David Attenborough narrates a look at the life of the mole. (R) (S)
To Clear the Air. Quincy takes on an oil refinery. (R) (S)
David Frost talks to those in the news and reviews the papers with his guests. Plus 9.00 News, with weather later.
Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones (S)
In a special filmed report footballer David Ginola travels to Cambodia as Red Cross Ambassador.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring the launch of the Radio Times/Countryfile photo competition. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S) E-MAIL: email@example.com Animal magic: page 28
David Dimbleby introduces the first of two programmes commemorating the 60th anniversary of the evacuation of Dunkirk. See Choice.
Director Daniel Brittain-Catlain
Producer David Pickthall (S) Dunkirk-related sites - Webwatch: p41
John Humphrys interviews top politicians and reports on the big issues. Including at 12.30 News. Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
A Marriage of Inconvience Rene is still in trouble with the communist resistance.
Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
David Dimbleby presents live coverage of the final official tribute to the Dunkirk veterans from the Flanders town. After the memorial service a Lancaster bomber will perform a fly past, dropping 50,000 poppies over the harbour. (S)
The final of the series has chefs from Home Counties, North West and Scotland competing for the tenth Mastercheftitle. Judged by chef Anton Mossiman , comic actress Caroline Quentin and host Loyd Grossman. (S) BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: from retailers
Food: page 33
David Dimbleby and Fiona Bruce introduce a special edition of the programme from Dunkirk harbour. Members of the Dunkirk Veterans Association sing hymns including Thy Hand, 0 God, Has Guided
: and the hymn that for so many i epitomises the Dunkirk Spirit, I Eternal Father, Strong to Save.
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Clegg and Truly collect Babs's music from the station. Final episode of the series which will return next year.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell (S) (W)
Carol Smillie with more Holiday reporters' personal holiday favourites. Jeremy Spake shows where to party with the stars in Miami, and Sankha Guha tells why a Swiss family break is a hit with him and his son.
Editor Janine Waddell ; Series producer Jay Hunt (S) (W)
Swashbuckler starring Geena Davis and Matthew Modine. When her pirate father dies and leaves her a third of a treasure map, Morgan Adams sets sail to find the other two parts, which will lead to the buried riches. Director Renny Harlin (1995, PG) (S)
Films: pp 56-60 **
Captain Dawg Brown:
Penultimate part of the drama series starring Dervla Kirwan. When You Find That Things Are Getting Wild. Feeling guilty about kissing Emma, Rich decides to show more commitment to Louise. Contains strong language. Series concludes on Wednesday at 9.30pm.
Written by Stewart Harcourt ; Producer Sally Haynes ; Director John Alexander For further cast see Wednesday at 9.30pm (S) (W)
The first in a new six-part series in which Ruby Wax makes a second journey back to her homeland to uncover remarkable people and situations in American society.
This week Wax looks at the theatrical sport of pro-wrestling. Contains scenes which some may find disturbing. See Choice. Director Anthony Palmer ; Executive Producer David Blake Knox (S) (W) Ruby's ready to rumble: page 18
With Peter Sissons. Weather David Braine. (S)
The State of Faith. First in a new nine-part series. Michael Buerk presents an investigation into the values, beliefs and attitudes of modem Britain. This episode explores the state of faith in Britain, suggesting that church attendance records may not show the whole picture. See Choice. Executive producer David Coomes ; Series producer Graham Judd
(S) (W) Andrew Duncan meets Michael Buerk : page 8
Coverage of the veteran crooner's concert from the grounds of Leeds Castle in Kent. An edited version was shown last Monday as part of BBC Music Live
Director Tim Van Someren ; Executive producer Mark Hagen (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview
War drama based on a true story, showing to mark the 60th anniversary of Dunkirk, starring Dirk Bogarde.
Films: pp 56-60 ***