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Sue Barker introduces the 20th running of the annual jamboree from Greenwich to the Mall, which will feature one of the strongest line-ups ever.
The men's race includes Khalid Khannouchi , Josiah Thugwane and the defending champion
Abdelkader El Mouaziz , while the women's event sees Kenya's world stars Tegla Loroupe and Joyce Chepchumba - who won last year - making a rare appearance in the same race. Commentary is by David Coleman , Brendan Foster , Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson and Chris Hallam , with reports from
Christina Boxer , Peter Elliot , Hazel Irvine , Jane Hoffen and Garth Crooks. Coverage continues at
12.35pm. See Choice.
TV presentation Martin Hopkins and Martin Webster; Editor Dave Gordon
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Tony Robinson reveals secrets to Alice Beer , Rowland Rivron samples a Christian retreat on the Scottish island of lona, while soul diva Shola Ama provides live music. With Kevin Woodford and Esther McVey. COMMENTS: [number removed] (max cost 8p) ore-mail email@example.com
Further coverage of one of the capital's great sporting events. The men's, women's and wheelchair races are over and attention switches to the club and fun runners. Highlights can be seen at 6.40pm on BBC2.
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Murder by the Book. An episode ! directed by Steven Spielberg in which Lt Columbo tackles a murder involving a couple of mystery writers. (R) (S)
Three contestants from London make mouthwatering meals, which are judged by River Cafe's Rose Gray , political correspondent John Sergeant and host
Loyd Grossman. (S) BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: from retailers
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Toyah Willcox samples Paris in the spring and meets some of the 30,000 British inhabitants, including BBC correspondent Jon Sopel. Hymns for Palm Sunday come from the 15th-century church of St Etienne-du-Mont in the Latin quarter and include All Glory, Laud and Honour; Make Way, Make Way; and Lift High the Cross. (S) (W)
Magic and the Morris Minor. Compo, Clegg and Truly happen upon a couple whose car has got stuck in a remote field.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell (S) (W)
Hugh Scully and the team visit Coleraine in Northern
Ireland where finds include a valuable portrait belonging to a local cathedral, astonishing 18th-century calligraphy by a man bom with no limbs, and a sundial found in a hedge. Producer Michele Buigess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
Richard Briers - a Good Life. A tribute to the actor, who stars in the following Monarch of the Glen, and including contributions from Kenneth Branagh and Penelope Keith. Director Angela O'Leary ; Producer Janice Thomas (S)
Last in the drama starring Richard Briers , Susan Hampshire and Alastair Mackenzie. Matters romantic and financial come to a head as Justine gives Archie an ultimatum and the house is found to be in terrible disrepair. See Choice.
Episode written by Michael Chaplin and inspired by Compton Mackenzie 's novels Producers Paddy Higson and Nick Pitt ; Director AJ Quinn (S) (W) 788055 i
With George Alagiah. Weather Peter Gibbs. (5)
Another airing for this Christmas 1998 feature-length episode of the murder mystery written by David Renwick. Starring Alan Davies and Caroline Quentin and featuring Rik Mayall. Black Canary. Maddy and Creek investigate the apparently impossible death of a female illusionist.
Producer Verity Lambert ; Director Sandy Johnson (R) (S) (W)
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The new topical series continues as the increasingly grumpy Mr Dee savages the people and issues that have annoyed him overthe past week, and accepts an invitation from some people who claim they can make him happy.
Producer Matt McCabe ; Series producer Jim Pullin (S) (W)
A series of nightly monologues based on the Holy Week story, in which seven characters reflect on their meeting with Jesus. The Centurion. James Cosmo plays an army carpenter who obeys orders but loses a son.
! Written by Sergio Casci ; Director Denny Lawrence (S) (W)
Highlights of the French musician's millennium concert in front of the pyramids in Cairo, where he was accompanied by a cast of 1,000 extras, the Cairo Opera House Orchestra, fireworks and lasers, as well as a sudden blanket of fog.
Director Mike Mansfield ; Producer Hilary Tipping (S)
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Thriller starring Jane Seymour. A
female serial killer marries her victims and then murders them on their wedding night. Posing as writer
Linda Crandall , her next target is widower Don McAndrews.
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