Yesterday's fourth-round FA Cup.
(Shown yesterday at 10.40pm) (S)
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BBC Match of the Day Magazine: price Â£2.50, available monthly.
David Frost talks to those in the news and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 9.00 News, with weather later.
Alice Beer meets the king of easy listening music Andy Williams and Caryn Franklin discovers the culinary secrets of Caldey Abbey's monks. Plus live studio debate. (W)
Chef Rick Stein cooks with fish from seas around the world.
John Craven looks at policing problems in rural communities and Michaela Strachan goes harvesting for reeds and learns about thatching. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S) (W) E-MAIL: email@example.com
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including at 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan (S)
Classic comedy as Richard forgets his wedding anniversary but still tries to save the day.
Writer Roy Clarke (R) (S)
Disney comedy, starring
Hayley Mills and Burl Ives.
Following her husband's death,
Margaret Carey and her children are forced to move to a ramshackle house in small-town Maine.
Director James Neilson (1963. U)
(S) Films: pp 56-59 ***
Terry Wogan presents the viewers' feedback show.
Write to: Points of View, BBC Television, London, W12 7TS. Phone/fax: [number removed], e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Grantham appeals on behalf of the Down Syndrome Educational Trust.
Repeated on Wednesday at 2.30pm on BBC2 (S)
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To coincide with yesterday's inaugural Holocaust Memorial Day, Pam Rhodesjoins a Holocaust survivor as he takes his family to see his home town in Poland. She also talks to the Chief Rabbi, Dr Jonathan Sacks , who reflects on hope in the face of tragedy. Music includes The God of Abraham Praise, The Lord's My Shepherd, Psalm 121 and Ani
Ma'amin. (S) (W)
Husband and wife vets Emma and Joe Inglis are preparing to open their own practice. Everything seems to be going to plan, until Emma makes a dramatic decision. Narrated by Christopher Timothy.
Directors Carole Lochhead , Debbi Moore ; Series producer Amanda Reilly
Next episode Wednesday 7.30pm. (S) (W)
Michael Aspel and the team of experts are in Salford, near Manchester, where items for valuation include Zulu wedding beads from the 1900s, an American scrimshaw whale's tooth and a drawing by the local artist LS Lowry.
Producer Michele Burgess : Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
Fourth round FA Cup clash highlights including Gillingham v Chelsea and Manchester United v West Ham. (S)
Tommy Walsh and Charlie Dimmock return to Peterborough to check up on a totally blue garden they created to surprise a hospital ward sister.
Director John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam (S) (W)
The fourth episode in an eight-part drama series inspired by Compton MacKenzie 's Highland Novels. Archie wants to ignore his 30th birthday, but Molly and Hector both decide to organise secret celebrations. See Choice.
Episode written by Patrick Wilde
Producer Jeremy Gwilt ; Director Richard Signy (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/monarch
BBC CD SOUNDTRACK: available from 12 February from retailers.
Concluding the Irish drama. It's 1922 and Ernie and Ita are together at last, while Ireland is poised to win her independence. Contains strong language and violence.
Written by Ronan Bennett : Producers Robert Cooper and Malcolm Craddock Director John Strickland (S) (W)
With George Alagiah. Weather Isobel Lang. (S) (W)
The Borrowers - Britain Deep in Debt. More people are trapped in debt than ever before. Tonight's programme reveals sharp credit practice in action and hears from families who face bankruptcy as a result of their financial problems. Producer Marc Sigsworth ; Editor Mike Robinson
Repeated on Wednesday 7 February, with sign language (S) (W) NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject may change.
A high speed drama of racing and romance, the first two films this week, starring Tom Cruise. Also starring Robert Duvall and Nicole Kidman. Revved up to take the stock car circuit by storm, cocky racing driver Cole Trickle is recruited to a new team. The result is ego clashes as violent as the on-track crashes. Widescreen.
Director Tony Scott
Followed by Weatherview (W)
Dr Claire Lewicki: