Presented by Bill Turnbull and Martine Dennis.
David Frost interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
First of a four-part series of services preparing for
Christmas in words and music.
Today is from Chester Cathedral, with music including 0 Come, 0 Come, Emmanuel and Lo, He Comes with Clouds
Death by Good Intentions
Quincy tries to prove death by foul play.
John Craven presents the rural affairs magazine. Including the week's weather. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan
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Classic comedy featuring an alternative version of the Battle of Trafalgar and a visit to a music shop.
Breakable. Nick plus a motorcycle is not a combination likely to produce tranquillity.
Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie Shown last Friday
LandofGiants. Followingthe life cycle of the largest land mammal ever, the indricotheres. Shown last Thursday
Top children's authors and illustrators gather at BBC's Television Centre for this year's awards. Jacqueline Wilson , William Nicholson , Allan Ahlberg and Geraldine McCaughrean are among the writers competing for the Blue Peter Book of the Year, while other categories include the Best Book to Read Aloud and the Book I Couldn't Put Down.
Presented by Konnie Huq ,
Simon Thomas , Matt Baker and Liz Barker.
Advent One - Sevenoaks
On the first Sunday of Advent,
Pam Rhodes visits Sevenoaks in Kent where she discovers why the Princess of Wales's old school, West Heath, is helping to rebuild lives. Hymns include 0 Come, 0 Come, Emmanuel and All I Once Held Dear.
BBC MUSIC: album. Songs of Praise - Your Favourite Hymns and Music, now available
Michael Aspel and the experts are in Carlisle, where the finds include 19th-century smokers' pipes and a painting of dogs which cost "nearly a pound" and is now worth Â£15,000.
Repeated with sign language Wednesday 1.35am
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BBC Homes and Antiques magazine: Â£2.80.
December issue now on sale
Third in a four-part series in which Rolf Harris examines the life and works of four of his favourite impressionists. Monet. In an exploration of the work of Claude Monet , Harris attempts his own interpretation of the painter's famous
Japanese bridge in the impressionist's French garden. Series producer Tina Fletcher ; Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
Wiley By Name. In this second of a two-part profile, comedian Ronnie Barker reveals how and why he was responsible for writing many of the most memorable sketches from The Two Ronnies, under the pseudonym Gerald Wiley.
Producer Emma Cornish
Sixth in the 11-part series of the Scottish rural drama. Stella is shocked when her husband, Graham, seeks reconciliation.
Written by Niall Leonard ; Producer Jeremy Gwilt ; Director Richard Signy
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/monarch Homes for hire: page 17
Concluding Andrew Davies's four-part dramatisation of Anthony Trollope 's satirical novel. Melmotte reaches the highest echelons of London society.
Producer Nigel Stafford-Clark ; Director David Yates
BBC AUDIOCASSETTE: The Way We Live Now complete and unabridged, read by Timothy West, 24 cassettes priced Â£79.99 Letters: page 7
Mr Brown (MP):
Sir Felix Carbury:
Music hall performer:
Marquis of Auld Reekie:
Lord Alfred Grendall:
Hamilton K Rsker:
Butler (Grosvenor Square):
With Peter Sissons.
Weather with Peter Cockroft.
Deep Down and Dirty. Peter Taylor investigates the CIA's secret and dirty war against terrorism.
Editor Mike Robinson ; Producer Sam Collyns Repeated with sign language Wednesday 12.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Crime thriller starring Judd Nelson as psychopath Paul Kinsey, who drowns his victims and has so far managed to cover his tracks.
Review page 56.
Director Robert Lewis (1995. 15)
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