A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
A series of documentaries about the weird things Australians get up to in the name of sport, Introduced by Jack Thompson. (R)
Starring Marjorie Reynolds Dennis O'Keefe
Gary Ainsworth has real problems when an ex-girlfriend decides to marry his business partner; problems he can never explain to his suspicious wife.
Director Allan Dwan
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A magazine programme looking at trends in America. Including a feature on pop band, Duran Duran.
Penny Hedge. Chris Serle searches for the origins of an ancient ceremony carried out at the fish market in Whitby, Yorkshire. Producer Sarah Caplin
Series producer Peter Bazalgette (R)
Pawnbroking is making a comeback in today's affluent society. Diane Kemp investigates.
Producer John S W Taylor (R)
John S W
The Arab Horse. An unbroken Arab stallion is schooled to submission. Director Keith Sheather (R)
The history of racism and young black people's responses to discrimination in Britain. (R)
And at 12.55pm 16 Up - Racism
Young Black people share experiences of 'endless pressure'. (R)
The magazine programme for the deaf community.
(Shown on Sunday at 12.05am on BBC
This programme traces the 24 hours up to midnight on Sunday 3 September 1939, when Britain was at war. Narrated by Frank Windsor. (R)
French Alps. Phillip Schofield reports on a multi-activity holiday.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions and other Parliamentary highlights of the day. Presented by Vivian White. Commentary by Brian Curtois. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The word game with Paul Coia.
With Robert Robinson , Loyd Grossman and guests.
A special edition from Somerset. Out in the Country. If you're struggling to find work or a home, the tranquility of English rural life may not be all it's cracked up to be. Editor Frank Ash
(Repeated next Monday on BBC
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Normandy. Introduced by Penny Junor, with Matthew Collins and Dr John Thornes.
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Richard Egan , Anthony Quinn
Conquistador steel, Indian arrows and mission bells forge the beginnings of the golden state of California in this spectacular adventure story based on the life of Fr Junipero Serra.
Director Robert D Webb
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A series of portraits of people jailed for their beliefs. Tonight's two stories are told by Claire Rayner.
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Korea: Making Up Is Hard to Do
Since the end of the Korean War in 1953, the armies of North and South Korea have eyed each other nervously over the demilitarised zone. Now both sides are talking, but is reunification possible? While the capitalist South experiments with democracy, the communist North is ruled by Kim II Sung, around whom a bizarre personality cult is based. Brian Barron reports from both North and South. Producer Phil Rees Editor John Morrison
Antony Worrall-Thompson , chef of London's fashionable 190
Queensgate, and wine expert,
Oz Clarke. Plus traditional recipes for Christmas desserts from France. 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 soap noir. Starring
Kyle MacLachlan , Michael Ontkean 7: For one resident of Twin Peaks, Laura Palmer is brought shockingly back to life, but a talkative witness to her murder is destined to leave blood on the doughnuts. Meanwhile, Cooper goes undercover at
One-Eyed Jacks, Audrey gets tongue-tied and Nadine Hurley sees her dreams of riches shattered.
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A documentary serial on the Glen Parva Young Offenders Institution.
Lee's life in prison is getting more difficult as his group officer and protector decides to leave. Mike, now 21, is 'starred-up' to one of the adult jails, many of which are under siege by rioting inmates. The whisper is, Glen Parva will go the same way. Producer Jeff Perks
Executive producer Paul Watson
Japackage. An examination of the beauty and grace of traditional Japanese packaging. But how attractive is the life package of matrimonial bliss to women in Japan? Director George Haggerty
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
With Jeremy Paxman.
A work by Jasper Johns was recently sold at an auction for $17million, the highest figure paid for a work by a living artist. Matthew Collings discusses Johns's work and why some critics still dismiss it as over-rated.
Claire Rayner with the second of tonight's portraits.