6.45 Children's Drawings
7.10 The Encyclopédie: the 18th-century French encyclopaedia 3568331 7.35 Working with Systems
Note: repeats are not indicated.
The style of the 1930s.
An appeal for people imprisoned for their beliefs.
A look at a controversial treatment used to speed healing after surgery.
A Wall to Wall production for BBCtv
Annette makes some changes.
Materials used to make some unusual costumes.
How much of life is an illusion? Join the wizard in a scientific exploration.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
The closure of Glenbank steelworks affects everyone in the town.
Mairi Hedderwick reads her own story, Katie Morag Delivers the Mail, to children on the Hebridean island of Coll. (Stereo)
Students are encouraged to analyse their reading in relation to today's "information society".
A comic book contest. (Stereo)
Nicholas tries to prove himself, unsuccessfully. (Stereo)
Drama-documentary about Van Gogh's development as an artist. (Stereo)
Some practical solutions and ideas for those engaged in assessment.
Cartoon. Barney helps out on a television show. But Desmond is not impressed.
The water we drink has been drunk before - by dinosaurs.
Personal reflections on paintings. Today: William Thomson talks about Lady Howe by Gainsborough, at Kenwood
House, Hampstead in London.
Rural issues with John Craven.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament and its select committees.
With lain Macwhirter.
Regional News; Weather
Further coverage of the Masters from Wembley
Conference Centre, where Terry Griffiths and Steve James compete for a quarter-final place.
The cult 1960s series.
This Side of Paradise. Seeking survivors on a planet exposed to deadly rays, Kirk is astounded to find everyone in good health.
The British economy may still be stuck in the depths of recession but young people are coming up with ever more ingenious ways to make money. Reportageinvestigates how easy it is to get rich quick. Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss
Six choirs compete in tonight's adult semi-final. For the first time, two barbershop choruses try for a place in the final of Sainsbury's Choir of the Year. Two young female choirs and two mixed chamber choirs complete the line up. Presented by Howard Goodall. Director Robert Coles
Producer Christina Macaulay
The Stolen Child. During the Second World War the Nazis snatched 200,000
Aryan-looking Polish children from their mothers to replenish the "master race" back in Germany. This film tells the extraordinary story of two cousins who were stolen on the same day, 4-year-old Alojzy and 10-year-old Leon. Alojzy was adopted by a "good" Nazi family and soon forgot his Polish past, becoming a model German.
The older Leon was less easily brainwashed and eventually returned to Poland. But when
Alojzy, then 12, was finally told of his Polish parentage he was horrified, believing the Poles to be Untermensch ("less than human"). He, too, returned to Poland but it was years before he could accept his real mother and years before the Polish people forgave him his German identity.
Producer Catrine Clay Editor Laurence Rees
The journey back from hell - one survivor's story SEE FEATURE page 22
Classic American comedy.
Sticky Wicket. After Frank files a complaint against him for losing his temper, Hawkeye decides he would like to to file a counter-complaint against
Frank for "masquerading as a surgeon and a human being".
Second of a three-part east/west love story, adapted by Liane Aukin from emigre writer Zinovy Zinik 's comic novel, starring Nigel Terry
Clea brings her Russian husband home to London.
This suits his mistress Margot, who is Clea's best friend. But Kostya is not ready to settle down in suburbia, and is he really picking mushrooms when he goes out all night?
Producer Estelle Daniel Director Andy Wilson
The arts and media magazine.
A demonstration of the technique, using early methods.
The secondary school language series looks at daily life in Spain.