With British Sign Language interpretation by John Lee.
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.
Finding the right childcare at the right price is a major concern for working mothers. Presented by Glenda Jackson.
(R) (Ceefax Subtitles)
Le grand prix des apprentis. (R)
A miscellany series for young children.
Dibs is fed up when he feels like the odd-one-out. Presented by Isabelle Lucas with Francis Wright and Richard Coombs.
Simon Mayo presents a fast-moving introduction to the Christian faith for teenagers. (R)
A look at the importance of measurements in science. (R)
Mathematical investigations. (R)
Exploring alternative energy.
Animation with the voices of Ian Lavender, Jessica Martin, Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. (R)
Cartoon narrated by John Alderton. (R)
The same scene is made to feel frightening, magical or mysterious, depending on music.
followed by You and Me: Ganging Up (R)
See No Evil. From the earliest times the Japanese monkey has been a potent symbol. Its image pervades the country's art, religion and culture. But Japan's industrial miracle leaves little room for wildlife. Will the monkey still have a place in the Japan of the future? Producer David Cobham (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Prime Minister's questions and other business from the Lords and Commons. Presented by Vivian White. Commentary by Brian Curtois.
Regional News and Weather
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir with Jan Francis and Rob Heyland and Arthur Marshall with Joan Regan and Rabbi Lionel
Blue. Referee: Robert Robinson. (R)
Will the trade unions be the dinosaurs of the 21st century?
Ken Gill , General Secretary of the MSF (Manufacturing, Science and Finance union), thinks not and tells Anne Kelleher how they will survive to shape the future.
How to improve your snooker.
Dennis Taylor introduces his pupils to the secrets of successful potting.
A GM production for BBCtv
The live education magazine. This week, Jackie Spreckley explores the controversy over the introduction of specialised 'magnet' schools in the London Borough of Wandsworth, and John Buckley reports from New York on these schools designed to 'magnetically' attract bright and motivated pupils. In Platform,
Professor Stephen Hawking , author of the book A Brief History of Time, makes a plea through his computer for better facilities for the disabled. The programme also includes a report on 400 years of school uniforms. Producer Clare Brigstocke
Series editor Bernard Adams
(Repeated next Sunday on BBC 0 FAMILY: page 91
Marlene Dietrich , Arthur Kennedy When a young girl is savagely murdered, her cowboy fiance swears vengeance.
Director Fritz Lang
0 FILMS: pages 29-34
William Woollard reports from the Sunderland factory where the new
Nissan Primera is made and Jeremy Clarkson puts it through its paces.
Radio Times columnist Chris Goffey looks at the latest attempts to build intelligent cars which avoid accidents and Tony Mason visits a car museum in the south of France. Producer Jon Bentley Editor Tom Ross
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Fit to Drop. If exercise is good for you, does it follow that more is better? Not if you're one of the seemingly growing number of exercise addicts who can't do without a regular and strenuous physical 'fix'. Exercise addicts from around the country reveal the agony and the ecstasy of their extraordinary compulsion. Producer Christopher Terrill Editor Caroline Pick
0 GLORIA: page 22
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The Whole Hog. What do you say when you suddenly meet your ex-wife after ten years - and she is a he, and chairman of your company? Written by Graeme Garden.
Director Mike Newell Producer Trevor Evans
A Talkback production for BBCtv (R)
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With Francine Stock.
The best of live jazz from
The Late Show, including studio performances from the Stan Tracey Big Band, Ute Lemper, David Murray and Leon Redbone. Producer Mark Cooper
Ken Gill talks to Anne Kelleher about trade unions.