Parliamentary update on Monday's affairs.
Today: how to clean scientific instruments.
With John FitzMaurice Mills.
9.45 You and Me
An SFTV production for BBCtv
10.00 Movable Feasts
10.15 Look and Read
11 00 Watch: Children in History (Stereo)
11.15 Thunderbirds in French
11.20 English Express: Factual writing
11.40 The French Collection: Kaleidoscope Social (Stereo)
12.05 History File: Expansion, Trade and Industry
12.25 Lifeschool: F is for Food (Stereo)
12.50 Teaching Today -Teaching writing (Stereo)
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
1.20 The Brollys
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; followed by You and Me
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Paul Harris looks at Sunflowers and other Vincent Van Gogh paintings. Rpt
Followed by Westminster Live lain Macwhirter and John Cole present live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister s
Word game with Paul Coia.
I A series looking at the most notorious criminals of the century begins with the life and crimes of New York's Mob king "Lucky" Luciano.
B/W Stereo 68
Quiz with Martyn Lewis.
r Adventure starring
Harry Stanton and Otto Abbot are hired to track down a rare Malaysian cat for a German zoo. The arrival of Otto's beautiful young companion Anna soon leads to tension. Talib SABU
Director Phil Karlson ( (1963)
FILM REVIEWS pages 59-66
Recent setbacks have not dimmed the Bosnian army's belief that it will win its war against the Serbs and the Croats. Jeremy Bowen reports. Producer Eamonn Matthews
Kevin Woodford takes another family by surprise in a Liverpool supermarket. There's a delicious apple baklava, and new tastes in Spanish wines. Presented by Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden and OzClarke.
Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
RECIPES: programme recipesare available in BBC Good Food Magazine and on Ceefax page 686.
Another chance to see some of the funniest moments from the award-winning series. Producer Colin Gilbert
Freedom in the Genes
- Identical twins have exactly the same genetic make-up. Why, then, should one of them grow up with different predispositions and preferences from the other? In the final programme of this review of genetic science,
Dr David Suzuki argues that genes are not the final deciding factor in our lives.
"Our personal circumstances, our religion, even our sex can change the way our genes affect us, "he says.
Suzuki visits the annual
Twins'Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio. His findings suggest that the recent search for "controlling" genes - the attempt to explain phenomena such as sexuality in chemical terms - may be inadequate as a key to human behaviour.
"Human brains were built by instructions in DNA, yet part of what is built-in is a large measure of freedom of choice."
Producer David Sington
Executive producer Robin Brightwell
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Last in the series of short films by new directors. The Traveller
A close encounter at a motorway service centre. Producer Matthew Rose
Written and directed by David Hill
With Jeremy Paxman.
Introduced by Sarah Dunant.
Readings from this year's Booker prize winner.
Second in a late-night run of vintage crime movies. Starring
A young thief becomes a successful criminal. But he begins to question his motives and the path his life has taken. Director Gordon Wiles (1947) B/W
(The Bonnie Parker Story tomorrowat
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