Shown yesterday on BBC1 at 5.10pm.
The latest Parliamentary news.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The French Collection: Grands Personnages
9.25 See You, See Me: See 1960s
(ages 7-9) (Stereo)
9.45 Watch: Famous People
10.25 Come Outside: Apples
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)
10.45 Teaching Today: Primary Science
11.15 Le Club: Mes Amis
11.30 Ghostwriter: Ghost Story: Part 5
With signing and subtitles.
(Shown Sunday on BBC1 at 10.00am)
1.00 Teaching Today: Art Classics
1.30 Showcase: Early Years
1.40 Thunderbirds in Hindi: The Perils of Penelope: Episode 5
1.45 You and Me: Emergency!
A 13-part series charting worldwide conflict.
The origins of the Second World War, from the invasion of Abyssinia by Italy in 1935.
(Part 2 is on Thursday at 2.10pm)
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage of today's Parliamentary business.
Presenter (Westminster with Nick Ross):
Fourth quarter-final of the quiz.
The cookery game show.
Esther Rantzen and her guests discuss pornography.
Antiques auction game, presented by Andy Craig , with Jilly Goolden and Eric Knowles.
Will is introduced to the delights of the country club and beautiful Mimi Mumford.
Danielle decides to leave school after being offered a job in television. Meanwhile, Yola becomes jealous of Joe's relationship with an old flame.
Lisa I'Anson presents the series in which celebrities discuss fictional dilemmas faced by teenagers, based on real-life situations.
Tonight, Donna Air (Charlie from Byker Grove) and actor and singer Sean Maguire offer their advice to the agonised parties. Joe has broken up with Debbie, but then finds himself the object of both her sister's and her mother's affections; and Becky has been betrayed by Martin but is under pressure to help him. (Stereo)
Stephanie Pain has just started her first term at Sheffield Hallam University. But will the course live up to expectations, and if she runs into difficulties, will help be available? With more students leaving university before graduating, The Knowledge investigates what steps universities can take to reverse this trend. Last in the series.
The Dolphin Opera
Tonight's programme examines what relevance opera can have to those who live in inner city areas. Arion and the Dolphin, a community opera, was put on in Plymouth, Devon, after being commissioned by the English National Opera Baylis Programme. It was composed by Alec Roth , and the libretto written byVikram Seth. The programme follows the reactions of two of the primary school children who took part as the opening night approaches. Producer Penny Bowles; Director Nadia Haggar
Tonight, Rick Stein is in Padstow on one of the most important days of the year for the Cornish fishing town. Last in the series.
See today's choices.
Bob and Terry chat up a couple of pretty girls - just to see if the old magic is still there.
A look at the United Nations.
Michael Ignatieff follows the UN's Secretary General, Dr Boutros Boutros Ghali on a tour of several African states. Meanwhile, in the former Yugoslavia, the authority of the United Nations continues to be eroded, as UN-designated safe havens come under threat from the Bosnian Serbs.
See today's choices.
Dr Boutros Boutros
With Peter Snow.
Winner of the International Jury Prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival, Ken Loach's new film, Land and Freedom, is an impassioned account of the Spanish Civil War.
Loach on Location went to Spain during the shooting of the film to observe the director and cast at work. Screenwriter Jim Allen and historical adviser Andy Durgan are among colleagues who discuss the themes of the film and Loach's working methods.
Political chat show, tonight hosted by Sarah Baxter.
12.30 Duccio The Rucellai Madonna
1.00 The Palazzo Publico, Siena
1.30 The Spanish Chapel, Florence
2.00 Sex Education/Landmarks
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
4.30 Read and Write Together
5.00 Italia 2000
5.30 Film Education: Pocahontas-Fact... Legend... Film
6.00 Computing for the Less Terrified: Spreadsheets and Accounts
6.30 Computing for the Less Terrified: Graphics
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