6.45 Space and Time: Through the Looking Glass 9585861 7.10 Cell Biology: Molecular Immunology 9893251 7.35 Technology:
A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons and the Lords.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
The economics of healthcare.
Can new technology help the traditional fishermen of India to survive?
Series for infants. Dibs is fed up when he feels like the odd one out.
Going on holiday to the Spanish Costa Brava.
Mr Boom is off on holiday.
Film star Lana Barnes receives a threatening letter and the Ghostwriter team investigates. (Stereo)
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
What happens to the rubbish we dump? (Stereo)
From sunstroke to skin cancer, the weather can damage our health in many ways.
How the Indians of North America have managed to retain their own culture.
How a baby grows inside the womb and the actual birth.
A drama in which Pam's behaviour changes when her father is remanded on a fraud charge. (Stereo)
A six-part series on the secret of small-business success.
How quality systems are part of the winning formula.
A Diverse production for BBCtv (Stereo)
Animation about a young girl and her dog.
1.40pm Music Time
Two songs about Javanese food and a look at traditional batiks. (Stereo)
Followed by You and Me
This film from 1975 chronicles the story of a home-made airship and the steadfast determination of its owner to get it airborne in one of the nicest ways ever devised.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Prime Minister's questions.
Presented by lain Macwhirter andJohnCole.
Regional News; Weather
Further coverage from Queen's Club, London.
Commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox and David Mercer.
Introduced by Barry Davies.
In a programme recorded last year, tennis star Arthur Ashe talks to Lynn Redgrave about his battle with Aids, the illness he fought with dignity until his death in February.
Producer Nicola Glucksmann Cheslaw Executive producer Michael Latham
From Horseguards Parade, London. Defence cuts make this the last chance to see the massed bands and bugles of the Light Division Sounding Retreat. Commentary by Eric Robson.
Producer Michael Begg
Blue-chip companies pay
Y 4,000 a day to have Michael Hartley-Brewer coach their executives in the art of negotiation. Sheena McDonald finds out what they get for their money and the part a toy monkey plays in his technique. Director Andrew Gillman
Series editor Brian Davies
A Goldhawk production for BBCtv
Series on the history of maps. On the Rocks. Sea charts are the theme of this last programme. The re-creations of historical scenes - which have given the series a theatrical feel - include map enthusiast Samuel Pepys in an imaginary interview for Desert Island Discs, and Captain Bligh claiming that Captain Cook took the credit for much of Bligh's own work. Producer Julian Stenhouse
BBC BOOK: thefacts and fiction about maps and their makers, £ 16.99
In a final programme, Jeremy Clarkson looks back at the highlights of the series. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams
How would Hollywood approach the story of the last days of the GLC? Would
Charles Bronson (played by Robbie Coltrane ) star as Ken?
Would Lee van Cleef (played by Peter Richardson ) star as Tony Benn ? Would both be battling against Brigitte Nielsen (played by Jennifer Saunders ) starring as the Ice Maiden?
Written by Peter Richardson , Pete Richens Director Peter Richardson
A Comic Strip production for BBCtv
Documentary stories from unfamiliar cultures.
The Dragon Bride
The marriage of a teenage girl to four brothers aged from 8 to 16 is not unusual among the Nyinba people. They live in a rugged and remote corner of the Nepalese Himalayas, and this form of marriage is essential to their survival. But on a personal level, it raises many problems - the age difference, sleeping arrangements, jealousy, paternity of the children. As preparations for the lavish wedding begin, the bride faces these harrowing prospects. As one of her aunts, who has five husbands, warns her: "You've got to satisfy them all - that's what causes our wrinkles."
Producer Joanna Head
Series editors Alan Bookbinder and Bill Hilary
The 1 6-year-old bride's own story
Weekend viewing from the OU.
Questioning the necessity of a difficult operation.