6.20 Maths: Area Games
6.45 The Sassetti Chapel, Santa Trinita
7.10 Education: The Trouble with Science
7.35 Our Health in Our Hands
Parliamentary programme in which viewers get the chance to set the day's political agenda. Today's edition is presented by Bernard Ingham.
(For details see Monday)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Christianity in Today's World: Christianity in a Changing World (ages 11-16)
9.25 Landmarks Extra: Columbus - Across the Ocean Sea (ages 9-12)
9.45 You and Me: Wishing (ages 3-5)
The playbus stops at the Playground Stop, and Zoe Ball and the children discover the colours of the rainbow. (Rpt) (Stereo)
10.25 Le Club: Ma Famille (ages 9-12)
Toby Anstis looks at family life, in French.
10.45 The Experimenter: Forces (ages 7-9)
11.05 Space Ark: Forces (ages 7-11)
11.15 Movable Feasts: The Sales (ages 7-11)
Drive - Islam, a birthday party gets out of hand.
11.30 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales: Romeo and Juliet (ages 9-13)
Presenter (Le Club):
The series for people with hearing problems.
(Signed and subtitled)
(Shown Sunday, 10.00am on BBC1)
A daily look at the latest business and consumer news
1.00 Teaching Today: Primary Science: Energy and Forces - Will it Stop?
A look at a workshop for teachers.
1.30 Q and A
Primary programme highlights
1.45 Numbertime: Shapes - Circles (ages 4-5)
An introduction to early mathematical skills.
Cartoon adventures of a forgetful but enthusiastic frog. (Rpt) (Stereo)
From the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Action from the second day of the quarter-finals. With Dougie Donnelly.
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament, plus all the latest news and views.
3.50 News and Weather (Subtitled) (news; Regional News; Weather)
Presenter (Westminster with Nick Ross):
Further quarter-final coverage from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
American comedy series about a young man who goes to live with wealthy relatives in the LA suburb of Bel Air.
Lisa is surprised at Will's proposal of marriage but feels that in his current state, recovering from a bullet wound, it would be unfair to turn him down. (Continues last week's story) (Stereo)
A hard-hitting drama series set in a Sydney inner-city high school.
With George going back to Greece for a while, Nick and Effie move in with Con but become concerned when Con's father runs into business trouble.
Rivers is suspended after being accused of sexually harassing a new teacher, Sam, and Steve falls for a wealthy young woman. (Stereo)
The Princess of Wales, Elton John and Lena Zavaroni have all had eating disorders. Anorexia and bulimia - the condition in which sufferers binge then purge themselves either by vomiting or using laxatives - are both on the increase. Tonight, as part of the BBC's mental health season, children's TV presenter Michaela Strachan tells Professor Anthony Clare about her teenage anorexia. Michaela recalls her first day at dance school, when her teacher told members of the group that they were either "too fat" or "too thin". From then on, she found that she could survive on less and less food and, eventually, discovered she wasn't hungry. After returning from a tour in Canada, her family saw she was markedly thinner, and were alerted to how serious the problem had become.
(The next programme in the series is on Thursday at 10.10pm)
Documentary series that focuses on issues of current concern to the Asian community.
Tonight, East reports on the soft-porn magazines appearing on newsagents' shelves that feature Asian women and men in nude and provocative poses. The young people modelling for the magazines, many of which are Asian-owned, risk rejection and isolation from their communities.
Some members of the Asian community are calling for a ban on the magazines, but with hardcore pornography featuring Asian couples now appearing, are they fighting a losing battle? The issue highlights a generation gap between British-born Asians and their families, and how the lure of big money is, for some, more persuasive than traditional values.
A series of six stories following a South London community mental health team as they attempt to help patients survive without long-term confinement in psychiatric hospitals.
John Baptist is a young black man who believes he was born white with blue hair and that the Queen is his aunt. He has a history of paranoid schizophrenia but seems to be managing well in his own flat, and has never harmed or threatened anyone. Even so he is forcibly committed to a psychiatric hospital. It is the start of a bitter fight as the doctors try to use drugs to eradicate his "inappropriate beliefs".
(The next programme is on Thursday at 8.00pm)
Writers and performers Richard Herring and Stewart Lee present the third of their six-part, sketch-based comedy show. This week: a giant rabbit, three ghost mice - and a further attack on the people of Somerset. With Peter Baynham. Directors Steve Bendelack and John L Spencer
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The latest action from Sheffield. With David Vine.
First in a series of 12 daily snapshots of the stones told in VE Day photographs. (Subtitled)
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of today's action from Sheffield.
12.00 The Bathers by Ozanne and Renoir
Contrasting approaches to painting nudes
12.25 Computer Aided Design: Modelling and Analysis
OU downloaded video.
With Robert Orchard.