A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
An American comedy series.
Guilty Until Not Proven Innocent
Laverne (Penny Marshall) ends up in jail on a shoplifting charge. (R)
Second of a three-part series based on the poignant novel by Sumner Locke Elliott. Starring Robyn Nevin
David Cameron , Judy Davis
2: Shasta has a reunion with an old friend while Neil has a rendezvous with the unpredictable Carrie.
Director Igor Auzins (R)
Neil aged 6:
A magazine programme looking at trends in America. Including an interview with pop star Paula Abdul.
Barnard Wants Out. Dr Daniel Westin (David McCallum ) is asked to help a scientist defect back to the west. (R)
The Azores. Kathy Tayier reports on the islands of Sao Miguel and Faial.
Dr Robert Liddell , a member of Australia's Royal Flying Doctor
Service, pilots his small aircraft on a medical round that will take him from the Indian Ocean to the fringe of the Gibson Desert.
Narrated by Michael Dean.
A series on the firearm.
Accurate at a Mile. The sport of 'match rifle'. Introduced by Christopher Roads. Narrated by Duncan Carse. (R)
In today's adventure, Green Claws gets a musical present and, with practice, he manages a good tune or two - after all, he does come from a musical family. (R)
The magazine programme for the deaf community.
A film celebrating the warmth, affection and unbridled enthusiasm that women of all ages and backgrounds feel for their horses. Narrated by Candida Lycett Green. Producer Edward Mirzoeff (R)
Prime Minister's questions and other Parliamentary highlights of the day. Presented by Vivian White. Commentary by Brian Curtois. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
Regional News and Weather
Synonym: canvalruer. Meaning: patois.
Answer in today's programme. Paul Coia hosts the word game with Bryan the computer.
Robert Robinson and Loyd Grossman discuss the minutiae of modern life with two guests.
Working On. Hughie Jones , former singer with the folk group the Spinners, looks at career opportunities and job prospects available to people over 50, especially those who want to carry on working after retirement. Editor Frank Ash
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Southern California (Part 1). A look at Los Angeles and San Diego, including Hollywood, Malibu and Santa Monica. Presented by Penny Junor with Matthew Collins and Dr John Thornes.
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When a stranger is caught cheating in a poker game, Van Morgan , one of the seven players, tries in vain to stop the others from lynching the man. Soon after, two of the gamblers are found dead, and tension mounts as the unknown killer systematically stalks the other members of the lynch party.
Director Henry Hathaway
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India: Ruins of the Raj. Torn apart by caste violence, religious intolerance and political feuding, India faces unprecedented instability. Mark Tully blames the bitter divisions on the failure to outgrow the legacy of the British Raj, and reports on India's desperate need to forge a new identity. Producer Sam Collyns Editor John Morrison
This week: the darkest secret from Twin Peaks - how Special Agent
Dale Cooper 's favourite cherry pie is made. The Christmas wine box is opened and tasted by wine expert Oz Clarke ; and a recipe for spiced beef. Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash Producer Peter Bazalgette
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The last episode in the present series and the mysteries deepen. Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
James and Donna discover a tape that could finger the killer but Cooper is looking to the future of his investigation in the cards. A madness grips Twin Peaks and it seems that Laura Palmer 's fate may be visited on more than one of its inhabitants.
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A documentary series on the Glen Parva Young Offenders Institution.
7: Darren enjoys working with children as a community service volunteer but the lure of freedom proves too tempting. Where is the help Vincent needs to avoid the temptations of a sex offence? Lee is trying to keep parole in sight.
Producer Jeff Perks
Executive producer Paul Watson
Victory Through Guts. Many teenage Japanese girls are devotees of professional women's wrestling. Some wrestlers even become pop stars. Director George Haggerty
Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
With Jeremy Paxman.
The Late Show begins its reviews of the year with some of the high points of 1990 in the arts and media. Executive producer Janey Walker Editor Roland Keating