Yesterday in Parliament
A forest trail in Finland. Rpt .........
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Quinze Minutes (ages 11-13)
I'Ecole 3642536 9.15 Focus (ages 9-13) Life 4337130 9.25 Study Ireland:
Geography (ages 14-16) 3645623 9.45 Storytime (ages 4-5)
10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Technology:
Puppets Stereo 2631046 10.40 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) A Tongue in Yer Heid - Rosaleen 1317826 ll.OOCats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Light and Sound
11.15Ghostwriter(ages 10-12) Who Is
Max Mouse ? (part 3) 501159 11.45 The IT Collection (ages 16+) In Control 1380197 12.10 The Geography
Programme (ages 11-16)
1.00 The Geography Collection
(ages 16+) Baby Boom? 61928401 1.25 Zig Zag (ages 8-10) Food and Farming: Spring Stereo 30965826 1.45 YOU and Me (ages 3-5) Making Things
The craft of the organ builder. Rpt.
The first programme in five days of live filmingfocusingon the flamingos of the Great Rift
Valley, Kenya. Introduced by Simon King , Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott. See today's choices.
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AviSittO North Wales.
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live from Parliament. (Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather
News quiz with Martyn Lewis. Stereo 1
Cookery challenge, Stereo ........................
Paul Jones introduces musical highlights Of Pebble Mill. Revised rpt Stereo
The European Figure Skating
Championships from Dortmund, Germany. With the World
Championships only five weeks away, Britain's Steven Cousins bids to join the contenders alongside strong challengers from France and the Ukraine. Commentary by Alan Weeks. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Producer Alastair Scott ; Executive producer Jim
Reside Stereo 97
Starring Patrick Stewart
Unification (part 1). Captain Picard is surprised to learn that the legendary
MrSpock has gone on an unauthorised mission to Romulus, and decides to follow the Vulcan statesman. Will
Spock's intervention unite two hostile societies, or destroy them?
More live film from Kenya. With special infra-red cameras, Simon King, Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott discover the secrets of the African night, and look back on their first day among the clouds of flamingos on the soda lakes. See today's choices.
(Next programme tomorrow at 2.30pm)
The acclaimed 26-part documentary series on the Second World War.
In the final stages of the war, Hitler retreats to the Fuhrer's bunker and, betrayed by Himmler and Goering, decides on suicide. As the Allies advance on Germany's shrinking front lines, the Soviet army reaches Berlin first and raises the red flag. Narrated by Laurence Olivier.
First shown on ITV
Top chef Gary Rhodes continues his gastronomic journey around Britain, discoveringand cooking local produce. This week he is in Aberdeen, where he dons a survival suit to visit an oil platform and discovers how to make Cullen skink (a rich fish soup) at
Pennan, the village made famous in the film Local Hero. On the menu tonight are beef stew and dumplings, and smoked haddock with Welsh rarebit and tomato salad.
Producers Marion Allinson and Gabrielle Jackson
A BBC book. Rhodes around Britain, featuringthe recipes in the series, is available in hardback, price £ 17.99, and paperback, price 12.99.
In the last of the second round matches, the University of Liverpool takes on Robinson College, Cambridge. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
In a small town in the US, high-school buddies Cliff Petrie and Alex Cutlerare both in love with attractive, ambitious Lily Becker. But it's wealthy, college-bound Alex who wins her over, while Cliff can only yearn from afar - with tragic consequences.
Director Michael Tuchner (1989)
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Followed by In the National Trust
Chinese silkwallpaper, tellingthe story of tea, atSaltram House, in Devon.
With Peter Snow.
An adaptation of John Berger's Three Lives of Lucie Cabrol by the Theatre de Complicite recently opened in London's West End. Tonight's programme talks to John Berger about the piece and includes film of the company in rehearsal. Presented by Tracey MacLeod.
A review of the political day. Presented by Trevor Phillips.
Preceded by The Midnight News.
A chance to record secondary-school programmes. Tonight, History File - the Making of the United Kingdom 1500-1750: Elizabeth and Her People, The Religious Divide, The Political Divide, Oliver Cromwell: Hero or Villain, The Settlement.
Benefits Agency Today: the programme visits the south west and looks at preparations for one-person benefits service in Bath.