How change-resistant are British companies? This programme looks at steps being taken in some enlightened British firms to redefine workplace attitudes and management structures.
Daily recorded version of BBC1's 7am News, including signing and subtitles. (Stereo)
Daily animation. Troy dreams that the crew is on a mission.
Shown last Friday, BBC1. (Stereo)
(Shown yesterday at 6.10pm on BBC1)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Christianity in Today's World
(ages 11-16) (Stereo)
9.25 Movable Feasts: Tough at the Bottom - Christianity
(ages 7-11) (Stereo)
9.40 Square One
10.25 Hotch Potch House: Melting and Freezing
10.45 Look and Read: Spywatch - Surprise
11.05 Zig Zag: Where You Live, Where I Live
11.25 Technology Starters: One-to-One Communications
11.40 English Time: Media File
(ages 11-14) (Stereo)
12.00 History File
Daily business news.
1.00 History File
1.20 Landmarks: Coping with the Climate
(ages 9-12) (Stereo)
1.40 Storytime: I Want My Dinner/Food
Ravi is thrilled by a raft Josh has made for him. (Rpt)
Drama starring Lee Remick
While on holiday in Turkey, Gene LePere is arrested for smuggling and thrown into a Turkish prison
(Postponed from 26 February)
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Including at 3.00 News; Regional News and Weather
Daily nostalgia quiz.
Daily cookery game show.
Jenny Agutter and Jack Wild join Esther Rantzen for a discussion of the pros and cons of childhood fame.
Real-life drama in a Hampshire village. Debbie goes into premature labour.
(Next episode tomorrow at 5.30pm)
(First shown on ITV)
(Postponed from Friday 1 March)
Well-known people look back on a significant moment in their lives. Jan Francis visits the Royal Opera House, where she recalls her decision to swap ballet for acting.
(Postponed from Monday 26 February)
Brogan is injected with a deadly serum to enforce his co-operation in the race to recover an alien lifeform.
Last in the series.
Last in the eight-part travel series.
After weeks of fun, Ade's trip ends on a poignant note when, in Senegal with Paul, he visit Goree island, the centre of the West African slave trade where relics of the inhumane practices survive. Helen and Alison are captivated by shy orang-utans in Borneo and the view at sunrise from the summit of South-East Asia's highest mountain. Andrew and Matt conclude their Cuban jaunt on the beach at Varadero before meeting a group of English socialists who are more interested in bottles of rum than bouts of backbreaking labour.
Muriel Gray presents a twice-weekly series in six parts on photographic collections that provide an archive of social history.
Rosemary Wheeler explains how she came to acquire 4,000 wedding snapshots, while student Steve Bull collects unsold holiday camp photos.
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The series continues tonight at 10.15pm.
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Six men deliver their controversial views on the male role in modern society.
Academic Warren Farrell, once a strong supporter of the feminist movement, now uses years of research to argue that men earn less than women and are more likely to become victims of violence.
(The series continues on Wednesday at 7.50pm)
Muriel Gray looks at two major photographic collections in London.
The Public Record Office in Kew has 17 kilometres of files, while the Hulton Deutsch library is the largest in Europe.
(Continues tomorrow at 6.45pm) (Subtitled)
Followed by The Family Album
Television critic Nancy Banks-Smith with a picture of her grandmother.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Richard Dawkins, Theodore Zeldin, Nancy Cartwright and Paul Helm join Mary Ann Sieghart to answer viewers' questions in the last in the series.
With Bernard Ingham.
1.00 Learning for All
1.30 Humanity and the Scaffold
2.00 PSHE: Lifeschool: A-D
4.30 So You Want to Work in Social Care?
5.00 Pathways to Care
5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 As Surely as Columbus Saw America
6.25 Siena Cathedral