With signing, subtitled ..................
Review of yesterday's debates in Parliament
Note: schools' half-term repeats.
9.00 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16). Notre environnement.
9.20 Mathsphere (ages 11-16). Would You Believe It?/Compact Costing
5460060 9.40 Thunderbirds in Hindi.
6605553 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5). Auntie Mabel cleans the house.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
10.25 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12). A Crime Of Two Cities (part 1).
10.55 Watch (ages 6-7). Natural History: Autumn Stereo 5731027 11.10 In Living Memory (ages 14-16). GettingThere.
9837282 11.30 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain since 1930. Stereo
4735973 11.50The Art (ages 11-14). The Art ofliving Things.
12.10 Short Circuit (ages 14-16). Fatal Addiction (Smoking).
More business news. .......................
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+). E Is for
Ecstasy. Stereo 81950176 1.25 History File (ages 11-14). Expansion, Trade and Industry. Britain 1750-1900.
80560060 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5). Big, Bad Barney Bear.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
A tribute to Henry Fonda, hosted by his daughter Jane. With contributions from Peter and Shirlee Fonda, Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart
Followed by Westminster Live Live coverage from the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's
Questions. Subtitled .....................
News quiz about events on this date in years gone by. With Martyn Lewis. .......
The return of the magazine series made by the BBC's Disability Programmes Unit. Today, the lives and hopes of disabled people in South Africa. Subtitied ..........
Home decoration and furnishingtips. With Caroline Quentin.
Word game with Paul Coia.
An Indian scout finds himself caught up in a battle between the Sioux
Indians and the US cavalry when he shelters the beautiful Wahleeah, who's beloved by the Sioux chief.
Director Gordon Douglas (1959) * FILM REVIEWS pages 75-79
Details as above.
Repeated on Tuesday REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
The Battle of the Buses
The Stagecoach bus company is the runaway success of bus privatisation. It carries more passengers on the South Coast than any other operator and last month took over one in five London buses. How did it achieve this position? And could it drive a double decker bus through the government's safeguards and gain a monopoly?
Southern Eye scrutinises the methods of Britain's biggest bus company.
A phone-in discussion on the issues raised in Southern Eye will follow immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Solent, Southern Counties, Kent, Oxford and GLR.
Repeated on Tuesday
... at the Leading Edge. Climbing has developed immeasurably since the days of the Victorian pioneers. Now elite climbers like Dave Cuthbertson, Graeme Ettle and Rab Anderson are relentlessly pushing standards ever higher. For the first time, film cameras see these climbers attempting extreme snow and ice routes on both Ben Nevis and in the northern comes of the Cairngorms. Presented by Cameron McNeish.
Series producer/Director Richard Else ; Executive producer David Taylor
Jeremy Clarkson hands over the driving seat to Michael Schumacher, who pushes the new Ford Mustang to the limit round Silverstone. Ford don't think it will sell in Britain. Jeremy begs to differ. He thinks it's one of a growing number of cars that would find eager buyers if only their manufacturers' marketing "boffins" would let them into the country. Plus Steve Berry on the latest motorcycle from MZ, formerly an East German company regarded in motorcycling circles with about the same degree of enthusiasm that Lada and Skoda generate among car buffs. But their new British-designed bike, the Skorpion, is set to change all that.
Residents of Ladywood in Birmingham's inner city were amazed when theirestate was chosen as the settingfora film about Shakespeare. Theatre director Michael Bogdanov spent three weeks persuading local people to perform Shakespeare.
Director Penny Woolcock; Executive producer
SamOrgan Stereo Subtitled ............
BARD ON THE BOX
post that mentions
A Regimen of Health. Continuingthe brief guide to life in Shakespeare's
England. Doctors Phil Hammond and Tony Gardner offer health tips Elizabethan style.
Director Deborah Wignall ; Series producer Mark
Fielder Stereo Subtitled ...................
Another chance to see some classic moments from the series. With
Ron Bain , Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , John Sparkes and Jonathan Watson.
ProducerColinGilbert Rpt ....................
Followed by Bard on the Box Readings from Shakespeare
With Jeremy Paxman.
Mark Lawson introduces the roundup of the week's cultural events. With panellists Allison Pearson , David Baddiel and Tony Parsons.
Offbeat drama starring
Driven by necessity to banditry,
Francisco Manoel da Silva becomes
Cobra Verde (Green Cobra). His amorous adventures cost him the chance of a good life in Brazil, and he is sent to West Africa.
Director Werner Herzog (1988) ............. # FILM REVIEWS pages 75-79
Francisco Manoel da Silva: