An update on the latest parliamentary debates.
9:00 Quinze Minutes
9:15 Teaching Today: Zig Zag - the Saga of Class 2's Project
9:45 Watch: Food - Going Bad
10:00 Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye - Danger on High!
10:20 Around Scotland: Health Education - Just a Habit
10:40 Into Music: Performance - Preparation (Stereo)
11:00 Let's See: Risks and Hazards - Going to Hospital
11:15 English Express: Who-Me? - Lies and Accusations
11:35 TV6: Horizon - Emerging Viruses
12:00 English File: Analysing Language - Professional Boxers
12:30 Scene: Heroes and Hero Worship
1:00 Standard Grade English: Two Languages
1:20 The Brollys
1:35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1:40 English Time: Writing
2:00 News and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures: On the Way Home
Introduced by Helen Rollason. Golf
The Canon Shoot Out from
Wentworth. Ten top players, including Woosnam, Faldo,
Ballesteros and Olazabal, play nine holes of sudden death golf. One man drops out at each hole, with the survivor claiming the bulk of the E25,000 prize fund, which is shared between the competitors' nominated charities. Commentary by Peter Alliss and Steve Rider.
A full roundup of the first round action in the FA Cup. Producer Mark Wilkin Editor Philip Bernie Including at
3.00pm News; Weather
Documentary about how two people with mental health problems were both consigned to prison.
Shayama Perera talks to people in the news.
Terror in New York. An attempt to move the Empire State Building hits trouble. ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Six-part guide to traditional Christmas cooking.
2: Desserts and wines. Producer Jayne Owens
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Weekend Colonel. The sergeant finds a double of Colonel Hall.
With Nigella Lawson.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Animal Liberation - the Human Cost
This year militant animal rights activists have damaged property and threatened lives on an unprecedented scale. Mike Embley investigates. Producer Lesley'Bonner Editor Nigel Chapman
The second of a five-part series presented by Roger Tabor.
A Love-Hate Affair. Revered as a god by the Pharaohs, the cat arrived in Britain with the Romans. But later it had to endure centuries of persecution and torture, a victim of its association with the old pagan religions. The cat had not changed - only people's perception of this solitary, promiscuous hunter of the night, whose light-reflective eyes and screeching voice were thought to be signs of the devil. Producer Dick Meadows
Vintage comedy in nine parts starring Cyril Cusack
Roy Dotrice , Wendy Hiller 8: The Dreaded Arrival of Captain Tardivaux. An army captain seeks solace in the arms of the innkeeper's wife.
Narrated by Peter Ustinov. Producer Michael Mills
The story of motor racing. Forests Deep, Mountains High. Rallying began as a genteel amateur sport for those with a sense of adventure - today it is highly competitive, with special cars, large back-up teams and professional drivers. Producer Michael Schooley
Executive producer Ivan Rendall A John Gau production for BBCtv â— STEREO
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Hosted by Angus Deayton.
With team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Tonight's guests are Ken Livingstone, MP, and Richard Ingrams.
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
lain MacWhirter follows the parliamentary committees. Producer Jenny Davies Editor Liz Holden
More late-night shockers.
They Have Been - They Are - They Will Be.... Kolchak discovers an alien invasion.
An animated nightmare about a visit to the dentist.
A craft drills its way up from the earth's core, full of hideous creatures.
Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek's Mr Spock ) makes an early appearance as an alien.
Director Bruno VeSota * FILMS: pages 55-62