A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
Primary technology. (R)
A French magazine for beginners. (R)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Clive in Charge. Dibs and Clive have problems finding out what a French customer wants. (R)
British Railway Technician and Air Traffic Controller.
A look at the work involved in these two jobs. (R)
Flare Up. Two children give their version of the events leading up to a playground incident. (R)
Egypt: the Pharaohs. A look at how the kings who ruled
Egypt for 2,500 years lived - their temples, tombs and treasures. (R)
Designing and making models that can cross water. (R)
An Area of Concern. How much leaf surface is there to catch the sun?
Facts into Pictures. How can a picture best show data? Series producers Kevin Newport and David Roseveare (R)
The second of five programmes for GCSE Art and Design.
Appearances. A look at the work of two painters, a photographer and a fashion designer. (R)
Siberian Riches. The effect of factory pollution on the people and the ecology of the region. (R)
Language in the National Curriculum.
Language Repertoire (R)
Mars. A musical journey through a fantasy universe. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Clive in Charge (R)
In Merthyr Tydfil, the experts find a good crop of the rare and the valuable. Introduced by Hugh Scully.
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Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions and other Parliamentary highlights of the day.
Presented by Vivian White.
Commentary by Brian Curtois.
The popular word game of hosted by Paul Coia.
A new series of Britain's premier film review programme on television, with the latest movie news plus a report on the current state of the British film industry.
The live education programme. The Rt Hon
Kenneth Clarke , MP, who has been Secretary of State for
Education for just two months, talks to presenter Mike Baker. Also how principal
Gerry Gioffi has turned around his tough Brooklyn school in two years, and why the IQ score is so high in the Borders town of Peebles. With Jackie Spreckley. Studio director Kristin Mason Producer Clare Brigstocke
Charlie Hawkins , proprietor of 'Speedee Taxis' faces glamorous competition when his neglected wife Peggy starts up a rival firm - the all-female 'Glamcabs'.
Director Gerald Thomas
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Small man J:
Road to Nowhere. Cities in the south are considering radical measures to tackle a newly-perceived threat to the future - the car. Outspoken
German transport consultant, Carmen Hass-Klau contrasts
British and European experience, urging a new attitude to public transport and to the way we view our cities.
Producer Bill Foster
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By Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in eight episodes by Arthur Hopcraft. Starring
Diana Rigg , Denholm Elliott 3: Lady Dedlock's interest in the dead law-writer has waned. She has instructed
Tulkinghom to cease enquiries - but he is curious.
Esther has received a proposal of marriage from Guppy, and has firmly rejected it. After attending a court hearing Miss Flite collapses.
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Sir Leicester Dedlock:
The cult radio comedy now on television written and performed by David Baddiel , Steve Punt Rob Newman , Hugh Dennis Incisive political satire, searing social comment and some purile jokes about pants. Plus racing from Chepstow. Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer
Children of the Fire
Five young Russian survivors of the Soviet Union's worst rail disaster arrive in Manchester for medical treatment. Badly burned in the explosion in 1989, they hope plastic surgeon
Stewart Watson can help. Bewildered, without a word of English, they face major surgery and the unfamiliar west.
Immediately they're the centre of attraction, with a press conference on their first day in hospital and an invitation to Downing Street before they leave. Producer Deborah Perkin Editor Caroline Pick
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The extraordinary history of everyday objects.
The Fish Finger. Hailed as the greatest food revolution since the discovery of fire, the fish finger marked the end of a centuries-old quest to perfect food freezing. Weatherman Michael Fish , scientist Magnus Pike and entrepreneur
Clarence Birdseye chart this story of the aquatic oblong. Today we spend E100 million a year on fish fingers, but this British dinner table institution was a marketing accident. Producer Philippa Lowthorpe
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Peter Snow with the day's top stories and the background to events making the news at home and abroad.
More news, features and opinions from the world of the arts and the media.
Highlights of the third final in the World Series Cup from Melbourne, introduced by Richie Benaud.
Jeffrey Archer and Paul Boateng agree to differ on two controversial political issues.