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Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Highlights of the ladies' quarter-finals.
Last in the series of films starring
Barbara Stanwyck. Drama about a woman whose struggle with her addiction to gambling almost wrecks her marriage.
Director Michael Gordon (1949)
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Jill Dando reports on a two-week package trip to India.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Live coverage of this afternoon's matches which should include the men's quarter-finals.
With Sue Barker.
2.00,3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather
Regional News; Weather
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Ideas for picture making, including designing with a photocopier. With Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw.
A 20-part children's drama. Chocolate mousse and an important letter give Frew an idea.
Written by Matthew Graham.
A Zenith North production for BBCtv
Further coverage of the men's quarter-finals.
Rachael Polkinghome learns how to track long-haired fallow deer in the ancient Moreton Forest, near Ludlow. The deer have roamed the Marches area of the Forest for some years. Also in the programme, Ray Mears travels to Scotland to make a Highland breakfast with a difference; naturalist Richard Mabey demonstrates the techniques of "map worming"; and Mr Crabtree offers expert angling advice as he goes fishing for roach. Producer Kathryn Moore
Senes producer Colette Foster
"There was no better escape from the week's gloom, wrote
Allison Pearson in The Independent when Martyn Hesford 's outrageous northern comedy was first screened in 1992. Kenneth Cranham and Rachel Davies star as the parents of 19-year-old Marian Fairley , who finds a pair of women's knickers in her husband's laundry.
Outraged to think he is havingan affair, she takes the TV, the microwave and the baby, and moves in with her parents down the road. But an even bigger shock awaits her.
Producer George Faber Director Chris Bemard
Great Auntie Annie:
Dramas by new film-makers. Like/Dislike
An essay provokes a serious family disagreement. Writer/DirectorChris Boebel
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R B Kitaj is counted among the world's greatest living artists, a figurative painter from the generation that includes his friends David Hockney and Lucian Freud. This month the largest ever exhibition of his work opened at the Tate Gallery in London and will travel to Los Angeles and New York. He has never before agreed to be filmed and this Late Show special offers a unique insight into his life and work. He speaks frankly about his first sexual encounters in the brothels of Havana, his attitudes to erotica, his love of the movies, his Jewishness, exile and death - all the themes of his art.
His paintings celebrate the richness of his background, creating memorable images full of energy, colour and character. They are brought to life with his vivid story-telling and readings from his journals. A Rothschild-Auerbach production tor BBCtv
A project that offers hope for fatal genetic diseases, could also allow employers and insurers to practise a new form of discrimination.