An update on the latest parliamentary issues.
9.00 Quinze Minutes: Jours de fete
French magazine series for beginners.
9.15 Lernexpress: Wie komme ich...?
Multi-media course in German.
9.30 Diez Temas: Las vacaciones
Spanish course for beginners.
9.45 You and Me - Lost in a Department Store
10.00 Over the Moon - Being Tidy
10.15 Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye - The Great Battle
10.35 Q and A (Stereo)
10.40 Techno: Energy
Magazine series on design and technology.
11.00 Watch: Food - Hot and Cold
11.15 English Express: Who, Me? - Independence
11.35 Science Challenge - The Isle Is Full of Noises (Stereo)
11.55 Into Music: The Caribbean - Celebration (Stereo)
12.15 Stop and Think - Justice
12.35 The Global Environment - Down in the Dumps!
12.55 A Way with Numbers
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 Hawk's Eye: On Rubbish - A World of Plastics
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me
A look at masters of their craft and the items they make.
Narrated by Frank Duncan.
Magazine for the deaf community.
Followed by Westminster Live
Today's proceedings in Parliament, including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Hosted by Paul Coia.
Knockout competition with Rory McGrath.
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Topical talk with Robert Robinson and Loyd Grossman.
Harry Dodson makes everything ready to receive his new arrivals and Peter Thoday tracks down an auricula theatre at Calke Abbey.
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Louise Henderson is the glamorous editor of a top fashion magazine. Only the mysterious Simon Grant suspects that she has ulterior motives for her latest fashion shoot in Morocco.
Director Gerry OHara • FILMS: pages 49-56
Ishu Patel 's film about a crow that attempts to transform itself into a bird of paradise.
The nomination of Judge Clarence Thomas to the American Supreme Court caused controversy because of the allegations of sexual harrassment made against him. but tonight's Assignment examines the reasons why
Thomas was chosen in the first place - the fact that he is both black and conservative. George Alagiah reports from Chicago on the emergence of a powerful black conservative movement.
It believes that blacks should stand on their own feet and that measures such as affirmative action - reserving jobs for minorities - are counter-productive. Is this the end of the Civil Rights Movement? Producer Mike Flood Page Editor John Morrison
With the breeding of leaner animals for health reasons, are we losing the flavour of real meat? Plus a recipe for lamb curry, a look at ready-made curry pastes, and a report from the BBC Good Food Show in Birmingham.
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv Details on Ceefax page 616
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Sci-fi time-warp comedy starring Scott Bakula Dean Stockwell
What Price Gloria? 16 October
1961: Sam leaps into bubble-bath and is delighted when someone calls his name.
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A series of six very personal views of the English.
5: A Touch of the Tar Brush
Black film-maker John Akomfrah believes that, for too long, being English has meant being white. He shows
Englishness from the point of view of mixed race English people. Following in the footsteps of J B Priestley, author of English Journey, he visits Liverpool, one of the oldest multicultural communities in England. Senes producer Sam Organ