6.45 Education: Old Dog, New Trick 4228624 7.10 Classical
Sculpture and the Enlightenment 6775711 7.35 Introduction to Music: Handel's "Messiah"
A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons and the Lords - and on the committee corridor.
Romantic drama set in the Second World War starring Gregory Peck, Tamara Toumanova, Alan Reed
Gregory Peck made his film debut in this fateful Second World War story in which Nina, a Russian dancer stranded behind Nazi lines, is rescued by a band of Russian freedom fighters. A deep affection grows between Nina and the guerrilla leader and she plays her part in their fight against the Nazis.
SEE FILMS pages 35-40
Embassy World Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Peter Ebdon plays six-times World Champion Steve Davis , and Terry Griffiths and David Roe complete their match.
Presented by Dougie Donnelly.
Musical series. Melvin and Maureen go around the world.
John Craven presents the latest countryside news on environmental issues.
Followed by World Snooker and Racing
Dougie Donnelly has the latest action from this morning's session; in Snooker Break
David Vine looks at the players and incidents that have got people talking at the Crucible; and there's another chance to compete in today's quiz, phone-in on [number removed] (calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at other times). Also there is coverage of this afternoon's feature match between James Wattana and Tony Jones.
2.25 Mitsubishi Shogun Golden MillerTrophy (Handicap Chase. 3m2Y2f)
3.00 EBF National Hunt Novices' Hurdle Race Final (Handicap. 2m If)
3.35 South Wales Shower Supplies SilverTrophy Steeplechase (2m 5f)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Tracy Piggott. Producer (racing) Wendy Sheppard
Including at 2.50pm
News (Subtitled) and Weather and at 3.50pm
News (Subtitled) and Weather Regional News; Weather
Cult 60s space series starring William Shatner The Apple. Kirk discovers a Garden of Eden where life could not be more perfect - beautiful scenery, limitless food and immortality for the inhabitants. But will anyone free the people of paradise from their innocence and slavish following of their ruler?
Rough Guide to Careers: 50 Inspiring Ideas
Ten more career options: meet butlers, embalmers, a record buyer - and a woman who drinks 1,000 cups of tea a day.
The guest is Rowland "Raw Sex" Rivron. Presented by Sumy Kuraishe and Steve Webb. DirectorHamish Hamilton Producer Sam Anthony
FACT PACK: for more information about all 50 careers send a cheque for£3.95, payable to BSS. to [address removed]
Dance Energy Lift Off
Send your pop video and you could win a record deal with a major company. Five of the best will be shown each week.
Producer Richard Fell
Executive producer Sharon Ali
POP VIDEO ADDRESS: Defll - Lift Off. PO Box 2025, London W 12 6AE.
The series in which members of the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
New Blues. Historically most black people in Britain have voted Labour. Those who support the Conservative party have done so in hushed tones for fear of being called
"traitors". In his film, Andrew Scantlebury , one of the growing number of Afro-Caribbeans who are active
Conservatives, challenges the notion that the colour of your skin should determine the way you vote. He reveals what it is like to be a black Tory as he confronts the criticisms of friends and family who cannot accept his choice. Director Jackie Osei-Tutu
Series producer Giles Oakley
SUGGESTIONS: if you would like to make an Open Space write to: BBCtv, London W128QT.
A series which explores what it means to be a Muslim in the modern world.
The Challenge of the Past
Akbar Ahmed travels back in time to the once-great empires of the Ottomans, the Safavids and the Moghuls - to Granada, Istanbul, Delhi - and shows how their rise and fall has affected the thinking of Muslims today. Producer Hugh Purcell
BBC BOOK: a searching study of Islam, same title, £ 15.99 from booksellers.
Featuring Steve Davis v Peter Ebdon. This same match last year provided one of the greatest upsets at the Crucible. David Vine introduces the early highlights from the decisive second session.
Comedy series written by Norman Lovett and Ian Pattison. Starring Norman Lovett With Dicken Ashworth and Sara Corper.
Director Ron Bain : Producer Colin Gilbert
Following the Scottish band as they launch their latest album. Director Caroline Roberts
Producter May Miller
Immigrants of the 1960s talk about life in the UK.