Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Stereo)
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Yesterday in Parliament..............
Spiders as hunters. Rpt ................
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16) Notre Planete Stereo 2868081 9.20 Mathsphere (ages 11-16) Robots
2855517 9.40 Thunderbirds in Hindi The Perils of Penelope (part 10)
9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
10.25 Teaching Today: IT for Primary Schools
10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Festivals and Celebrations
11.10 Healthe2 (ages7-11) In Control
11.30 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain Since 1930: Trouble and Strife?
11.50 Artshow (ages 8-11) Do It Yourself
12.10 Short Circuit (ages 14-16) Big Bang (Space)
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+)J Is for
Joyriding 53950159 1.25 History File (ages 11-14) The Makingof the United
1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Christmas Bear
Comedy drama starring Carol Burnett. Teacher! Teacher! Two short stories reflecting the relationship between student and teacher.
Carry On film compilation.
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Latest news, views and live coverage from Parliament. (Subtitled)
News quiz with Martyn Lewis.
The magazine from the BBC's Disability Programmes Unit reports on workplace bullying and the ambitions of disabled pilots. Stereo Subtitled .............................17
Esther Rantzen meets people with unique stories to tell, with a studio audience to debate the issues.
Word game with Paul Coia. Stereo .......7
Infamous outlaw Jesse James and his gang are cornered in a swamp following a failed bank raid. As James prepares to shoot his way to freedom, the story of his life of violence and crime is told by his family and loved ones.
Director Nicholas Ray (1957) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 69-76
Last month a Nigerian facing deportation fell to his death from a top-floor window as immigration and police officers entered his south London flat. He leaves a pregnant wife and two children. Meanwhile in the south east, there are 600 asylum seekers locked up in detention centres. Michael Delahaye asks whether the government's get-tough policy on immigration is breaching fundamental human rights.
A phone-in discussion of the issues raised in the programme follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed] after the programme.
(Repeated next Tuesday)
(Regional Programme: see variations below)
Belgian artist Magritte wasn't a surrealist, he was a social realist, according to Meades. Belgium is a country where the bizarre and the dreamlike are the standard currency of everyday life - as typified by the museums of underwear, penguins and ironing and the hazardous-sounding sport of vertical archery. It also happens to contain some of the finest suburban architecture in the world.
Quentin Willson tests BMW's new Compact - at Â£13,000 something of a step downmarket for the company, which reckons it can compete with small sporting hatchbacks like VW's Golf GTi or Citroen's ZX Voicane. Will it open up the pleasures of BMW motoring to a wider clientele or simply cheapen a highly respected brand? Also, Jeremy Clarkson finds out what it's like to drive a full racing-spec touring car when he takes Tiff Needell's Nissan Primera for a high-speed drive around the Oulton Park race circuit.
Investigations into the paranormal starring David Duchovny GiHian Anderson
Eve. In a quiet suburban street, neighbours find a man dead. He has lost four litres of blood. On the other side of America, another victim has also been drained of his blood. Mulder and Scully are startled to find that the two men had identical little girls.
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Fifth of six films exploring Britain's secret past from 1900 to 1960 through a combination of personal accounts and rare archive film.
Sexual Abuse. This programme documents the tragic experiences of five women and one man who were sexually abused as children. See today's choices.
Producer Steve Humphries
Executive producer Sam Organ
Followed by Tales from the Quilt
By the Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman Malcolm Bruce MP.
Shown at 9.30pm on BBC 1 and 10.40pm on ITV
An in-depth analysis of the day's major news. With Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson chairs tonight's review, which has a futuristic theme. With guests Allison Pearson , Tom Paulin and Tony Parsons.
Followed by The Midnight Hour
Aforthright series reviewingthe parliamentary day...................
The Big Budget. A special report for schools, produced in association with the Central Statistical Office, on the Chancellor's Autumn Budget.....