With Simon Parkin and Andi Peters.
Animation narrated by Ray Brooks. (R)
The Playbus is at the Patch Stop at Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan.
Chloe Ashcroft tells today's story Mr Arbuthnot to the Rescue, illustrated by Rebecca Jelbert. With Adrian Scarborough. A Felgate production for BBCtv (R)
A look at Wales's legend of Prince Llewelyn's Faithful Hound. Producer Peter Charlton (R)
Cartoon of the famous boy puppet.
A children's multi-faith series.
Equal Rights. Michael sharpens up his image to visit a Sikh temple. With Kieran Cunningham , Colin Kerrigan and Sayan Akaddas. Director Jeremy Woolf Producer Judy Merry
Cartoon story about pixies.
Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies help Jo Korna answer questions. (R)
With Yvette Fielding, John Leslie and Diane-Louise Jordan.
The award-winning children's comedy, written by Tony Robinson. 3: Little Brown Noses. Why should the government have to look after the poor when a jumble sale can be held for them?
In the first of a new series, Boxpops has a new look. This week's topic is men. Is the image anything like the reality? There are opinions from some of today's male models plus music from Wham, David Bowie and the Weather Girls. Director Penny Ewing Producer Roy Milani
Music, news, competitions and a chance to choose this week's CBBC video.
Issues of the week set in their regional context and examined at neighbourhood level. Presented by Bruce Parker with Viv Robins reporting from Westminster. Editor Paul Cannon
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lain MacWhirter examines the work of Parliamentary committees and asks how well they do their job. Producer Jenny Davies Editor Lydia Howard
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Starring Spencer Tracy
Fate strands millionaire's son
Harvey Cheyne on a humble fishing schooner. Based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling.
Director Victor Fleming
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A National Film Board of Canada animation in which a boy finds a flute with magical properties.
Burt Lancaster , Peter Riegert
Maclntyre attempts to negotiate a 'fair' price for a new oil refinery with the villagers of Ferness in Scotland. But Ferness can have a strange effect on its visitors.
Producer David Puttnam
Written and directed by Bill Forsyth
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Life on the production line becomes impossible when the boss tells the workers 'exactly how to do it'.
London Division v North Division
The first round of the ADT
Divisional Championship gets under way with defending champions
London playing host to the North. Introduced by Chris Rea , with commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith . Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The Dutch electronics giant Philips is in crisis as it restructures, shedding 50,000 jobs across the world. Tom Maddocks assesses this last throw to ensure a future for consumer electronics in Europe.
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David Dimbleby in Bonn and Peter Snow in Berlin report on the results of today's German elections, the first since unification.
A natural history of behaviour by David Attenborough
Friends and Rivals. Recognising friends and respecting the power of rivals is vital. For baboons, it's not how big they are, but who they know, that counts; while chickens need to know their place in the farmyard pecking-order.
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Sketches from the original television series starring
Peter Cook , Dudley Moore
Not only the making of a movie -
Robert Neasden; but also Peter the cobbler having problems with Melanie; not to mention the Alan a 'Dale song. With music from the Dudley Moore Trio. (R) revised
Japan since 1945.
7: Being Japanese. When new recruits join Japanese companies they expect to stay for life. In return for this security they work long hours and dedicate themselves to the firm, their wives and children taking second place. While other nations work in order to live, the Japanese say they live in order to work. Producer Colleen Toomey
Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta
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First showing on network television. Starring
Robin Williams , Peter O'Toole
Jack Moniker is a Chicago fireman, burned out and retired after one too many major alarms. He heads for a Caribbean island, where he is persuaded to invest his money in rejuvenating a holiday club.
Director Harold Ramis
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Governor Anthony Croyden Hayes:
Prime Minister Solomon Gundy:
Further reports on the new German government, elected today. How will Germany behave in a rapidly changing Europe and how will the new country relate to Britain?
Dance culture news with Normski.
The fast-moving cross-channel music show with Antoine de Caunes.