Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Stereo)
With signing. Subtitled ..................
Review of yesterday's debates in Parliament....................................
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16). La bonne assiette Stereo 7988960 9.20 Mathsphere(ages 11-16). Inside the Television Set 7908724 9.40
Thunderbirds in Hindi. The Perils of Penelope (part 9). 2756811 9.45Come Outside (ages4-5). Useful Holes.
10.25 TeachingToday. Art Classics
6055144 10.55 Watch (ages 6-7). Where We Live: By a River - Northern Ireland Stereo 1347057 11.10 Healthe 2 (ages 7-1 1). Fee/ing Groovy 3308328 11.30 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain Since
1930: The Swinging 60s? Stereo 6872453 11.50 Artshow (ages 8-11).
MovingPictures 3221786 12.10Short Circuit (ages 14-16). A Risky Business (Energy)
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+). Us for
Information 20924960 1.25 History File (ages 11-14). The Making of the United
Kingdom, 1500-1750: Cromwell -Hero or Vi'Jain? Stereo 87190076 1.45
Stoojune (ages 4-5). The Washerman and the Potter
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Comedy drama starring Carol Burnett. Jingle Belles. Two partners in a jingle writingteam face a dilemma when only one of them is offered a recording contract.
Carry On film compilation.
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Latest news, views and live coverage from Parliament. Subtitled .....................
News quizwith Martyn Lewis.
Furthercoverage from this afternoon's quarter-finals of the UK Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston. stereo .
Glenn Ford Utah 1863: When outlaw
Cheyenne Rogers rides into town the same day that a bank raid takes place, the finger of suspicion immediately points to him. Encouraged bythetown'ssheriff, and his love forthe daughter of a local stable-owner, Cheyenne vows to give up his life of crime. But with the townspeople roused into action by a series of robberies, he seems unable to escape his troubled past.
Director Charles Vidor ( 1943)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 69-74
Sheriff Steve Upton:
Uncle Willie MacLeod:
The mighty Rank Organisation has just received local planning permission for an L80 million holiday village to be built in the unspoilt woodlands of Lyminge in Kent. They say their village will provide 1,000 jobs forthe area and is a blueprint for environmentally sound tourism. Theiropponents disagree. Local residents, ornithologists and conservationists have joined forces with one of Westminster's most successful lobbyists to fight the plan. Jackie Spreckley reports.
A phone-in discussion of the issues raised in the programme follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed]after the programme.
Producer Andrew Weir : Editor Alison Rooper REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
The Truth about Porkies. Pigs have a bad name - we talk about "filthy pigs", "piggingout", "rotten swine", rooms "looking like pigsties". And the term
"pig", when applied to the police, isn't normally meant as a compliment.
Jonathan Meades visits his favourite beast in pigsties, back gardens, showgrounds and butchers' shops and sings the praises of an animal you can take to your heart.... literally.
Director Russell England; Series producer David F
Turnbull Rpt Stereo Subtitled .............
Steve Berry visits the East Los Angeles Car Show forthe low-down on Lowriders - a youth movement which embraces thousands of people from the city's large Hispanic community. In this unique form of car culture American cars from the 1 940s to the present day are extravagantly decorated with ornate gold-plated wheels, acres of velourand custom-designed murals. Deep-marine batteries are loaded in the boot and the suspension is ripped out and replaced with hydraulic jacks that mean the cars can bunny hop down the road on demand. And it's not just the cars - there's the lifestyle, clothes and music to match. Plus, Tony Mason reporting on the RAC Rally.
Producer Jon Bentley ; Executive producer
Investigations into the paranormal starring David Duchovny Gillian Anderson
Something crashes in the woods. The army say it's a foreign fighter with a nuclear payload and declare a state of emergency. Mulder doesn't believe them, and begins an unauthorised investigation. Scully finds herself helping a hard-pressed medical team dealing with appalling burns cases.
Fourth of six films exploring
Britain's secret past from
1900 to 1960 through a combination of personal accounts and rare archive film.
Homelessness. This programme tells the story of one of the most despised and neglected sections of society - the destitute homeless.
See today's choices.
Producer Steve Humphries ; Executive producer Sam Organ
Two video training packs are available to accompany the series. For information call [number removed]during office hours, or write to [address removed]
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
By the Labour Party.
Shown at 9.00pm on BBC 1 and 1 0.00pm on ITV
An in-depth analysis of the day's major news. With Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson chairs the weekly roundup of arts news, with panellists Tom Paulin and Tony Parsons.
Followed by The Midnight Hour
A forthright series reviewingthe parliamentary day