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Chardin and the Still Life
7.35 Arts: King Cotton's Palace
Who's Who? (part 3). Tina receives strange phone calls.
Today: a visit to Felling in Tyne and Wear.
From Brighton. This morning's business includes debate on economic affairs and the TUC's jobs and recovery campaign in response to the government's pit closure plans.
For the past 13 centuries
Jerusalem has held an important place in Islam.
Children's puppet adventures.
Cooking with Kurma An Italian lunch, with minestrone soup, eggplant parmigiana and soft sesame bread rolls.
Followed by TUC 93
From Brighton. Featuring debate on the government's continuing privatisation programme and John Monks 's first speech to Congress since his election as its next general secretary.
3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Makoto Higashi advises hotels in crisis and helps restore them to prosperity.
Five documentaries that go inside Spanish business today.
Made in Spain. Including a look behind the scenes at Hola! magazine, plus a profile of entrepreneur Pedro Ballve. Director/Producer Terry Doyle
Patterns of Force. Kirk and Spock search for a missing historian on the planet Ekos.
Outrageous journalist Jon Ronson will already be familiar to readers of the London listings magazine Time Out. This show is a kind of televisual version of his column - a series of increasingly frenzied "missions". In this first programme, Get Good Ratings with Sex, he embarks on a quest to get naked people on television. Director Phil Day
Series producer Neil Crombie
The acclaimed series of videos shot by young people, recording the world from their perspective gets a second airing in DefII. The first is the touching story of a girl who finds herself a mother at 15, growing up fast as she struggles to keep her baby, boyfriend and dog together. Producer Emma Read
Series producer Bob Long
A portrait of Allan Mason , a retired quarryman, who says he's been a poacher all his life. Producer Patrick McCreanor
John Peel production for BBCtv
The Babes of Peking
The last in this series on topical sporting issues looks at the controversial alternative as host for the Olympic Games in 2000 - the Chinese capital,
Peking. By staging the games, China hopes to put behind it memories of the Tiananmen
Executive producer Tony Moss Editor VyvSimson
Spoof detective series that gave the world the Naked Gun movies, starring Leslie Nielsen Revenge and Remorse. Drebin's investigations lead him to the Club Flamingo and some pretty dubious characters.
Second in this three-part satire about the rough-and-tumble of politics. Starring Phyllis Logan Kevin McNally
How did Lou Larson , MP, radical feminist and an outsider to boot, win her safe Yorkshire seat against the NUMsponsored candidate?
Written by Ron v
Producer Hilary Salmon Director Carol Wilks
A preview of BBC2's Screenplay season featuring six new and diverse films.
Presented by Peter Snow
The Miller's Tale
A Chaucerian romp in an 18th-century setting.
Director Ray Kilby