A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons by the BBC's Parliamentary team.
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
Choices. Job options and career decisions facing young people. (R)
5: Teenagers in Hamburg talk about their free time. (R)
Getting Around. (R)
A miscellany series for young children. One Minute More
Badger Girl. Lost on the moor. (R)
Two programmes to help lower-secondary pupils with presentation and organisation. iooA It Up and Memory Bank. (R)
Health Education. (R)
The Greenhouse Effect. Global warming and the consequences. (R)
A series for 7- to 9-year-olds. 3: Everything in the Garden. (R)
A look at the importance of measurements in science. (R)
Catalysis. 'No catalysts, then no chemistry, then no life'. (R)
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu presented by Sneh Gupta and Omar Salimi.
5: Shopping. Omar visits a grocery shop in Manchester.
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Green Claws thinks he has come up with a solution to a problem. With Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier. (R)
Churches and Chapels. Myfanwy Talog looks at buildings in Wales. Director William Davies
Producer Selwyn Roderick
A Teliesyn production for BBCtv
Weather followed by You and Me
One Minute More. See a chick hatching and a crane at work.
Presented by Annette Badiand with Simon Buckley , Frances Kay ,
Francis Wright , Richard Coombs. Producers Julie Callanan and Cas Lester (R)
David Vine introduces further coverage of the fourth round of the 1990 Rothmans Grand Prix from the Hexagon Theatre, Reading.
The magazine programme for the deaf community.
(Shown on Sunday at 12.05pm on BBC
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions and other business from the Lords and Commons. Presented by Vivian White. Commentary by Brian Curtois. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
Further coverage of the afternoon's play. The last two matches of the round are played this evening.
The programme for consumers of welfare and public services.
The Family. Helen Madden and Carmen Pryce investigate the child benefit system. Editor Frank Ash
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Geoff Hamilton shows that a greenhouse and paths can be fitted into even the smallest garden.
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Sam Dent sets off from Texas to
Brazil with a cargo of prize Brahma bulls for a wealthy Brazilian rancher. At Boa Vista, entrance to the treacherous Matto Grosso country, he learns that his client has been murdered.
Director William Castle
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The Nose. Topographical characters and a haunting soundtrack take us into director
Mike Walker 's nightmarish vision.
As the Education Secretary prepares to legislate on his proposals for a new history curriculum in our schools, this
Clean Slate special asks whether there has ever been a single agreed version of our national past and if facts can have any value without interpretation and understanding. Producer Niget Maslin
A Hawkeshead production for BBCtv
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Sarah Dunant and Tracey Macleod host tonight's programme, with discussion of the six shortlisted books and live coverage from
Guildhall in London as this year's winner of the Booker Prize is announced.
Director John Bush
Producer Julian Birkett
Starring Rita Rudner and her special guest Jennifer Saunders
Rita tries to buy a home in Beverly Hills and finds she has enough money to buy a tap.
With Helen Atkinson Wood ,
Morwenna Banks, Martin Bergman and Michael Fenton Stevens. Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
The first of three nightly programmes.
1: Leningradskaya (a Village in Southern Russia). Between 1928 and 1933 the Soviet state exterminated more than seven million of its own peasantry. In tonight's programme the peasants from one village in southern Russia tell of a tragedy that saw relatives and friends die in the name of Stalin. Series producer Tom Roberts
An October Films/PTV production for BBCtv (Tomorrow at 9.25pm 'Leningrad')
Peter Snow brings you the major stories of the day.
Jeremy Isaacs comes Face to Face with one of the world's most influential and controversial psychologists, Professor Hans Eysenck.
Producer Julian Birkett
The last 16 line-up will be completed by tonight's two remaining fourth-round matches. Introduced by David Vine. Commentary by Ted Lowe ,
Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Summarisers John Spencer and Ray Edmonds.