A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons and the Lords - and on the committee corridor.
John FitzMaurice Mills shows how to repair items
9.05 The Science Collection: Colour by Numbers
9.30 Mathscope: Shops and supermarkets
9.45 Storytime: Titch
10.00 Thunderbirds in French
10.05 Thinkabout Science: Heat In, Cold Out (Stereo)
10.20 Search Out Science: Communication - Sounding Out
10.40 Around Scotland: Children of Coal and Iron
11.00 Words and Pictures: Spaghetti for Suzy
11.15 English Time: Writing style - Journalism
11.35 Ghostwriter: Am I Blue? (Stereo)
12.05 Quinze Minutes
12.20 TV6: The Essential History of Europe - Ireland (Stereo)
12.50 Teaching Today: Teaching Writing (Stereo)
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
1.30 Joshua Jones
1.40 Zig Zag: Map Makers - Village view (Stereo)
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather followed by Storytime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Dennis Cornish finds that the chrysanthemum - long regarded as the queen of autumn flowers - is an easy
Followed by Westminster Live
Ian Macwhirter presents live coverage of Parliament and its select committees.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Sports quiz hosted by David Coleman.
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News quiz, presented by Martyn Lewis.
An asteroid is on collision course with paradise.
Magenta De Vine and Rajan Datar visit the "sunshine state". Producer Clare Mclntyre
Series producer Sharon Ali
The barber shop is an important part of the black community, a meeting point and a place for education and creativity. This film from 29-year-old barber Julian Parry is a celebration of the black barber shop and an exploration of its history and culture. Director Jackie Osei-Tutu Series editor Giles Oakley
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AJ A Symons was a celebrated dandy, bon viveur and bibliophile in 1930s London. He was also the author of an extraordinary book, The Quest for Corvo, which is still in print 60 years after it was written. In tonight's Bookmark,
Julian Symons goes in search of the truth about his flamboyant elder brother, who died more than half a century ago. DirectorFrancisHanly
Series editor Roland Keating
Withjosie Lawrence , comic actress and star of Whose Line
Is It Anyway?
Director Sandra Goldbacher
Series producer Nicholas Barker
New sitcom starring American cult comedian Jerry Seinfeld Jerry buys an outrageously expensive jacket.
The south London suburbs in the 1970s are the setting for a comedy of sexual and political awakening written by Hanif Kureishi. The author, best known for the hugely successful film My Beautiful Laundrette, won the 1991 Whitbread Prize for Best First Novel with Buddha.
Karim is the 17-year-old son of an Indian father and an English mother, looking for trouble, action and sex.
Meanwhile his friend Jamila Is being forced into an arranged marriage, with her father threatening to starve himself to death if she shames him.
Kureishi and director
Roger Michell have adapted the novel as a four-part serial, with a title song and incidental music by David Bowie.
Producer Kevin Loader
Tom Hibbert revisits the 70s
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Presented by Peter Snow.
Jane Campion explains some key sequences from her hugely acclaimed film The Piano.
Readings from the winning novel.
Continuing a late-night run of vintage gangster movies. Starring Dorothy Provine
Frustrated at the drabness of her life, waitress Bonnie Parker teams up with the no-good Guy Darrow , and together they cut a swathe of terror through the southern US.
Director William Witney (1958)
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