6.20 Health: Visiting and the Family
Health visitors safeguard the health of children, but do they also interfere in private lives on behalf of the state?
6.45 Just in Time?: Restructuring Corporate America
Now three US companies are facing up to the economic challenges of the 1990s.
7.35 Global Tourism
Tourism generates money and jobs, but it can be damaging for the environment and local culture of popular destinations.
With signing, (Subtitled)
From Monday to Thursday this programme offers members of the public a chance to tackle politicians on current issues. Presented today by Sarah Baxter.
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9.00 Le Club: Bonjour (ages 9-12)
9.15 Teaching Today: Primary Science: Energy and Forces - Will It Stop?
9.45 Numbertime: Shapes - Circles (ages 4-5)
10.25 Cats' Eyes: Forces - Pushing and Pulling (ages 5-7)
10.40 Look and Read Special: Welcome to LRTV (ages 7-9)
11.00 Zig Zag: Wildlife Safari - Movement (ages 8-10)
11.20 Techno: Making It: The Kart (ages 11-14)
11.40 Job Bank: Long Distance Lorry Driver/Chef (ages 14+)
12.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales: Othello (ages 9-13)
A daily look at business news.
1.00 History File: The Making of the United Kingdom: 1500-1750 - Elizabeth and Her People (ages 14-16)
1.25 Landmarks: Exploration and Encounters - Early Civilisations (ages 9-12)
1.45 Words and Pictures: Andrew's Bath (ages 5-7)
From the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Including action from the beginning of the quarter-finals, with 13 frames still the winning target required to go on to the next round and two tables still in operation. Plus the launch of this year's Shot of the Championship competition. With David Vine and Dougie Donnelly.
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3.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)
3.50 News and Weather; Regional News; Weather
Continuing the Britain at War season of films, commemorating the British experience of the Second World War, is this drama starring Michael Redgrave, John Mills
1940: Peter Penrose, a young pilot who has just finished training, arrives at an RAF bomber station to experience both happiness and tragedy in the uncertain days ahead.
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-48
Miss Toddy Todd:
Squadron Leader Carter:
Rev Charles Moss:
Pilot Officer Prune Parsons:
Continuingthe series of programmes celebrating the centenary of the cinema in which people select their favourite movie moments.
Crime novelist P D James talks about herfavourite scene from the classic western Stagecoach. Plus British director Michael Winnerdiscusses the epic battle scene in Laurence Olivier 's Henry V. Another Close-Up follows Horizon at 8.50pm. Producer Nick Freand Jones
STATES OF MIND
Are people who hear voices necessarily mad? Traditional clinical psychology says yes, but a leading Dutch psychiatrist, Professor Marius Romme, argues that the voices people hear relate to their own thoughts and that they can learn to live with them. This film explores the arguments for focusing on what the voices say, rather than suppressing them with medication.
See today's choices.
Producer John Edginton ; Editor John Lynch
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More favourite moments from films.
American director Robert Rodrigues describes a dream sequence from Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, and British producer Stephen Woolley chooses a bank robbery scene from the cult classic Gun Crazy.
Drama documentary about the ideological battle fought in York at the beginning of the 19th century over the treatment of the mentally ill. Based entirely on original documents and eye-witness accounts, the programme traces the story of the campaign to expose the barbaric practices of the day, and of the dedicated reformers who challenged them.
See today's choices.
The latest news of the World Championship quarter-finals, from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Presented by David Vine.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More moments from everyday lives.
Reports on, and analysis of, the day's news and currents affairs stories. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
From the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Highlights from the first day of the quarter-finals, which continue tomorrow. With David Vine.
12.00 Engineering Materials: Hidden Power
When electricity supply cables are laid underground, how do the materials differ from those used in pylons? (Subtitled)
12.25am Design Principles: Symmetry
OU downloaded video. (Subtitled)
Reports on today's debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament. With Robert Orchard.