A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons by the BBC's parliamentary team.
American comedy series.
Call Me a Taxi. Laverne (Penny Marshall) and Shirley (
Cindy Williams ) find themselves working in a dime-a-dance joint. (R)
Last of a three-part mini-series based on the poignant novel by Sumner Locke Elliott.
Neil renews an old friendship and Shasta finds romance, but is it too late for both of them? (R)
Paul McCartney is interviewed in this American update on music and movie trends and lifestyles.
Go Directly to Jail. A cleaner turns to Dr Daniel Westin (
David McCallum ) to help clear her son's name when he is framed. (R) Written by Steven Bochco
Halifax. A profile of the West Riding wool town. (R)
A look at the traditional relationship between man and elephant in Thailand, from wars of the past to present-day work and worship.
Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Richard Robinson
Last in a series of programmes on the history of the firearm.
Things to Come. A look at pricey sporting guns and their cheaper but unaesthetic military counterparts and how both types are being developed. Introduced by Christopher Roads. Narrated by Duncan Carse. (R)
Animation narrated by Paul Nicholas. (R)
Saeed Jaffrey reads The Present by Peter Bonnici.
With Floella Benjamin. (R)
How the wasteland legacy of Britain's industrial heritage in the north-west could offer hope in the battle to preserve Britain's flora and fauna. John Craven and Rupert Segar report. (R) revised
Former Spitfire pilot
Raymond Baxter tells the story of the team which raced to produce fighters to outmanoeuvre Hitler's
Messerschmitts. Veteran pilots including the late Sir Douglas Bader recall their battles in the air. Producer John Frost (R)
Up-to-the-minute Parliamentary highlights including
Prime Minister's questions.
Regional News and Weather
Word game hosted by Paul Coia.
Beverly Anderson chairs a lively debate on current social questions.
Miami Blues and Hidden Agenda
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Between Two Stools
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Starring Patrick Stewart
The Big Goodbye. Picard (Patrick Stewart ) is accused of murder in 20th century San Francisco. 0 DRAMA: page 11
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The video vote, a DJ mix and the dance chart, presented by Normski.
Autobiography of the USA A personal anagrammatic view. A Maverick/Perigee production for BBCtv
Tourism. Airline boss and entrepreneur Richard Branson is among those offering advice on working in the tourist industry. Presented by Raj Dhanda and Lindsay MacRae. Director David Stranks
Series producer Jo Wright
A Diverse production for BBCtv
Guests include John Lydon ,
Whitney Houston and the Time.
Presented by Antoine de Caunes.
Executive producers Alex Berger. Tim Newman An N B de C production for BBCtv
White Man's Grave, Black Man 's Grave Dr Livingstone's dream of Africa - 'the white man's grave' - as a land of Christianity and commerce died one night in 1915 on estates planted by the doctor's own heirs. This film tells the extraordinary story of a planter called William Livingstone , a preacher called John Chilembwe and the tragic events that brought them together. Producer John Triffitt
Series editor Roy Davies
Bottoms Up. Hawkeye (Alan Aida ) pulls a prank that backfires. (R)
An original thriller in six parts by Paula Milne. Starring Miranda Richardson
5: The Gathering Storm. Gunther Beck is in London and Stefan and Sidonie act on new evidence connecting him to Karin Muller. With the economic conference imminent, Lomax goes to see a man about a plant, and begins to figure out the game plan.
Producer Michael Wearing Director Rob Walker
Personal view of a current debate.
By the Liberal Democrats.
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media show reflects on the cultural highlights of 1990.