An update on the latest debates and issues raised in Parliament.
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Today's proceedings in Parliament, including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Another Winter. Last in the series on a year in the life of Richard Seabrook , shepherd and freelance farm worker.
Last in the series examining aspects of life in south-east Asia. With Jack Pizzey.
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An impression of the world of the motorcyclist, for whom all roads lead to the Manx TT, the most challenging and dangerous road race in the world.
Testicular cancer, the most common form among young men, strikes one in 500 between the ages of 15 and 40. Prompt treatment is usually successful, yet embarrassment means many die unnecessarily. Producer John Coleman
First showing on network television for this heartwarming tale, written, directed by and starring the late Michael Landon
The many happy hours Hugh and grandfather Da (Art
Carney) spend together are threatened by Da's health. • FILMS: pages 38-41
A Burning Desire
Arson is to blame for around half of all fires and is responsible for over 2,000 deaths and serious injuries every year. Who are the fire raisers? And why are they using fire so destructively? Jayne Evans reports on pioneering work in one American city which may hold the solution to this problem in the south and east of England. Producer Ian Lilley
Executive producer Peter Lowe
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Another showing for the series dedicated to the proposition that the exotic begins at home. Brick and Mortars. Jonathan Meades finds out about camouflage, military memorials and army buildings. Producer Paul Bryers
Executive producer Clare Peterson • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Should drivers be re-tested regularly once they reach a certain age? Plus test-driving Fiat's latest small car, the Cinquecento, and a new kind of football, Motaball. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
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Spage-age comedy written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
Starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles.
The crew encounter evil doppelgangers.
A Grant Naylor production for BBCtv
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Personal views of the Falklands conflict from those whose lives it changed.
Ian Mather. Sent to Argentina to cover the Falklands War,
Ian Mather was arrested and jailed as a suspected spy. For this programme he returned to
Argentina to revisit his prison cell and meet the men who locked him up. He also defends the British disinformation tactics which confused the Argentine military. Director Peter Bate
Series producer Peter Grimsdale An Observer production for BBCtv
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Starring Nigel Planer A Roving Commission
Techniques for the ultimate TV travel performance. With
Michael Palin , Miles Kington and Michael Wood.
Written by Christopher Douglas Directors Janet FraserCrook and Christopher Douglas Producer Caroline Wright
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Arts and media news.
12.00 Weekend Outlook: Open University preview 12.05 Physics:
Energy to Go Round