Series two. Dinah ventures into the headmaster's lair.
Plum gives a lecture.
Working It. An attractive tutor is hired for Junior.
Civil War western with Steve Cochran. Confederate raider
Quantrill is asked to destroy a Union arsenal, but he has plans of his own. Review page 61. Director Edward Bernds (1958. U)
Live coverage from the Liberal Democrat Party Conference.
Continues at 2.30pm. cs) BBC Parliament live coverage from 10.30am
A look at life on the rolling hills of the South Downs.
Business news presented by Adam Shaw.
Shelter's Million Children campaign. Shown Sunday BBC, 4.45pm DONATIONS: call free on [number removed]; send cheques (payable to Shelter) to
The landscapes and inspirational gardens of Britain.
More from the Liberal Democrat Party Conference. BBC Parliament live coverage from KOOam
West Yorkshire beckons for a couple that met on the internet. (Revised repeat)
Lesley Waters and James Tanner cook against the clock.
Caustic quiz. Then Party Conference Broadcast By the Liberal Democrat Party
8/10. Clarissa commandeers the sculpture tutor,
Keith and Ulrika confront emotions from their past, Nihal goes for a hand theme while John delights in masking tape and a rolling pin.
Accused of being a crook, a drunk, and selling visas for sex, Craig Murray put his career on the line. The former ambassador to Uzbekistan beat the charges, retired and stood against his former boss, foreign secretary Jack Straw , in the general election. John Sweeney follows Murray as he alerts voters to what he sees as Labour's complicity in torture overseas. Directors Esther Oxford and Giselle Portenier; Executive producer Fiona Stourton
Viewers' opinions and comments enjoy the spotlight.
6/8. Michaela wants to move on after her divorce. She goes about her normal life in outfits designed to change how colleagues, friends and men think of her. From meetings in a red power suit to golf in a fur bikini, will Michaela find a new outlook on life?
Producer Sasha Bates ; Series producer Gill Holmes
6/10. The sausages of Toulouse are sampled as Rick's glorious barge excursion continues through south-west France. Farther downstream, he creates France's most popular ready meal, the cassoulet.
Director/Producer David Pritchard Rick Stein 's onion tart, plus book offer: page 35
2/4. Race for Satellites. Once Hitler's leading rocket scientist, Wernher von Braun is in America and hopes to launch the world's first satellite. But his secret Soviet rival - designer Sergei Korolev - is prepared to gamble everything to be first in space.
Writer/Director Mark Everest ; Series producer Debbie Cadbury
2/8. Sir Alan Sugar of The Apprentice selects schmoozers and men who wear wigs. Paul Merton judges what will be fired into Orwellian oblivion.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
Things are still heated between Jennifer and Sandy but - to the chagrin of Apex - they won't tell them what went on in the boardroom.
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Claustrophobic drama starring
Ethan Hawke , Robert Sean Leonard and Uma Thurman.
In town to promote his latest film, Johnny arranges to meet up with Vince, a friend from high school. The conversation turns to a girl both dated, whom Vince has invited to join them. Review page 61.
Director Richard Linklater (2001, 15)
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Miller Shorts Arthur Miller discusses his plays, and stars including Warren Mitchell and Dustin Hoffman appear in extracts from memorable versions.
4.00 Priestley Shorts An Inspector Calfs from the point of view of designer, performer and director. Then Study Ireland Poetry. Writers discuss their work.