Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Subtitles)
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Yesterday in Parliament..............
Series about mature people........
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Ratio and Scale 1127906 9.20 Mathsphere Special (ages 12-16) Money
9.40 You and Me: English/Punjabi (ages 3-5) Presents 5162890 9.45 Come
Outside (ages 4-5) Toothpaste
With Chris Jarvis. (Stereo)
Playdays: The Patch Stop
Presenter (Children's BBC):
10.25 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Who Is
Max Mouse? (Episode 1) 3061744 10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Natural History - Winter 7459971 11.10 Healthe2 (ages 7-11) Digestion Stereo 3446180 11.30
Landmarks: Portrait of Britain (ages 9-12) Skye - a Scottish Island
3797267 11.50 Mad about Music (ages 1 1 -14) Rhythms 9807074 12.10Short Circuit (ages 14-16) Survivors
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) L Is for Love 34854513 1.25 History File (ages 11-14) The Era of the Second World War
51432451 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) The King with Dirty Feet
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Celebratingthe lives of people over 50.
Magazine made by disabled people featuring a mixture of current affairs and comedy
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross Live coverage from Parliament.
Regional News; Weather
Quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Ruth Mott makes afternoon tea.
More drama from the wards in Sheffield.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Animal Frat. 190ctober, 1967:Sam becomes Knut "Wild Thing" Wileton, the craziest fraternity brother on campus who must prevent a fellow student from makingafatal mistake.
With Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell.
In the second programme in the series of extreme sports, Greg Riffi attempts the world's longest ever bungeejump from a helicopterflyingat 450 metres, and Patrick De Gayardon and Franck Konrad free fall from a wall of smooth rock - at 3,000 feet the world's highest waterfall - the Angel Falls in Venezuela.
Producer Tony Rayner
Tom has a minor heart flutter and is convinced he's dying. So Diana is recruited to cheer him up.
Written by Michael Aitkens
Director/Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Making a Million
Tycoons Anita Roddick, of Body Shop, and David Quayle, formerly the "Q" in B and Q, talk to four young business people from the south, as this week's programme asks why small businesses have been failing to provide the growth and jobs the government hoped for.
Repeated next Tuesday
The Last Taboo
Cemeteries in the-south east are in crisis. The most densely populated region of Britain is running out of burial space. But the solution - "dig 'em deep and stack 'em high," accordingto one expert - challenges our sensibilities about death and questions our right to rest in peace. A phone-in discussion of the issues raised follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed] afterthe programme. Producer Joanna Burge ; Editor Alison Rooper
Repeated next Tuesday REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
Third of a six-part series looking at how technology has shaped and molded the modem city.
A Big Stink. Odourless, hygienic, sanitised - cities, especially London, were not always so. Using comic dramatisations and computer graphics, the programme provides a history of the WC and reveals the enormous Victorian sewerage system lurking beneath the city that was built to cope with all the waste. Producer Frank Prendergast
Third of a six-part series in which Jeremy Clarkson tours the world looking at other motoring cultures.
Detroit. Also known as the Motor City and Motown this city hasfaced its share of ups and downs. But as Jerermy Clarkson finds, a pulse still beats in the heart of Detroit.
See today's choices.
EBE. Mulderand Scully investigate a UFO sighting in Tennessee, but their witness changes his story. Not only that, he is showing symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome, though he claims he did not fight in the desert war. Mulder and Scully find themselves up against a foe with formidable resources.
Third of a six-part documentary series that goes behind the scenes of the selection process of different jobs.
The Ship's Entertainment Officer. Four candidates are invited for a 12-day trial on P&O cruise 406 to the Med. Only one will be asked to stay on. See today's choices.
Producer Jane Treays ; Executive producer
Edward Mirzoeff * See This Week: page 9
Followed by In the National Trust The Grand "Norman" Staircase at
Penrhyn Castle, north Wales.
Mark Lawson , Allison Pearson and Tony Parsons discuss the highs and lows of the week in the arts.
Political review with Andrew Neil.
Preceded by The Midnight News