A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons by the BBC's parliamentary team.
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
Assessment at Key Stage 1 (Part 1) (R)
Boxes. The adventure playground team brings a new dimension to its work. (R)
A French magazine series for beginners. Temps Libre. (R)
A miscellany series for young children. Bring in the New
Annette Badland isn't happy when Baxter decides to make some changes. (R)
Entrepreneur and Printing (R)
A Child's Guide to Adults Children usually have to do what adults tell them, but how can they learn to get the best out of their relationships with adults? (R)
Egypt: Life around Luxor Today (R)
How the present Euro-tunnellers have learned from the Brunels. (R)
Would You Believe It? Can a number sequence be found in music? Followed by Compact Costing. It can cost a lot to make discs. A look at how one band - EMF - produced the track / Believe. Narrated by Eamonn Holmes. Featuring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
Senes producers David Roseveare and Kevin Newport (R)
Reflections. Four artists show how they bring their imagination to bear on the world about them. (R)
Villages in the Clouds
Georgian villagers talk about the rewards and hardships of life in the mountains. (R)
Language in the National Curriculum. Writing Emergent writing in nurseries, collaborative writing in primary and secondary classrooms, and a look at infants' knowledge of the printed texts around them. Producer Paul Ashton (R)
Animation. Trader Jones wants to prepare a feast for all his friends. The problem is, the only ingredients available are coconuts and bananas. With the voices of Michael Williams , John Wells and Barbara Leigh-Hunt . (R)
Uranus. When his tune is played Morgan, the magician from Uranus, arrives on board the spaceship and performs some magic tricks.
Director/Producer Elizabeth Bennett (R)
Weather followed by You and Me
Bring in the New (R)
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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.
Regional News and Weather
Further coverage from the Wembley Conference Centre.
This month is the second anniversary of the death of Beverley Lewis , the deaf-blind woman from Gloucester.
BBC2's programme about disability examines the issues surrounding her life and the lessons that have been learned from this case. With subtitles and sign-language interpretation. Producer Christopher Hutchins
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Last in the series of the live education magazine.
The UK produces less than half as many engineering craftsmen as France, and less than a third as many as Germany.
Jackie Spreckley investigates the good, the bad and the indifferent in British employment training. And Chantal Cuer , who was brought up in France, talks about her education.
Studio director Kristin Mason
Editor Bernard Adams
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A hilarious carry-on is guaranteed when Sir Rodney Ffing and Lord Darcy decide to lend a hand to the noble heads of France during the revolution of 1789. Director Gerald Thomas 0 FILMS: pages 29-36 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Sir Rodney Ffing:
Duke de Pommfrit:
The legitimate art market may be in the doldrums but the criminal sector is thriving, and no longer is it only paintings and antiques that are at risk. Fireplaces disappear from listed buildings, stained glass and carvings from churches, and statues from parks. First Sight reports on the criminals' methods and the police's battle against undermanning and anachronistic laws.
Producer Michael Delahaye
Executive producer Peter Lowe
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By Charles Dickens.
Dramatised in eight episodes by Arthur Hopcraft.
Starring Diana Rigg Denholm Elliott
6: Krook has perished as a result of spontaneous combustion, and his property is inherited by the moneylender. After caring for Jo, the crossing sweeper,
Esther becomes ill and it is soon apparent that she has smallpox.
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Laurence Boy thorn:
Iron master Rouncewell:
Sir Leicester Dedlock:
The comedy series written and performed by Steve Punt, David Baddiel, Hugh Dennis, Rob Newman
This seminal 70s film caused controversy on release, but went on to win the Oscar for Nastiest Trousers. Watch out for the young Bob Wellings.
A simple story without words. It begins in Morse code tapped out on a radiator. 'I am Jurek Orlowski , doing time for burglary.' Sounds, pictures and music take over in this new 35mm film by award-winning Polish film-maker Bogdan Dziworski.
Jurek is set free and takes up his old life again. He has no arms. Yet he draws, runs and swims. It is as though he experiences everything for the first time. He falls in love with the circus juggler. He keeps drawing. Then one day the drawing goes wrong. Editor Caroline Pick
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The extraordinary history of everyday objects.
The Light Bulb. Although this century's most popular artificial light source had its early detractors, the design was so successful that it has remained almost unchanged for 100 years. It took at least 15 men to invent the light bulb, and sports commentator Peter O'Sullevan describes the early stages of the race to perfect the symbol of the bright idea.
Producer Peter Simpson
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Jeremy Paxman with the day's top stories.
Weekend Outlook helps you plan your weekend - a preview of programmes from the Open University on Saturday and Sunday.
Producer Penny Vine