A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Some programmes may be unsuitable for the very young.
Meeting Individual Needs in the Classroom. Primary. (R)
A two-year GCSE course in German. Wir Treiben Sport
Care and Conservation
Pond life. (R)
4: This is Radio Newcastle. (R)
Secrets. Should Jo tell a secret? (R)
Up in the Air
Wings (Part 2).
A science drama series for 7-to 9-year-olds.
A Bridge Too Short (R)
Beginning. Going Home. (R)
Finding ways of controlling things is a major part of engineering. (R)
A French magazine series for beginners. A table (R)
Writing for Yourself
Presented by Chris Serle. (R)
2: The Boaties. The colourful story of the canal people. (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
What About Me (R)
Illuminations: Joseph Wright of Derby. Jonathan Miller , in the Derby Museum and Art Gallery, looks at the work of English 18th-century painter Joseph Wright.
Producer Julian Jebb (R)
The programme for the deaf.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions and other highlights.
Presented by Vivian White.
Commentary by Brian Curtois. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
Regional News and Weather
Quiz presented by Paul Coia.
Round 2 of the Mobil 1 rally from Gale Rigg.
Six world class drivers tackle the forest stage in Yorkshire in the Lancia Delta Integrale, the car that has dominated world rallying in the last five years. Commentary by Steve Rider.
When homosexuals decide to
'come out' they risk alienation from family and friends. What is at the root of heterosexual prejudice and what can lesbians and gay men do to confront it?
Editor Frank Ash
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David Stevens looks at a wildlife garden.
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Women's Super Giant Slalom from Hinterglemm, Austria. The reigning World Cup champion in 'Super-G' is
27-year-old Carole Merle from France. Commentary by Julian Tutt.
The Men and Their Movies
A candid portrait of Robert Redford and Sydney Pollack , actor and director whose seven films together include The Way We Were and the recently released Havana.
(Sydney Pollack 's They Shoot Horses
Don't They? will be shown next Sunday)
Australia v England
Richie Benaud with highlights.
Get Up, Stand Up. Liverpool's African social clubs were once the focal point for cultural expression through music. While today's confident generation dominates the pop music business, black athletes are in the spotlight, but not the boardroom.
Directors Faith Isiakpere, Mike Duxbury
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Is there a new and much more dangerous strain of salmonella? What is the latest evidence on vegetables and health? Plus a top chef plans a meal for a ladies' rugby XV, recipes for vegetable gratins and Oz Clarke tests five wines. 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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The mystery continues.
Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
A restaurant critic travelling incognito and an inscrutable Japanese gentleman are the latest arrivals in Twin Peaks.
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A year in the life of a city primary school.
Parent Power. It's now the middle of the school year, and the pressures on head teacher Geoff Sanders are beginning to show. Every child in Culloden has a weekly violin lesson, funded by a special scheme. But will there be enough money to pay the part-time music teachers next week? And there's worse to follow. A furious row develops when an angry father arrives in Geoff's office, accusing a teacher of insulting his boy.
The teacher involved has only just started at the school - and he's black.
Producer Andrew Bethell
Photographed and directed by Diane Tammes
A Double Exposure production for BBCtv
Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century architecture. Artist Michael Craig-Martin
marvels at Lloyds of London. Director Ruth Rosenthal
Producer Terry Flaxton
With Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media programme.