An update on the latest parliamentary issues.
9.00 Quinze Minutes - En Vacances
9.15 Lernexpress - Auf dem Land
9.30 Diez Temas - Un Cumpleanos
9.45 You and Me - Jeni's Gone
10.00 Over the Moon - Making Music
10.15 Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye - Danger on High
10.35 Q and A
Viewers' reaction to schools programmes.
10.40 Techno - Systems 2
11.00 Watch: Food - Going Bad
11.15 English Express: Who-Me? - Lies and Accusations
11.35 Science Challenge - Sounds and Sweet Airs (Stereo)
11.55 Into Music: Performance - Preparation (Stereo)
12.15 Stop and Think - Pain
12.35 The Global Environment - The Troubled Sea
12.55 A Way with Numbers - Money Go Round
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 Outlook - My Wales
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me
A teenage girl is lost on the moors, and she will die unless she is found quickly. Sergeant Spencer of the Lancashire police reconstructs what happened when he and his police dog set out to search for the girl on a snowy day in November 1973.
Followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Hosted by Paul Coia.
Knockout competition with RoryMcGrath.
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Topical talk with Robert Robinson and Loyd Grossman.
Peter Thoday looks at how the Victorians improved the pansy and the sweetpea, and he reproduces a design for a Victorian carpet bed. STEREO
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John Payne as a guide who is ostracised when his wagon train of settlers is brutally massacred by Indians.
Director William Witney • FILMS: pages 55-62
Margaret Thatcher resigned a year ago this week. This Late Show special examines many women's ambiguous feelings toward the former premier and the disappearance of a spectacle many of them relished: that of a woman exercising power over men.
With Germaine Greer , Marina Warner, Isabel Hilton , Beatrix Campbell and Melanie Phillips. Director Janice Hadlow
Bangladesh has been given more aid than almost any other country in the world. Yet
Bangladeshis are hungrier than ever. Mark Tully investigates how the country became hooked on aid and challenges accepted ideas about "doing good". Producer Caroline Pare Editor John Morrison
Pesticides create more fear than any other aspect of food safety. Why, then, is so little information available on them? Also a recipe for cheese fondue and Chris Kelly reports from
Hong Kong. With Paul Heiney , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
Details on Ceefax page 616 ● STEREO
0 RECIPES: available in BBC Good Food Magazine, £1.10, from newsagents. 9 FOOD: page 23
Sci-fi adventure starring Scott Bakula
Blind Faith. On 6 February
1964 the Beatles are about to take America by storm, but Sam finds himself on the classical side of the music business as a brilliant, blind concert pianist who must save a young woman from both her possessive mother and a killer stalking Central Park. STEREO
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The last in a series of six very personal views of the English. An Englishman Abroad. The English reveal themselves most when they go abroad.
Writer David Stafford dons his white linen suit and sun hat to discover some of the fictions the English have woven around this mythical place called "abroad". Following in the footsteps of Gerald Durrell and Edward Lear , he heads to
Corfu, the only Greek island where they sell ginger beer and play cricket. He meets the British Consul who was spiritually reborn there, Lady Holmes with her English garden, and the tourists looking for some really serious ruins. Producer Mick Conefrey
Series producer Sam Organ ● DOCUMENTARY: page 9
The day's top stories. With Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media magazine. ● STEREO