The Leaping Horse by John Constable
A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons and the Lords - and on the committee corridor.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Equal Rights - Sikhism. Michael visits a Sikh temple.
the Animated Tales
A Midsummer Night's Dream Animated version of Shakespeare's comedy.
A broken drum causes problems for Cosmo.
Love. Radio 1 DJ Simon Mayo continues his exploration of the Christian faith.
Forces. How to discover forces in our daily lives.
Style for Living. The work of the interior designer for a chain of clothes shops and of the team responsible for the design of a hospital chapel.
WhyAnansi the Spiderman Makes Webs. Tommy Eytle
(alias Jules in EastEnders) tells a traditional story.
A trainee teacher in Austria talks about her life and future career.
To the Light (part 3). While searching for Double T, Rob and Lisa are trapped in a disused subway.
Sequences designed to be used by young people in collective acts of worship.
Bright Sparks and Long Waves The discoveries of German physicist Heinrich Hertz.
Contrasting styles of teaching
RE in secondary schools.
Maureen's Music-a-Grams Musical series.
Animation. When Tom's new soldiers are buried in the sand, Pinny and Victor find a friendly crab to help.
Two hundred and fifty different types of animals live in, on and around an oak tree.
Followed by You and Me
Personal reflections on paintings. Lord David Cecil discussesthe work of four great English painters: Reynolds, Constable, Hogarth and Samuel Palmer.
John Craven with the latest countryside stories.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament and its select committees. With lain Macwhirter.
Regional News; Weather
Highlights from Sunday's Grand Prix in Barcelona.
Allergic to the 20th Century
Asthma has reached epidemic proportions in the western world and is now increasing in the developing world.
The annual Whitbread Rugby World Awards were presented yesterday at London's Royal Lancaster Hotel, in the presence of this year's Lions prior to their departure for
New Zealand. Introduced by Chris Rea with Nigel Starmer -Smith and Ian Robertson.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The hijacked Enterprise is taken to an uncharted planet.
Rough Guide to Careers: 50 Inspiring Ideas
In the last of the series
Sumy Kuraishe and Steve Webb look at computer design and exhibition organiser Sara Binns is congratulated by John Major. Director Nicola Colton
Producer John Holdsworth
Dance Energy Lift Off
More pop hopefuls get their chance to win a record deal. The results will be in next week's final programme.
Director Liza Brown ; Producer Tim Byrne
Series of programmes made by members of the public.
Sit Down and Shut Up. Every Saturday, football fans attend their "theatres of dreams". At grounds all over the country they carry with them fond memories of sitting on Dad's shoulders, watching legendary players. But football is being transformed. In his film, Robert Cookson , a lifelong Manchester United supporter, questions what is happening to the modern game and, with the help of fellow fans, asks whether commercialism is killing it. Producer Ray Hough
Series producer Giles Oakley
Among the Non-Believers
Over 40 per cent of the world's Muslims live as minorities, but is it possible to live a true
Muslim life outside the Islamic world? Akbar Ahmed questions whether there is a conflict between loyalty to the worldwide community of Islam and loyalty to the state. His investigation takes him from village India, to the Central Asian states of the former
Soviet Union, to a tiny group of Muslims in the Outer Hebrides.
Producer Jonathan Dron
Executive producer Paul Kriwaczek
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The Imitation Game
Ian McEwan 's play continues the season of dramas produced and directed by the Director of the Royal National Theatre. Written for the 1980 Play for Today series, it stars Harriet Walter
It is 1940, and Cathy Raine is determined to join the fight against fascism. Against the wishes of her parents and boyfriend, she joins the Auxiliary Territorial Service but finds the war effort is less glamorous than she had hoped.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.
From Public to Private. A look at the effects of the transfer from public to private ownership.