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Diana Madill introduces further live coverage from Brighton on day two of the conference, including the address to Congress by Archbishop of Canterbury the Most Rev George Carey.
(Coverage continues at 2.10pm)

Contributors

Presenter:
Diana Madill
Speaker:
The Most Rev George Carey

The series focusing on craft and design addresses the problems of redecorating a kitchen, looks at making rugs from just a collection of rags, and creating wooden toys. Presented by Caroline Righton.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Caroline Righton
Executive Producer:
Fiona Pitcher

This afternoon's coverage from Brighton features the address by Prime Minister Tony Blair. Presented by Diana Madill.
(Coverage continues tomorrow at 11am)
(TUC Online details on Monday)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Diana Madill
Speaker:
Tony Blair

The families of comatose patients who are unable to grieve fully or let their relatives go chat to Esther Rantzen, who also hears from people whose loved ones have made recoveries.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Esther Rantzen

News and features from the pop scene, with Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.
Puff Daddy talks to Jamie Theakston in New York, Kylie Minogue chats about her collaboration with Manic Street Preachers lead vocalist James Dean Bradfield, and Louise outlines her autumn tour plans.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jamie Theakston
Presenter:
Jayne Middlemiss
Interviewee:
Puff Daddy
Interviewee:
Kylie Minogue
Interviewee:
null Louise
Producer:
Angela Ferreira
Executive Producer:
Paul Smith

The story of Atlantic Records' search for previously unknown Cardiff singer Donna Lewis, whose hit last year, (I Love You) Always Forever, became the most played single in US radio history.
(First shown in BBC Wales) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Subject:
Donna Lewis
Director:
Catrin Edwards
Editor:
Richard Trayler-Smith

The second of three compilations of top features from the last series of the home interior design show. With Tessa Shaw.
Anne McKevitt shows how to make a wooden house and give a home a business feel, while Jocasta Innes makes a floor cloth that will last for ever.

Contributors

Presenter:
Tessa Shaw
Expert:
Anne McKevitt
Expert:
Jocasta Innes
Series Producer:
Simon Shaw
Editor:
Daisy Goodwin

The second of eight down-to-earth fashion and beauty programmes, in which Lowri Turner looks at how to make the most of modern styles, and tackles women's fashion desires and dilemmas.
Tonight she crosses the Channel to get the lowdown on the French approach to beauty, plus handling a radical change of hairstyle, and top tips from make-up artist John Gustaffson.
See today's choices.

Contributors

Presenter:
Lowri Turner
Expert:
John Gustaffson
Series Producer:
Jeanine Josman
Editor:
Daisy Goodwin

Another chance to see an episode of the comedy news quiz hosted by Angus Deayton. With guests, comedian Fred Macauley and environmental campaigner "Swampy".
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Angus Deayton
Panellist:
Fred MacAuley
Panellist:
"Swampy" [Daniel Marc Hooper]
Director:
Paul Wheeler
Producer:
Richard Wilson

In the second of Tony Marchant's eight-part drama, a shocking incident has far-reaching effects on the lives of others, while it seems tax investigator Shaun may have something to hide himself.
(Continues next Tuesday)
See today's choices.
(For rest of cast see Monday)
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Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Writer:
Tony Marchant
Gabby:
Tilly Vosburgh
Shaw:
Robert Morgan
Lake:
Paul Jesson
Straun:
Philip Bretherton
Janet:
Diane Parish
Alice:
Ruth Sheen
Len:
Peter Gunn
Helen:
Rachel Power
Hilary:
Lesley Manville
Claire's father:
Leslie Schofield
Claire's mother:
Cherith Mellor
Lloyd:
Treva Etienne
Aunt Gaynor:
Jeillo Edwards

More experiences of young people in the workplace.

The contrasting stories of 16-year-old Kate, who works nights on a burger van in Liverpool, and Muslim woman Ity Batool, a supermarket worker from Lancashire.

Contributors

Director:
Min Clough
Director:
Richard Macer
Director:
Damon Thomas
Series Producer:
Richard Fell

Open University
12.30 Given Enough Rope
(Subtitled)
1.00 Vibrations
(Rpt)
1.30 Making the News

Summer Nights
2.00 Discovering Art: Collections 2: The Great Picture Chase

BBC Focus
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
(Rpt)
4.30 English Heritage
(Rpt)
5.00 Royal Institute Discourse

Open University
6.00 The Liberation of Algebra
6.25 The Management of Project Omnia
6.50-7.15am The World's Best Athlete?
(Stereo)

BBC Two England

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