An update on the latest parliamentary debates and issues.
9.00 Tutorial Topics: Girls v Boys
9.10 Christianity in Today's World: Christianity in a Material World (Stereo) 9.30 Diez Temas: for beginners in Spanish - De compras
9.45 You and Me: Stop/Go 10.00 Thinkabout Science: Tracks and Trails (Stereo) 10. 15 Search Out Science: The Right Stuff 10.35
Q and A: a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes 10.40 Around
Scotland: Winter Visitors 11.00
Words and Pictures: The Enormous Turnip 11.15 English Time: How Comics Tell Stories 11.35
Teaching Today: Teachers into
Business and Industry - Curriculum Outcomes 12.05 TV6: Nippon - The Learning Machine (Part 1. Stereo) 12.30 Lifeschool: The
Family Today - Happily Ever After?
12.55 Mexico Vivo: an introduction to Mexican Spanish 1.20 Pigeon Street 1.35 King Rollo 1.40 Zig Zag: Tales from Europe - Czechoslovakia 2.00 News and Weather, followed by You and Me
Personal reflections on paintings. Michael Canney looks through the collection in the American Museum near
John Craven with rural issues.
Followed by Westminster Live
Today in Parliament.
and Regional News; Weather
Quiz hosted by Paul Coia. ● STEREO
Winter's End. First of five films telling the story of a critical and eventful year in the life of Richard Seabrook , shepherd, freelance farm worker and a man of old-fashioned virtues.
John Diamond reports from New York. (Rpr)
An Expensive Theology
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The adventures of the new USS
Enterprise and its crew.
Starring Patrick Stewart
Allegiance. Without the crew's knowledge, Captain Picard is kidnapped and replaced by an evil imposter.
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Capt Jean-Luc Picard:
Commdr William Riker:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Investigations, discussions and sharp story angles from behind the headlines here and abroad.
With Aminatta Forna.
Producer Margaret Enefer Series editor Tony Moss
This week, the eclectic rock show previews music from the Sultans of Ping FC, Ride and Mr Fingers at the nightclub, the Ministry of Sound. Plus
Brit-award winner Seal talks about Aids research. With
Antoine de Caunes.
Executive producers Alex Berger and Tim Newman
An NBdC production for BBCtv
Last in the series of personal reflections on a day from the past, raising issues from history which have become issues of the present.
Roger Scruton : 4 November 1789 On this day, a radical sermon and a letter from France provoked Edmund Burke into writing Reflections on the Revolution in France, a foundation document of modern conservatism. For
Professor Roger Scruton , writer and philosopher, the events of the day mark the line between oblivion and survival.
Reform preserves what is good from the past. Revolution preserves nothing. Producer John Triffitt
Second in a two-part special to mark the 100th anniversary of Tito's birth.
His Own Man. When Marshal
Tito imposed a communist dictatorship on Yugoslavia in 1945, the western allies regretted their support for the wartime resistance leader. But when, three years later, Tito fell out with Stalin, the west backed him once again.
Timewatch examines how Tito was able to play east against west to his own advantage and leave behind him a legacy which haunts Yugoslavia to this day. Written and produced by Peter Batty Series editor Roy Davies
First showing on network television for this psychological thriller. Julie Kenner is a surburban housewife, apparently brooding over a traumatic experience.
Director Andy Anderson ●FILMS: pages 43-50
Julie Kenner/Bobbie King:
With Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media news.
Literature in the Modern World
What is English? Is it a nationality, a language or a literature? Graham Martin explores some historical images of "Englishness".