A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Some programmes may be unsuitable for the very young.
Meeting Individual Needs in the Classroom
A multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.
München Stellt Sich Vor
Care and Conservation
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Not Fair. Dibs and Cosmo suffer for Bharti's mistakes. (R)
3: Pigeon Post (R)
Up in the Air. Wings (Part 1).
A science drama series for
7- to 9-year-olds.
A Bridge Too Short by Richard Sheridan. Laura (
Angela Bruce ) challenges the children to get water across a chasm. Director Nick Prosser
Producer David Scott Cowan
A French magazine series for beginners. A I 'ecole (R)
Tips on how to make your letters more effective. (R)
The Past Alive
Severn Valley Railway
Recalling the days of steam. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Not Fair (R)
The Climax of Venetian
Painting. Malcolm Cormack , Keeper of Paintings at the Fitzwilliam Museum,
Cambridge, in 1970 discusses the gallery's striking pictures painted in 16th-century
Venice by Palma Vecchio , Paolo Veronese and Titian. Director Michael Dibb (R)
The magazine programme for the deaf community.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions. Presented by Vivian White.
Commentary by Brian Curtois. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
Regional News and Weather
Quiz presented by Paul Coia.
The programme for consumers of welfare and public services.
A Problem Shared. All of us can feel worried or depressed. For most people these feelings pass quickly. But what happens if they don't and you have no one to talk to, or nowhere to turn?
Editor Frank Ash
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David Stevens looks at how mystery and surprise were designed into a large plot.
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The Men's Slalom from
Hinterglemm, Austria. The start of two weeks of high-speed competition in the biennial Alpine championships of the world with five prestigious titles at stake for both men and women. Plus a look ahead to ski racing's weekend of the year - the battle for honours in the Blue
Riband downhill races.
Commentary by David Vine. Producer Mark Wilkin
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A new search is under way to find the Young Musician of the Year 1992. To launch the competition, two of last year's finalists, Leon McCawley
(piano) and Jonathan Rimmer (flute) look back over the months since their success in 1990. The programme also includes excerpts from a concert given by them during the Manchester Olympic Festival.
Directors Kriss Rusmanis and Henrietta Cowling
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A personal history of African and Caribbean presence, told by those who lived through the experiences and events that shaped black Britain.
Strength and Unity. Black families who settled in Britain no longer had the support of the extended family, and had to battle to get a good education for their children in a school system that often seemed biased. The black children were forced to make choices about how they defined their identity. Producer Anna Umbima
The right saucepans to use on ceramic hobs; plus Antonio Carluccio , completing his gastronomic tour of Spain, works in a tapas bar and tastes cheese writhing with maggots. Also how to cook paella.
Presented by Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash Producer Peter Bazalgette
A Bazal production for BBCtv
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David Lynch 's soap noir continues. Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
Donna meets someone with strange insights, and Cooper has trouble with a vengeful brother. Meanwhile, Lucy gets mad, and Leland pays the price of getting even. page 39)
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A year in the life of a city primary school.
Culloden has 23 boys and girls with hearing difficulties, bussed in from neighbouring boroughs and integrated into the school. The Inner London Education Authority pays for the extra teachers and special equipment. But as Ilea is disbanded, what will happen to the funding for phonic ears?
A Double Exposure production for BBCtv
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Personal reflections on 20th-century British architecture. Writer Marina
Warner is inspired by Didcot Power Station in Oxfordshire.
Director Paul Bryers
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
With Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media programme.
Robert Robinson ,
Loyd Grossman and guests discuss the minutiae of modern life.