A roundup of yesterday's business in Westminster.
A review of the third day.
The second of this week's films in tribute to screenwriter
Starring Terry-Thomas Hattie Jacques
The residents of a guest house decide to avert a delicate problem by stealing furs.
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Dame Beatrice Appleby:
Hon Freddy Warrington:
At least one in every five children in Britain suffer from bullying. 40 Minutes reveals what's really going on in the playground.
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Live action from the championships.
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Followed by Westminster Live
With Vivian White and Brian Curtois.
Further live coverage of this afternoon's play.
First of six programmes.
Tuscany and Lazio. Valentina Harris goes in search of dishes that bring back memories of her childhood in Tuscany and Rome. A little-known backwater of Rome yields an extraordinary style of cooking. The Lazio region provides the food - potato gnocchi with a luscious tomato sauce and chicken with rosemary and garlic - and the Delle Frate family provides the company for one of those idyllic outdoor Italian meals, bathed in soft evening light.
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Investigations into the sporting stories behind and beyond the tabloid headlines. Tonight: as Wimbledon gets underway, the programme looks at the psyche of the British players. Do they lack the will to win? Under analysis is 27-year-old Andrew Castle , former British No 1, who has been working with a hypnotist to help control his concentration.
Executive producer Susan Woodward Editor David Taylor
News, facts and information on this summer's holiday scene. This week a foreign resort report from Viareggio on Italy's Tuscany coast and a UK Mini-Guide to Morecambe
Bay, Arnside and Grange-over-Sands. Plus calls from the Moan Line: [number removed].
Presented by Penny Junor, with Matthew Collins ,
Mairi MacIver and Dr John Thornes. See panel below. Director Paul Colbert
Executive producer Alan Dobson
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NEW A series exploring traditions and cultures in far-flung parts of the world. Eunuchs - India's Third
Gender. Kiran was castrated four months ago. His best friend Harish yearns to be a woman but has a wife and two children. Shardabai is the Empress of the Eunuchs. She preserves the courtly traditions of the eunuchs who once guarded the Maharaja's hareems. But today most eunuchs end up in the brothels of Bombay. Eunuchs are both man and woman in one body and granted the power to bless and curse. They have all survived the trauma of gender identity. This film shows how the 'third gender' still has an accepted place in India today. Director Michael Yorke
Series editor Chris Curling
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Short films by new directors. A Son of the Desert
Film fanatic Bill Cubin keeps alive the memory of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. Director Gabriella Romano Series producer Colin Rose
With Francine Stock.
From dog-racing stockbrokers and pagan celebrations to breakfast karaoke bars, comedian Gordon Kennedy takes an inside look at the city of Edinburgh.
Director/Producer Caroline Roberts
A preview of OU programmes.
Health and Disease: Growing Old