7.10 Personality, Development and Learning: Piaget 5109906 7.35 Utilitarianism: a lecture by Bernard Williams
A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons and the Lords - and on the committee corridor.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
A conversation with a Buddhist gives Robert food for thought and action.
Animated version of one of Shakespeare's most entertaining plays. (Subtitled)
Simon Mayo continues his exploration of the Christian faith, meeting believers who have had to cope with other's deaths. Matthew Freeman updates a psalm on the topic.
We can't see it, but it's vital to life!
Graphic design in a television commercial and an airport. Plus work on a new identity for a famous orchestra.
Featuring shoes, shopping, and 'sh'. Sophie helps 5-year old Daniel choose birthday presents for his mum, and tries on some shoes. (Stereo)
Today: the events leading to the opening of the Berlin Wall in November 1989.
The team tracks down Double T, but Rob and Lisa are still trapped. Will the team get to them in time? (Stereo)
Sequences to be used with young people in collective acts of worship.
In 1714, Yorkshireman John Harrison won Â£20,000 for his navigational invention which enabled sailors to find their position at sea.
A programme designed for primary school teachers who have pupils with special needs in their classrooms.
Maureen's Music-a-Grams Musical series. Melvin,
Maureen and friends make some strange sound effects.
Everyone at the palace was happy except for the goldfish. When the King took Albert his dog for a walk, little did he know that Albert would dig a hole that would turn into a pond.
The series on trees shows how things made from trees are vitally important to humans.
Followed by You and Me
England v Australia
Further live coverage through to the end play.
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Regional News; Weather
Series of programmes made by members of the public.
Stamping Out Books. The public library service grew, in part, out of the temperance movement in the 1830s - an anxiety to provide people with somewhere else to go apart from the pub. Now library opening hours, book-purchase funds and staffing have been drastically cut and privatisation is on the agenda. To make her film Jill Wight , director of the National Library Campaign, has brought together many supporters including Melvyn Bragg , who says: "It's a marvellous system and it's been let slide.... when a society starts to chew off its own best bits then you're in real trouble - and the library service is certainly one of the best bits about this country." Producer Gavin Dutton
Series producerGiles Oakley
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Last in this series exploring what it means to be a Muslim in the modern world.
The Last Crusade? While the west lives in fear of an Islamic jihad (holy war), Muslims believe that it is they who are being persecuted - by hostile armies in some countries, by their own governments in others, by the western media everywhere. From Bosnia to
Algeria, from Egypt to Nigeria, Muslims believe they face a new crusade and prepare themselves to oppose it.
In his last programme Akbar Ahmed offers the voice of moderation which has always been at the heart of Islam. He argues that the majority of Muslims want to live their lives in peace, but the more they feel their faith is under attack, the more angry and violent their reaction will be.
Producer John Percival
Executive producers Paul Kriwaczek and Hugh Purcell
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Second of this powerful two-part drama, written by Don Shaw, which looks at the case of the four men convicted in 1979 of the murder of Carl Bridgewater.
Following the murder at the farm next door, the mother of the youngest of the imprisoned men begins to campaign for the release of her son and the other three, one of whom dies in prison. She is supported in her fight by her son's stepfather, and a campaigning journalist on a national newspaper comes to her aid. An extraordinary rite of passage for both mother and son, the story moves through the 1980s to the present day. For full cast see Monday.
Mr Justice Glidewell:
Lord Chief Justice Lane:
Lord Justice Russell:
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With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.
This True Book of Ours. The work of the 16th-century anatomist is examined by Vivian Nutton , Martin Kemp and Andrew Cunningham.
A Dominican Priory. The architecture and paintings of the San Marco priory.