A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons, its committees, andtheLords.
9.05 Techno: Structures
8764666 9.30Square One:TV Maths 5006192 9.45
Storytime: Desperate For a Dog 5001647 10.00Thunderbirds in Hindi 9036918 10.05
Thinkabout Science - Blowing bubbles
10.20 Search Out Science: Structures - Balancing Act 9231550 10.40Around
Scotland -Media Studies 1385260 11.00 Words and Pictures
11.15 English Time: the Ancient Mariner(part 3), with Paul McGann Stereo
11.35 Ghostwriter 2714181 12.05Jeunes Francophones
12.25 TV6 ? the Spirit of Rio Stereo 2362444 12.50
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20Bump 58590840 1.25 Fireman Sam
25730840 1.35 Stoppit and Tidyup 90042598 1.40 Zig Zag
49366918 2.00 News
Subtitled and Weather; followed by Storytime Note: repeats are not indicated.
The Saddler. Quality leatherwork and a good eye for horses are two of the most important ingredients of a saddler's craft.
The latest countryside news presented by John Craven.
Westminster Live Live coverage of the workings of Parliament and its select committees. With lain McWhirter.
Daily news and current affairs quiz presented by Martyn Lewis. 42
What has Derek got planned for Meic's big day? A declaration from Karen makes Olwen angry. How is Hywel going to react to
Rod's news? In Welsh with English subtitles.
Word game presented by Paul Coia.
Turkey polpettes in soured cream. And, Californian wines.
The Mark of Gideon. Captain Kirk finds himself alone on a deserted Enterprise.
The Redundant Male
The programme debates the role of men in society today. With employers opting for women and young women rejecting men as fathers and partners, Reportage asks: are men expendable?
Executive producer Rachel Pumell Series producer Nicola Moody
Television's investigative sports programme. Wives United
In an insight into Britain's most popular sport, the programme has been invited into the homes of some of football's biggest stars. Players' wives speak about the game which dominates their lives, telling how it can bring domestic violence, create its little dictators, and never leave them alone.
Executive producer Tony Moss
As the millennium approaches, four writers of political thrillers are asked for their predictions for the future. But as this investigation into the form of the thriller unfolds, nothing is quite as straightforward as it may seem. Christopher Petit 's witty and individual look at some of the thriller's abiding themes is gradually overtaken by a growing sense of paranoia, secrecy and conspiracy. The viewer becomes enmeshed in the writers' shadowy world, where fact and fiction begin to blur.
Series editor Roland Keating
A Koninck production for BBCtv
Reflections on 20th-century American architecture.
Los Angeles Airport. For architect and critic
Michael Sorkin , this building is
"modernity's fondest view of architecture, building that approaches machine, building beyond gravity." Director Christopher Hale Producer Ruth Rosenthal
The third in this new series which brings Radio 4's current affairs spoof On the Hour to the screen.
Presenter Christopher Morris sets about pulling in the latest catch of events from the InfoSea. Helping him delve behind the headlines are
Doon Mackichan , Steve Coogan , Patrick Marber , Rebecca
Front and David Schneider.
Barbara Wintergreen reports tonight on the collapse of the "Chicago Blister".
Director Andrew Gillman
Producers Armando lannucci and Christopher Moms
A Talkback production for BBCtv
Dorothea Is now a young widow, following the death of her disagreeable husband
Casaubon, In the fourth episode of Andrew Davies 's six-part dramatisation of George Eliot 's novel.
However, she vows never to finish Casaubon's book, as his last vindictive act was to add a codicil to his will saying that she would forfeit all his property if she married Will Ladislaw.
Ladlslaw himself Is out of a job, after Brooke's political hopes are dashed, but his love for Dorothea prevents him from leavlngMlddlemarch. Lydgate finds marriage to Rosamond less delightful and more expensive than he Imagined, and Bulstrode Is visited by an old employee who knows a dark secret about his past.
Producer Louis Marks ; Director Anthony Page
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Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Sir James Chettam:
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Reports on the world of visual art, including The Cult of the Copy: would you pay E4,000 for a copy of an old master?
Presented by Sarah Dunant.
Crime drama about an opportunistic journalist who buys into a small-town newspaper and finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation.
Director Cy Endfield (1950)
The Geography Programme - Oases in the Desert.