An update on the latest debates and issues raised in Parliament.
9.00 Tutorial Topics: Girls v Boys
9.10 Standard Grade Studies: Power to the People?
9.30 Ici Paris: Ville Internationale
9.45 You and Me: Make Your Mind Up
10.00 Square 1: Angle
10.15 Over the Moon: Time
10.30 Art Work: Seeing and Believing
10.50 Mathsphere: A Question of Distribution; The Mathematical Thread of Life
11.10 Landmarks: The Blitz
11.30 Geography Programme: There's a Golf Course on the Farm
11.50 Topics: Living with a Handicap; Asian Girl
12.10 Let's See: Go 4,5
12.30 Science in Action: What a Gas
12.50 Teaching Today: Teachers Review Their Work Together
1.20 Charlie Chalk
1.35 King Rollo
1.40 Music Time: Birdsong
2.00 News and Weather
You and Me: Make Your Mind Up
A programme for consumers of welfare and public services, with news and information on rights, benefits and the law. This week's special report looks at a number of initiatives around the country tackling the increasing problem of young people's homelessness.
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Featuring Prime Minister's Question Time and other parliamentary highlights.
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Coverage of the Midland Bank World Bowls Championships from Preston, featuring the last pairs and singles quarter-final matches. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly with commentary by David Rhys Jones ,
Jimmy Davidson , Mal Hughes , David McGill and John Bell. • STEREO
L First showing on network television for this feature film based on the popular western drama series. 1905: a new generation of the Cartwright family defends the Ponderosa from a mining project. Director Bill Claxton
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Weekly programme examining the issues and events affecting life in the south.
The Jewels in the Crown?
Next week, private companies take over the maintenance of nine royal parks in and around London. Michael Goldfarb reports on fears for the future. Producer Tony Chapman
Executive producer Peter Lowe
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Another showing for the series about British exoticism.
Severn Heaven. A look at an architectural wonderland where houses are made from railway carriages and old buses. With Jonathan Meades. Producer David F Turnbull
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Return of the motoring magazine programme. Jeremy Clarkson investigates rumours of the Ford Capri's comeback and test-drives the Mazda MX-6; Radio Times writer Chris Goffey looks at cult cars; and second-hand car dealer Quentin Willson reveals the workings of the motor trade. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams
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Space-age comedy written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
Starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles.
The Inquisitor roams through time weeding out life's wastrels and deleting the worthless - the Red Dwarf crew is in big, big trouble.
A Grant Naylor production for BBCtv
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Six stories from the new Spain. Changing Fortunes. Spaniards gamble more than any other Europeans and the most unexpected winners are the blind. On every street corner they sell tickets for the nightly lottery from special booths and its success has turned Once, the charity for the blind, into one of Spain's top five companies. Presented by Ian Gibson. Producer Jeremy Mills
Series producer Alan Bookbinder
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Sir Bernard Ingham explains how he spent 11 years trying to relax Mrs Thatcher.
Producer Michael Davies
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The review of the month.