often wish to strangle.
Producers Mary Bell and Geoffrey Perkins A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Brief Encounters. Sometimes it's war between the police and prostitutes at King's Cross Station. At other times it's amnesty when police look to the women for leads about rapists and drug dealers. Filmed during a special six-week police initiative to stem vice in the area, the programme shows the harsh realities of life on the streets. Producer Christopher Terrill Editor Caroline Pick
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Starring Nigel Planer
As an actor, Nicholas Craig has always liked to be known as a stickler for detail.
Tonight, he covers such techniques as correct punting skills in Oxbridge parts, and the use of the waistcoat in northern drama.
Written by Christopher Douglas Director Charles Miller
Producer Caroline Wright
With Jeremy Paxman.
A panel of guests choose the month's most interesting events in the world of the arts and the media. With Sarah Dunant.
Sebastian Coe with the second of tonight's portraits.