A roundup of yesterday's parliamentary business from the Lords and the Commons by the BBC's parliamentary team.
9.00 The Historyman: West Stow
9.30 Help Your Child With Maths Out and About
Maths lies waiting wherever the family goes.
9.45 Help Your Child With Reading
It's never too soon to introduce children to books.
10.00 You and Me: Don't Laugh
10.15 Job Bank: Something in the City
From merchant banks to insurance broking.
10.35 English Time Talking Posh
Manchester pupils debate the values of 'talking posh'.
10.55 Search Out Science: Dinosaur Competition
11.00 Landmarks Buildings and Builders
How concrete is made and what it is used for.
11.20 A Question of Science: Part 1
11.40 Landmarks Special Reports: Espoo
Local children investigate environmental issues in a small Finnish town.
12.05 A-level Statistics Simulation
What factors cause a queue to develop?
A look at some of the digital technology available.
12.50 Teaching Today: Secondary Mathematics
1.20 PC Pinkerton
Everyone is going to the school fete except PC Pinkerton.
1.25 Penny Crayon
Penny conjures up ghosts with her magic crayons.
1.40 Music Time: The Gamelan
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me: Don't Laugh
A look at Britain from the air. The Island Fortress
The narrow strip of water separating us from Europe also protected the island 'against infection and the hand of war'. Narrated by Robert Lang.
Followed by Westminster Live Prime Minister's questions and other parliamentary highlights.
England v West Indies Live coverage from the First Test at Headingley.
Weetabix Young Gymnast of the Year Finals from the NEC, Birmingham. All the English regions, plus Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have sent their best boy and girl gymnast to compete for the title Young Gymnast of the Year. From among these names will almost certainly come Britain's future national champions and internationals. Commentary by Barry Davies and Mitch Fenner.
A TSL production for BBCtv
NEW Mr Morita Mission
NEW Akio Morita , inventor of the Walkman personal stereo and head of the Japanese electronics giant Sony, talks to David Lomax about his worldwide business strategy. Why does Japan succeed while others fail? See panel below.
Producer/Series editor Brian Davies
Last in the series from Down
Under, from shy and retiring gastronaut Keith Floyd.
At the end of his culinary tour of Australia Floyd is on a deserted beach in Queensland. To prove you don't need a cooker to produce delicious meals, he wraps fish, chicken and pork in baskets of banana leaves and stews the lot in a hole dug in the sand. Director David Pritchard
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Sue Mott presents a special report on sport in South
Africa. Sponsors are moving their money away from white-based rugby to black-dominated soccer and the country has just six months to scrap apartheid if it is to re-enter the world sporting arena. With
Chris Moore and Mandia Themba.
Executive producer Susan Woodward Editor David Taylor
The classic 70s comedy starring Frankie Howerd
Episode written by Talbot Rothwell Producer David Croft
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The fourth of six programmes about what happens to more than one in three marriages. Doing it Decently. With divorce now so common, is it possible for people to have fairly civilised separations instead of the usual legal confrontations? Tonight four couples find unusual but positive ways to end their marriages. They're trying to separate with care for themselves, and their children, and without revenge. Producer Ed Goldwyn
Series producer Jeremy Gibson A Goldwyn production for BBCtv
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The Kirkaig. After three weeks, Joe Brown hasn't caught much. The salmon-filled Falls are his best chance.
Producer Michael Begg
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A preview of OU programmes.
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