A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
A threeç-part mini series tracing a year in the life of an American family, the Gardners.
2: Spring and Autumn. Joe prepares for his bicycle race as Sam has to come to a final decision about his marriage to Debbie and his overwhelming love for Kay. Anne discovers she is pregnant while
Lindley awaits the birth of her first baby, and Jack is introduced to the business world. (R)
(For cast see Tuesday. Final part tomorrow at 9.00am)
Actor Patrick MacNee features in today's edition of the fast-moving American entertainment magazine.
Power Play. An escapee from a mental institution demands the secret of the invisible man, Dan Westin (David McCallum ). (R)
Barbara Stanwyck Robert Preston
A woman is caught rolling loaded dice in a dark back alley. When her estranged husband David arrives, he recounts the story of her seductive and self-destructive addiction.
Director Michael Gordon
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Animation featuring Spot the dog. (R)
Perminderpal Gill and Brian Jameson read Lost in Town by Peter Bonnici. With Floella Benjamin. (R)
Restoring life to Britain's polluted rivers, and producing leather in the Highlands of Scotland.
Weather followed by Border Run
In May 1975, Jon Swain arrived at a border post between Cambodia and Thailand. For nearly three weeks he'd been trapped in the French Embassy in Phnom Penh not knowing whether he'd get out alive. Many people who survived the Khmer Rouge terror and crossed the same frontier ended up trapped in a refugee limbo. Swain - 1989
I nternational Reporter of the Year - retraces his steps to the frontier to report on the lost people who exist in its shadow.
Director Gerry Troyna
Executive producer George Carey
The fourth of five carols from the choir at Ely Cathedral.
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Up-to-the-minute coverage of today's Parliamentary highlights including Question Time and the select Committees in action.
Presented by Vivian White.
Regional News and Weather
The word game with Paul Coia.
Beverly Anderson chairs a debate on current social questions.
including Almost an Angel, starring Paul Hogan (Crocodile Dundee), and Sylvester Stallone talks about his latest incarnation as Rocky.
Wall of Death. A look at driftnets. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Starring Patrick Stewart
Datalore. Stardate 41242.4: The
Enterprise travels to a planet in the Omicron Theta star system, where they discover Data's 'brother'.
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The newest dance chart, the DJ mix of the week and the video vote.
Presented by Normski.
Autobiography of the USA A view of American history.
A Maverick/Perigee production for BBCtv
Sport and Leisure. Football, racing and golf are the biggest employers in professional sport. Tonight's interviewees include England footballer David Platt , and Olympic medallist Linford Christie.
Presented by Raj Dhanda and Lindsay MacRae.
Director/Producer Jo Wright
A Diverse production for BBCtv
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Dave Stewart , Vanilla Ice and the Hit Men are among this week's guests. Presented by Antoine de Caunes.
Executive producers Alex Berger and Tim Newman
An N B de C production for BBCtv
Digging Up Trouble. The traditional idea that people first entered the Americas 12,000 years ago is under attack. Archaeologist Paul Bahn investigates the controversial claim that the first
Americans were actually Brazilian. Producer Dana Purvis
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Maths, Music and Mandelbrot Explores the pictorial world of fractals.
Producer David Malone
Plus, this month's cartoon
Perspective is of doctors who keep patients waiting.
Editor Caroline van den Brul
The Red White Blues. Everyone except Klinger (Jamie Farr ) is interested in the Colonel's (Harry
Morgan) battle to reduce his blood pressure. (R)
The last part of an original thriller by Paula Milne. Starring Miranda Richardson
Revolution Recycled. Sidonie and Lomax confront the enigmatic Karin Muller. Stefan faces up to
Bellenberg, who seems to have Karin, Gunther Beck and the children in a trap. Can Lomax find a way out?
Producer Michael Wearing Director Rob Walker
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Personal view of a current debate.
With Peter Snow.
Stansted. The new terminal at
Stansted Airport, due to open next year, was designed by Sir Norman Foster and is already being described as a 'modern classic'. Producer John Bush