A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons, its committees, and the Lords.
9.05 Techno 6423046 9.30 Square One: TV Maths
1134688 9.45 Storytime
1155171 10.00 Thunderbirds in Hindi 9320572 10.05 Thinkabout Science - Mirror
Image Stereo 3524775 10.20 Search Out Science: Structures - Balancing Act 3529220 10.40 Around Scotland - Media Studies Stereo 8587539 11.00 Words and Pictures 6610317 11.15 English Time: the Ancient Mariner (part 2), with Paul McGann 5922171 11.35 Ghostwriter
Stereo 2666133 12.05Jeunes Francophones
12.25TV6 - Moving Mountains Stereo 6926510 12.50 Teaching Today
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20
1.25 Fireman Sam
1.35Stoppit and Tidyup 98989539 1.40 Zig Zag
13978133 2.00 News and Weather; followed by Storytime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
An appreciation of the small, finely detailed landscapes of Robert Bates , whose visionary and mysterious paintings have been compared with the work of Samuel Palmer , Stanley Spencer and Graham Sutherland.
Countryside news presented by John Craven.
Westminster Live Live coverage of the workings of Parliament and its select committees.
Daily news quiz, presented by Martyn Lewis.
Rhydian has an important issue to discuss with Eileen. Karen is made an offer she cannot refuse. In Welsh with English subtitles.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Let That Be Your Last Battlefield A relentless pursuit through space, spanning 50,000 years.
The Fashion Show
The programme meets clothes junkies who spend thousands of pounds on items they wear only once, asks if top designers steal street culture and exposes the seedier sides of the industry. Executive producer Rachel Pumell
Sehes producer Nicola Moody
On the eve of the Superbowl in Atlanta, a report from the USA on claims that the very traditions of American team sport, which prides itself on a wholesome family image, may be responsible for a trail of violence and crime. A spate of highly publicised cases, involving groups of athletes accused of sexually assaulting women, has raised disturbing questions about what sport, particularly football, is doing to young men. Editor VyvSimson
Executive producerTony Moss
Rasputin WhenGrigoriiEfimovich Rasputin was murdered in 1916, rumour and political expediency set to work to paint him as a villain, responsible for the downfall of the Romanov empire, an insane alcoholic capable of any sexual extravagance. This film biography reappraises the myth of the "Mad Monk", using new information as well as first-hand accounts to rescue Rasputin from unjust historians.
"He wasn'ta a Svengali figure, controlling the Tsarina," says producer Laurence Rees. "He didn't force people to kill themselves. That legacy is desperately unfair."
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Reflections on 20th-century American architecture.
John Hancock Center. Controversial American artist Jeff Koons fell in love with this building when he was an art student in Chicago. "See how it rises out of the baptismal waters of Lake Michigan in an expression of divine aspiration." Director Sandra Goldbacher Producer Ruth Rosenthal
The second in this new series which brings Radio 4's current affairs spoof On the Hour to the screen. Presenter Christopher Morris brings the latest news, sometimes enhancing the events to make them more suitable for inclusion. Helping to delve behind the headlines are Doon Mackichan , Steve Coogan , Patrick Marber ,
Rebecca Front, David Schneider and sports editor Alan Partridge. Director Andrew Gillman
The plot gathers momentum in the third part of this adaptation of George Eliot 's novel by Andrew Davies.
The Vincy family, especially the heavily indebted Fred, are desperate to know to whom old Featherstone will leave his fortune; Dorothea is determined to protect her vindictive husband from another heart attack by keeping the handsome Will Ladislaw away from
Middlemarch. But Will is invited back by her uncle Brooke, who needs his help in his bid to get into Parliament and, when Ladislaw visits Dorothea,
Casaubon's suspicions are once again aroused.
Rosamond and the gullible
Lydgate's wedding is set to go ahead, despite gossip and speculation from Middlemarchers.
Producer Louis Marks ; Director Anthony Page
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Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Sir James Chettam:
Rev Edward Casaubon:
Sir Godwin Lydgate:
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
A look behind the scenes at
Caryl Churchill's latest play, The Striker.
Prison drama that I continues the late-night run of films by director Don Siegel. Starring Neville Brand
During a nationwide wave of riots, inmates from the punishment block of a big state prison take advantage of an inexperienced guard and barricade themselves in. (1954) B/W
History File - Expansion, Trade and Industry: Britain 1750-1900.
For secondary schools.