Note: repeats are not indicated.
Skin Deep. Programme for advanced science students, looking at recent advances in medical physics.
Staying Safe. Sally finds out how to avoid accidents.
Series for infants. What is it like to feel shy? Cosmo knows the answer.
Place Value. Helen Lederer challenges you to place your numbers to win a prize.
Mr Boom finds that a snowy winter day on earth gives children lots of fun.
To Catch a Creep (Part 1). Who is trying to stop Alex winning the school election?
The Perils of Penelope(Part 1) An exciting story told in Hindi.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television.
Pakistan and Its People. First programme of a new unit.
Winter sports combined with learning German.
The First Industrial Nation ?
A look at changes in British society between 1750-1851.
Images of the Earth. New programmes about making sense of maps.
Stand Up for Your Rights. Young women compete for equal opportunities.
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Live action adventures of a car in a motor museum.
A musical journey through a fantasy universe.
Topical welfare rights magazine. With Helen Madden and Andrew Miller.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's questions.
Presented by lain Macwhirter and John Cole.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
Political discussion with Lord
Archer and Tony Banks.
Actor Leslie Phillips picks his favourite moments from BBC television. With Emma Freud.
Thriller starring HughO'Brian canea in to investigate the wartime disappearance of a fabulous gem collection, a detective's every move is monitored by Probe Control.
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Heideline Ullie Ullman:
The last 12 months have seen more racial murders in Britain than any year in living memory, with most occurring in London and the south east. While the world's attention has been focused on the rise of neo-Nazism in Germany, Terry Dignan reports on the alarming spread of home-grown racial violence. Producer Neill Angier
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Greece. Macedonia is a province of Greece, but one of the fragments of Yugoslavia is also claiming that name for itself. Tonight's programme investigates the question of who and what the Greek people are, a question epitomised by this argument that threatens to become a war.
Director Alan Ereira
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Based on the Guardian's column, the series that tackles some of life's vexing issues takes a look at why water is wet and whether a general election can be rigged. Frank Muir and other contributors help out. With Carol Vorderman.
Producer Philippe Bassett Series editor Leela Creswell
A Celandine production for BBCtv
A carnal and bitter comic series about divorce, written by Steven Moffat , and starring Robert Bathurst
Robert and Tracy turn up on Mark's doorstep to be with him in his hour of need.
Director Bob Spiers
Producer Andre Ptaszynski
A Pola Jones production for BBCtv
Critical films about the impact of modem medicine on our lives.
Conceiving the Future. Tonight's programme explores the painful choices offered by genetic tests and asks how such powers should be used in the future. Is the search to prevent disability a move in the same direction as the Nazi doctors who practised eugenics, hoping to create a perfect race? Or does genetic screening offer huge benefits, as in Sardinia where it has virtually wiped out the terrible disease thalassaemia?
Producer Tim Clark
Series producers Martin Freeth and Stefan Moore
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.