An update on the latest parliamentary debates.
9.00 Tutorial Topics: Girls v Boys - First year girls and boys at a London secondary school give their impressions of each other 9. 10 Christianity in Today's World:
Christianity in a Changing World - A report from Leicester on the changing role of Christianity in modem, multi-faith Britain, with Chris Rogers and Rosie Sheehan
(Stereo) 9.30 DiezTemas: Comery Beber9.45 You and Me: Down and Up 10.00 Thinkabout Science: Up, Up and Away - Science Club members compare a model hot-air balloon with the real thing (Stereo;
10.15 Search Out Science:
Disaster 10.35 Q and A: a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes 10.40
Around Scotland: Selkies 11.00 Words and Pictures: Katie Morag and the Tiresome Ted 11.15
English Time: Pictures in my Mind
11.35 Teaching Today: Teachers Review Their Work Together 12.05 TV6: Comic Relief Update 12.30 Lifeschool: The Family Today - Crisis!... What Crisis? 12.55 Mexico Vivo: La ciudad mas grande del mundo - Mexico City is built in an unlikely place for such a huge capital. What are the problems and advantages of living there? 1.20 Pigeon Street: Pigeon at Sea 1.35 King Rollo: Dog 1.40 Zig Zag: Tales from Europe - Switzerland 2.00 News and Weather followed by You and Me
The quarter-final stages in the singles and pairs of the Midland Bank World Bowls
Championship. All matches will be play ed over the best of five sets. Dougie Donnelly introduces coverage from the Guild Hall, Preston. • STEREO
Followed by Westminster Live
Highlights of today's proceedings in Parliament. With Vivian White.
and Regional News; Weather
Further coverage of world bowls from Preston.
Series editor Jana Bennett
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Starring Patrick Stewart Sins of the Father. Worf is thrust into a life or death battle.
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(Star Trek: 25th Anniversary Special is on Friday at 7.10pm)
21 st-Century Sex. A report investigating the bridging of the traditional male/female divide. Girls are getting stronger, boys are getting anorexic while men will soon be able to have a foetus implanted. With Aminatta Forna.
Producer Siobhan Mulholland
Series editor Tony Moss
Including an exclusive preview of the latest rap movie Juice. Plus camping out with Kinky Gerlinky , a Paul Weller progress report, and John Lydon , the world's oldest punk. Executive producers Alex Berger and Tim Newman
An NBdC production for BBCtv
Personal reflections on a day from the past, raising issues from history which have become issues of the present. Anita Roddick: 22 May 1877 This is the day James Smith opened the Bon Marche in Brixton - Britain's first purpose-built department store. For Anita Roddick , founder of the Body Shop, the opening of the Bon Marche store marks the death of the little community shop. Director Peter Hoare Producer John Triffitt
The first of a two-part special to mark the 100th anniversary of Tito's birth.
In late 1943 Winston Churchill made what he would later describe as one of the biggest mistakes of the war. On the advice of his special envoy to Yugoslavia, he transferred British weapons and support from the anti-communist resistance under General Draja Mihailovich to the communist partisans, led by Marshal Josip Broz Tito. That decision effectively condemned Yugoslavia to 40 years of communist rule and destroyed the reputation of General Mihailovich, who ever since has been portrayed as a Nazi collaborator. Narrated by John Rowe.
(Part 2 can be seen next Wednesday)
First showing on network television for this drama starring
Rachel Ward , Bryan Brown Australia 1939: Marge Hills is a bored housewife. But then years of frustration boil up into an obsession when a newcomer disturbs the backwoods calm.
Director Ken Cameron ● STEREO
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By the Social Democratic Party.
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