A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons and the Lords - and on the committee corridor.
How to clean tin and brass.
With John FitzMaurice Mills.
9.05 The Science Collection
9.30 Mathscope: Time and Travel
9.45 Storytime: It's Mine!
10.00 Thunderbirds in French
10.05 Thinkabout Science: Whose Canal Is It Anyway?
10.20 Search Out Science: Communication - Picking Up the Vibes
10.40 Around Scotland: Children of Coal and Iron
11.00 Words and Pictures: A Roar for Stanley/One Rich Rajah
11.15 English Time: Writing in Style - Poetry 1
11.35 Ghostwriter: Am I Blue?
12.05 Quinze Minutes
12.20 TV6: The Essential History of Europe - Germany
12.50 Teaching Today: IT for Primary Teachers
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis (Stereo)
1.30 Joshua Jones
1.40 Zig Zag: Map Makers: Town and Around
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather
followed by Storytime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Looking at the work of Joseph Wright , a unique
English 18th-century painter. With Jonathan Miller.
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.
News quiz presented by Martyn Lewis.
And the Children Shall Lead On the planet Triacus, the crew finds children with a deadly intelligence.
Venezuela. From Caracas, travel up the Andes by cable car and see the world's highest waterfall, the Angel Falls. Producer Sam Anthony
Series producer Sharon Ali
Personal views on three icons of 20th-century American art.
Swimming in the Rain
"There's no better feeling at the end of a hot, sticky day, than to dive into an open-air pool and swim along looking up at the little clouds and the birds flying overhead." So says Nicky Cowan in praise of the lido, now a threatened species. Producer Gavin Dutton
Series editor Giles Oakley
In April, a group of 18 people met in a small town halfway between
Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Some were Jewish, the sons and daughters of Holocaust survivors; the rest were German, the children of Nazi war criminals.
Producer Catrine Clay interviewed the participants as they faced up to a hitherto unspeakable shared history.
One of them is the son of Martin Boorman , another is the son a woman found buried under a pile of corpses in Belsen. Editor Laurence Rees
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With writer Kingsley Amis. Producer Clara Glynn
Series producer Nicholas Barker
Eating a Chinese meal proves a problem for Jerry and friends, in this new American sitcom.
In the second part of Hanif Kureishi 's comic four-part story of political and sexual Initiation set south London and adapted by Kureishi and director
Roger Michell , Jamila's intended husband Changez arrives from Bombay. But his passion seems to be not for her, but in discovering the whereabouts of 221 Baker Street.
The title song and incidental music to this adaptation of Kureishi'sl991Whitbread
Prize-winning novel were written by David Bowie.
Producer Kevin Loader
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Painter David Hockney talks to Jeremy Isaacs.
Readings from the winning novel.
Showing as part of BBC2's Festival! season, this drama set in Burkina Faso is a simple tale of the unlikely friendship between two children and an old outcast woman. With
Director Idrissa Ouedraogo (1989)
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