6.45 Introduction to Economics 6455216 7.10Toulouse:
Money and Power in Provincial France 6204281 7.35 The
Enlightenment: the Encyclopedie
Parliamentary update on Friday's proceedings in the Commons, committees and the Lords.
Examining the Durham tradition of growing giant, prize-winning leeks.
Pathe News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
9.05 Topics for Tuto ials 4563026 9.25JobBank:Tour leader/Selfemployment 4543262 9.45 Numbers Plus: Infant Maths 5803007 10.00 Go4,5:OurSpace
10.20 Music Time
4780281 10.45Thinkabout Science 1863281 ll.OOZig Zag 1881741 11.25The
3892378 12. 10 The Geography Programme: Shifting sands
5076378 12.30 Study Ireland: History 2071303 12.50
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20 Bump 58392200 1.25Melvinand Maureen's Music-a-Grams
1.40 Landmarks: Copingwiththe Climate
2.00 News Subtitled and Weather; followed by Numbers Plus: Infant Maths
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
Featuring shepherd and Northumbrian pipe-player Joe Hutton.
Songs of Praise
The Masters from Wembley Conference Centre.
Concluding frames of the second-round match between John Parrott and NealFoulds.
Visiting the autumn show in St Andrews.
All Guts, No Glory. Comedy.
Will registers for any class with attractive fellow students.
Cult animation. The crazy duo meet some weird beings.
(RepeatedonFriday at 12.10am)
50 Inspiring Ideas: Update 94 The first of six programmes taking a look at the world of work. This week, the team goes training with Norwich soccer star Chris Sutton and learns about life in the force with firefighter Craig Farrell. With Sarah Matravers , Steve Webb and Sumy Kuraishe. Series director Michael Wadding Series producer Danielle Lux
Billy Connolly continues his look at 500 years of Scottish art.
The French Connection. The lure of France proved irresistible as 19th-century Scottish painters flocked to Paris to study under the great masters and then headed south to the Mediterranean. The talent was world class - the "Glasgow Boys", the Scottish colourists and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Director/Producer Douglas Rae An Ecosse production for BBCtv
Death Wish - the Untold Story
Twenty years ago, two Scottish pathologists, Professor Andrew Wyllie and Sir Alastair Currie , came across cases of people whose skin cancer had cured itself. Later, they found patients who had made near-miraculous recoveries from what should have been terminal cancer. The patients had somehow escaped death when their cancer reversed Itself, healing naturally.
These chance cases led Wyllie and Currie to speculate on "programmed cell death", In which they suggest that the recoveries were the result of sick cells killing themselves, the implications of which could revolutionise cancer treatment.
"Sir Alastair Currie died last month, after the filming was completed," says Horizon editor Jana Bennett. "Sadly, he never saw the finished programme." Producer David Malone
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Fifth of six dramas on the black and Asian experience. Home and Away
Two black football fans form an uneasy alliance on the mean streets of London. But the exotic Phillipe has much to learn from Ellis. Poetry for one thing. With PatersonJoseph,
Jude Akuwudike and Gary Bridges. Written and directed by Danny Thompson Producer Greg Brenman
A Crucial production for BBCtv
Suspense drama starring Tommy Lee Jones
After serving time for a murder he didn't commit, Billy McCain returns home anxious to meet his 12-year-old daughter for the first time. But he has a secret that puts their lives at risk.
Director Tom Rickman (1984)
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Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
With Jeremy Paxman.
Authors John Grisham and Scott Turow are among the contributors to Mark Lawson 's report from the USA on the rise of the legal thriller.
Editor Michael Poole
A chance to record secondary school material. Tonight: five programmes about Search Out Science.