A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
Some programmes may be unsuitable for the very young.
Carol Vorderman investigates risk and probability. (R)
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Teachers into Business and Industry
2: Management Outcomes
What insight can senior school staff gain from observing industrial management at work? (R)
Healthy Food Choices m
4: This is Radio Newcastle. (R)
Caledonians and Romans
Two Worlds. Don and Briga find life at the Roman fort not so bad as they imagined. (R)
Beginning. Going Home
Different ways to end a piece of music. (R)
Up in the Air. Wings (Part 2) Ellis Ward and Simon Davies explore some weird and wonderful attempts to fly. Producer Susie Nott-Bower (R)
14: It's time to wrap up the presents on the spaceship Investigator. (R)
A multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.
Wir Treiben Sport. Sonja Zimmer takes part in a Tae-Kwan-Do class.
Producer Susan Paton (R)
Care and Conservation
Pond Life. Michael Scott discovers which creatures live in ponds. (R)
Nature Trail. The sports which use natural forces for propulsion. (R)
Grandad's Gone Daft by Wally K Daly. Grandad's 'bad turns' put a strain on the family. (R)
Classic Texts: GCSE
Mr Dickens Presents. With
Paul Beech as Dickens. (R)
The adventures of a boy called Harry and his friend the Thundercloud. (R)
For and Against. Talking Posh Pupils from Manchester debate the values of using standard English.
Producer Sonia Palmer (R)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Dear Daddy. Sophie's Dad is a sailor. He sends Sophie pictures and she writes him letters. (R)
Weekend Outlook helps you plan your weekend.
The Women's Slalom from Saalbach, Austria.
Switzerland's Vreni Schneider , the reigning Olympic and World Cup Slalom champion, aims to add the World
Championship to her gold medal portfolio.
Cricket: Fifth Test
Highlights of the opening day's play in Perth.
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A look ahead to the second
Saturday of the Five Nations Championship: Wales visit
Scotland; Ireland open their campaign against France.
The best from the week's Fourth Round FA Cup ties.
Introduced by Helen Rollason. Producer Sharon Lence Editor Philip Bernie
3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Quiz presented by Paul Coia.
Round 5 of the Mobil 1 rally from the Isle of Man.
The final round of the competition in the picturesque setting of Tholt-Y-Will, with the title being decided in the Ford Sierra Cosworth.
Commentary by Steve Rider.
Your last chance to win the prize of a lifetime - a villa on the sunny Algarve coast. Presented by Anne Gregg and Eamonn Holmes.
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Presented by Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. (Shown on Tuesday at 8.30pm;
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Tarzan faces his most deadly and most beautiful foe - Lyra, the Ivory Queen, leader of a band of thieving hunters. and Cheta the Chimp Director Kurt Neuman
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Australia v England from Perth. Eighty-seven is the Australians' unlucky number. Eighty-seven days after their arrival, England play their last match of the Australian tour, looking for luck at the finish, and a final flourish of David Gower 's bat - in his four previous tests in Perth, Gower has amassed 438 runs.
Richie Benaud with highlights of the first day's play. 0 PICTURE STORY: page 75
Private Eye's editor Ian Hislop looks at this week's events as reported in the national press. A Granada production for BBCtv
Each week Public Eye examines issues and stories at the heart of life in Britain. Its brief ranges from health and environment themes to media, arts and sport; from matters of life and death to leisure and culture. Drawing on the expertise of the reporters and correspondents in the BBC's Social Affairs Unit, each edition sets out to analyse the facts and sift the evidence in a significant area of national concern. Presented by Peter Taylor.
Editor Nigel Chapman
We often lavish a great deal of time, effort and money on our back gardens, only to ignore the plot at the front of the house. David Stevens looks at ways to plan and improve this area. There is a glimpse into the future and the fascinating possibility of your own laser light show in the garden. Also a final visit to see how Julie Toll 's transformation of the Jones's plot has turned out. Director/Producer Nick Patten * GARDENING: page 16 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A new comedy series by Kim Fuller and Vicky Pile. Starring Mark Arden
1: You Expect Us to Believe That? A Colombian haddock is found stuffed with cocaine. To the untrained eye, it's just another ecological mishap; but to
Lazarus and Dingwall, whose eyes can sit up and beg, roll over and play dead, it's something else.
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Anselm Kiefer : Operation Sealion
Kiefer is Germany's most controversial and reclusive artist. He is also its most successful. The millions his work commands in the auction houses and his popularity with collectors belies the sombreness of the subject matter - Germany's past.
Through Wagnerian legend, historical conjecture and ancient mythology, Kiefer offers a personal view of Germany today that is both an exorcism and a warning.
Never before filmed, Kiefer has collaborated with Arena in an unusual portrait in which he sets out to 'disinter some corpses from Germany's past'. Director Christopher Swayne Senes editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
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Francine Stock presents the day's top stories.
When tough hoodlum,
Joe Sullivan , breaks out of jail his lover, Pat, risks her life and freedom helping him. But on the run, Joe falls in love with the beautiful social worker he's kidnapped for protection.
Director Anthony Mann
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