Shown yesterday 10.30pm (S)
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Plus
9.00 News, with weather later. (S)
Alice Beer talks to EastEnders star Wendy Richard, while Edward Enfield samples the spiritual side of the town of Glastonbury. Presented by Kevin Woodford and Esther McVey.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin COMMENTS: [number removed] (max cost 8p)
Gary is convinced that he is losing his mind.
Written by Gary Lawson and John Phelps
John Craven reports on the latest rural affairs. Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am. (S)
John Humphrys interviews top MPs and reports on the latest political issues. Including at 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
In the 15th anniversary hour-long episode, a crisis leaves the residents in for a long night at the Queen Vic. Frank and Peggy make a startling announcement. The omnibus edition is at 2.50pm. Written by Julian Perkins : Executive producer Matthew Robinson ; Director Paul Annett
Shown last Sunday (S)(W)
Another chance to see this retrospective of the soap, which includes clips of the unforgettable Den and Angie "divorce papers", Sharon-gate and the Carol, Bianca and Dan drama, plus cast memories. (R) (S) (W)
Complications arise when Thermoman is guest of honour at a fundraising party.
Shown last Friday (S) (W)
Tom Conti appeals on behalf of i Debra (Dystrophic Epidermolysis
Bullosa Research Association). Repeated on Wednesday at 5.50 on BBC2 (S) DONATIONS: [address removed]. or phone free on [number removed]
Aled Jones returns to his musical roots in a nostalgic visit to Bangor Cathedral for a programme that celebrates the life of Wales's patron saint, David. He meets those involved with the Search and Rescue Dog Association in Snowdonia and takes a trip down the beautiful Menai Straits. The hymns include All the Saints, Tyci a Wnaeth and Let All the World in Every Corner Sing. (S) (W)
Action adventure, starring Kevin Costner, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Alan Rickman and Morgan Freeman.
After escaping from prison in the Holy Land, Robin of Locksley returns to England, where he joins forces with a band of thieves in an effort to oust the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham. (1991, PG) (S) Films: pp 60-65 ****
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A new eight-part drama set on a Scottish estate, starring Richard Briers, Susan Hampshire and Alastair Mackenzie.
Young restaurateur Archie MacDonald rushes from London to a family emergency in the Highlands.
Written by Michael Chaplin and inspired by the Highland novels of Compton Mackenzie (S) (W)
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In the final episode, Katherine decides that she can no longer live with her sham marriage and walks out. As well as losing his wife, Mack now risks losing the factory as the ; deeds to the building are in Katherine's name. See Choice. (S) (W)
With Fiona Bruce. Weather Isobel Lang. (S)
Last in the rerun of the hit comedy's first series. It's the day of the wedding and Denise's nerves are on edge. i
Written by Caroline Aherne , Craig Cash and Henry Normal
Director Mark Mylod ; Producer Glen Wilhide (R) (S)
Another chance to see the first episode of the new series of the comedy sketch show. The Kapoors go to church to hear a sermon by the Bishop of Hounslow.
Shown last Friday on BBC2 (S) (W)
A Class Apart. Britain's first state-funded Sikh school is the latest in a line of minority faith schools to receive government funding. Should such educational independence be welcomed or seen as a sign that racial integration is failing at its most basic level? Simon Heffer , Anthony Grayling and Robert Beckford join Joan Bakewell for the debate.
Series producer Rosie Dawson ; Executive producer David Coomes (S)
Followed by Weatherview
Drama. 1972: an Australian returns to Cambodia seeking her brother, reportedly a deserter on the rat run out of Vietnam. (1997) Films: pp 60-65 **