6.20 Databases: CaringforData 7147546 6.45Muscles-a Question of Fuel Supply
7.10 Introduction to Economics 3941188 7.35 The Present in the Past: Greek Drama
9.00 Lernexpress 2
9.15 Spain Means Business
9.45 Watch: Families
10.00 Look and Read
10.20 Around Scotland
10.40 Over the Moon
10.55 Science Challenge
11.15 English Express
11.35 Great Experiments
12.00 English File
12.30 Scene: Bhangra Girls
Written by Nandita Ghose
1.00 Short Circuit
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis
1.30 The Adventures of Buzzy Bee and Friends
1.40 English Time
2.00 News Subtitled and Weather
Words and Pictures
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Highlights from the weekend's Open University programmes.
Introduced by Helen Rollason wth Brendan Foster.
Action from the opening day of the European Indoor Championships in Paris. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
Reflections on England's midweek match with Denmark. Plus a look ahead to the weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals.
Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Mark Wilkin
Including at 3.00
News Subtitled and Weather
Presented by Martyn Lewis.
Jenni Murray explores how relationships can go wrong.
Further action from the European Indoor
Championships, including live coverage of the men's 60m and women's
In the shifting sands of the Dubai desert, Jeremy Clarkson puts five leading off-roaders to the test and finds out if British is best. Tiff Needell tests
Vauxhall's new executive car, the Omega, and Chris Goffey reports on the highlight of the historic racing calendar, the Coys Festival at Silverstone. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
BBC Top GearClassic and Sportscar Show from 30 April to 2 May at NEC. Birmingham. For ticket details ring 02 1-
Crater 101. A team from
Spectrum undertakes a hazardous project on the moon.
A young American tourist leads Napoleon and Illya on a desperate quest to retrieve a secret formula.
The Manchester students hold a party to welcome their two new housemates.
Director Rod Parker
Producer Elizabeth Murphy
A review of the week's press, tonight by Paul Foot.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Followed by Video Nation
No More 2.4
The first of a three-part series on the modern family, presented by Francine Stock. Little Britons. Recent revolutionary changes in family life have transformed the lives of children - but often for the worse. Niall Dickson investigates some of the victims of change.
Producer Margaret Magnusson
Clement Freud interviews
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Geoff Hamilton sows artichokes and cardoons at
Barnsdale, Stephen Lacey looks at the seasonal drama of leaves at Powys Castle, and Liz Rigbey visits the Channel Island gardens of Sark. Executive producer Tony Laryea
Series producer Laurence Vulliamy A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
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The crew of the Red Dwarf awake one morning to discover that they cannot remember anything from the past few days.
A Paul Jackson production for BBCtv
Why do men tell mother-in-law jokes? Why do daughters-in-law find their husband's mother difficult to deal with? Other cultures seem to manage the relationship better, so is it a peculiarly British problem?
Shown just two days before Mothering Sunday, this documentary takes a semi-serious look at the least popular of our relations. Using clips from comics such as Les Dawson and Mike Reid, as well as from films and sitcoms, comedian Tom O'Connor, agony aunt Irma Kurtz and marital psychotherapist Judy Hildebrand offer their opinions on this phenomenon.
And people tell of their personal experiences of mothers-in-law including Beryl Bainbridge who was nearly shot by hers and, possibly most extraordinary of all, the man who married his.
The history of the bra. Producer Ann Hawker
Series producer Mark Hamson
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
The background to today's top news stories. Presented by Peter Snow.
Comedian Eddie Large and television presenter
Mandy Smith are this week's guests on the comedy game show.
Presented by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel.
Director Peter Orton
Producer Andy Jacobs
Cult animation featuring a grouchy chihuahua and his feline sidekick.
Drama based on a story by Tennessee
Williams, starring Marlon Brando
This Oscar-winning film about the disastrous relationship between a fading Southern belle and her brutish brother-in-law turned Marlon Brando into the biggest star in Hollywood. His performance introduced a new style of acting that was to influence a generation - both on and off the screen.
Director Elia Kazan (1951)