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.
An adaptation in five parts of the novel by Nigel Hinton. Starring Roger Daltry
5: Everyday It's a-Getting Closer. Buddy's plan to re-unite his parents and to stop his Dad's thieving goes disastrously wrong. (R)
Boxes. The adventure playground team brings an entirely new dimension to its work.
Director Andrea Christodoulou Series producer Julia Drum
A science series for 5- to 6-year-olds, with Patsy Byrne. The Fancy Dress Party. Nan and the children explore the properties and characteristics of materials to make some unusual fancy dress costumes. Producers Judy Brooks and Penny Lloyd (R)
A series for 4- to 5-year-olds. Eavesdropping (R)
Inside Moves. Liquidisers, piston engines, swimming pool and sieve - the analogies that explain how our bodies work together with the machines that see inside us without opening us up. Producer Neil Ryder
Caledonians and Romans.
Treaty. The final episode of Don and Briga's brush with Roman culture.
For and Against. Zoos
Are Britain's zoos playing a vital role in the conservation of endangered species? Or are animals being kept in captivity purely for entertainment? Teenagers debate the various arguments. Producer Sonia Palmer
Language in the National Curriculum. Writing
Current Affairs. Electricity (R)
You and Your Health.
Safer Sex. A look at sexually transmitted infections, including the Aids virus. (R)
Why is all the time in the world never enough? Where can you crash a brand new car and get paid for it? Practical help with everyday maths presented by Carol Vorderman. With Johnny Ball. (R)
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An adventure for the under-5s. The Pieman and Piewife have a hard job describing lavender to the ever inquisitive Piepilot! Is it a flower, a bud or a song? With Chloe Ashcroft , David Hargreaves and Ben Thomas. (R)
followed by You and Me
The last day of the second-round matches and an opportunity to make it into the quarter-finals of the Benson and Hedges Masters.
Tony Gubba introduces highlights of the match between Mike Hallett and either Alain Robidoux or Alan McManus , from London's
Wembley Conference Centre, over the best of nine frames.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Up-to-the-minute coverage of today's parliamentary highlights including Question Time and the Select
Committees in action.
Regional News and Weather
Further coverage from the Wembley Conference Centre.
Small Problem with the Mirror
Hubble trouble: the inside story of the biggest little error in the Galaxy and its impact on its principal 'victims' - all the astronomers who have worked on the Hubble Space
Telescope and waited 13 years for dramatic new insights into the origins, evolution, age and ultimate fate of the universe.
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The adventures of the new USS Enterprise and its crew. Starring Patrick Stewart
While Wesley (Wil Wheaton) endures the gruelling Starfleet Academy entrance exam, Picard faces an investigation into his competency as a commander and a stern test of his loyalty.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Aminatta Forna presents the latest reports from the Reportage team, with the sharpest angles on issues and views here and around the world. Plus sport, media and music news.
Producer Charlotte Metcalf
Series editor Sebastian Scott
Australia v England
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the final day's play in Perth.
Deafness: the Life of David Wright
David Wright is a remarkable poet who has been deaf since the age of 7. This poignant film explores his struggle to find a voice in a world bereft of virtually all sound. With contributions from
Jack Ashley , MP, percussionist Evelyn Glennie , Jonathan Miller and the blind poet, John Heath-Stubbs . Producer James Runcie
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Another slice of the classic fast-talking frontline comedy with 'Hawkeye' and fellow manic medics of the 4077th
Unit in Korea.
A four-part serial, written by David Lodge from his own bestselling novel. and winner of the 1989 Royal Television Society Best Serial Award. Starring
1: January 1986 and Rummidge. that sprawling Midlands city raked by motorways. reluctantly confronts another working week. It is the first meeting, through the 'Shadow Scheme' of Vic Wilcox , dynamic. self-made MD appointed to 'turn round' a struggling engineering firm, with Dr Robyn Penrose , university lecturer in English Literature and expert on the Victorian industrial novel.
Producer Chris Parr
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Personal perspectives on a current debate.
Peter Snow with the background to the day's top stories.
Features, films and discussion on the arts and the media from the nightly magazine programme.