Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Subtitled)
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Yesterday in Parliament..............
A look at irritating mites and ticks.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Ici Paris (ages 12-14) Paris Jeune
9.15 Access to Learning - Go for It! Where We Live
9.30 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Algebra
9.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Christmas Bear
With Chris Jarvis.
10.00 The Roundabout Stop.
10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Festivals and Celebrations Stereo 7007059 10.40
Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Bruce's Scotland: A Nation Again
11.00 How to Make Your Own Video
Report 9138108 11.15TeachingToday: ITfor Primary Schools
11.45 The Science Collection (ages 16+) KillorCure 6620092 12.10The
Geography Programme (ages 11-16) Oases in the Desert (part 2)
More business news........................
l.OOTheSpanish Collection (ages 16-18) Stereo 20793092 1.25ZigZag(ages8-10) Anglo-Saxons Stereo 87969108 1.45
YOU and Me (ages 3-5)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Revised rpt of Sunday at 6.35pm on BBC
Marti Caine looks at schools around the turn of the century and Valerie Singleton follows a pensioner campaigningfor improved state pensions.
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
NewsquiZ. Stereo .................................
Two top chefs have 20 minutes to create new recipes.
Discussion show. With Esther Rantzen.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Starring Patrick Stewart
The Mind's Eye. En route to a seminar on Risa, Geordi is kidnapped and brainwashed. While a double replaces him at the conference, he is subjected to mind-altering experiences designed to transform him into a killing machine.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
The fourth of seven torturous experiences of everyday life.
Driving Test Hell. Mark Lamarr asks about the perils of the Highway Code and racing driver Damon Hill tells how he turned left, left and left again instead of right but still managed to pass his motorbike test. Jo Brand 's examiner was so big she thought her car could not cope with them both.
Trading places this week are a pupil from a select private school and one from an inner-city comprehensive, a real-life Working Girl and her boss, and a carefree cocktail waiter and a father of five. With Lily Savage.
Producer Ian Tonge ; Series producer Neil Crombie
A compelling study of personal ambition versus the good of the state. Animated in the familiardrawn cartoon style but in the bold and traditional Russian manner.
Screenplay by Leon Garfield ; Director Yuri Kulakov
Series editors Martin Lamb and Penelope Middelboe
Documentaries by film-makers from around the world.
The Singing Apes of Khao Yai Life is good for the baby lar gibbon. As the youngest member of a close-knit family group, it is cared for by mum and dad. They even singto protect it, for gibbons proclaim their living space, rich in the foods needed by their growing young, with loud piercing duets. But when baby reaches its big brother's age it faces the dilemma common to adolescents the world over - when is it time to leave home?
Producer Sarah Cunliffe
* Musical monkeys: page 31
In tonight's round of the student quiz King's College, London, meets
Lampeter, Wales. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Jenny Dodd ; Producer Kieran Roberts
Tears ofJoy. Troubles are building up for Grace when Quentin's behaviour forces herto take him to see an idiosyncratic child therapist - but who can she consult about her break-up with Ryan? With Brett Butler.
Third of six travel documentaries featuring leadingwriters and performers.
Juliet Stevenson crosses Morocco tracing the journey of one of her favourite authors, the wild and passionate Isabelle Eberhardt. See today's choices.
Producer Celia Lowenstein ; Series producer
AlanBookbinder Stereo Subtitled ...
Followed by Tales from the Quilt
Stories connected with the huge quilt made as a stunning tribute to those killed by Aids,
By the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown. Shown at 9.30pm on BBC and 10.40pmonlTV Subtitled .................
With Jeremy Paxman.
A report on the people whose job it is to predict the future, from astrologers to financial analysts, weathermen to fashion buyers. How do they make the decisions which colour everyone else's lives?
Followed by The Midnight Hour
A chance to record programmes for teachertraining. TeachingToday. Language in the National
Benefits Agency Today: the magazine programme (for recording and viewing later) visits BA head office in Leeds and Hemsworth local office. With signing and subtitles.