Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
David Frost interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
In the programme looking at the spiritual side of life, former EastEnders actor Paul Bradley journeys to the Scottish Borders in search of the mysteries of the ancient Taoist religion and Philosophy. Plus a personal slant on the week's news and the regular debate. With Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Third in a rerun of the 12-part docu-soap about life on the cruise ship Galaxy as she sails around the Caribbean.
John Craven presents the rural affairs magazine. Including the week's weather. E-MAIL: countryfileebbc.co.uk
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News.
November 1916: Young Indy, serving in the Belgian army as Lt Defense, is sent to Africa.
A Christmas special from 1996. An American film company is shooting in Holmfirth.
Written by Roy Clarke
A documentary about Thora Hird. Getting Close to Thora, is tonight at 6.15pm
A celebration of St Patrick's Day from Belfast's Waterfront Hall. Featured in the musical extravaganza are Lesley Garrett, James Galway and Daniel O'Donnell, as well as a performance from Riverdance. Irish hymns include St Patrick's Breastplate and Be Thou My Vision. Introduced by Eamonn Holmes.
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An intimate portrait of Dame Thora Hird, one of the nation's best-loved actresses, offering insights into her extraordinary life. The film follows her as she records an episode of Last of the Summer Wine and joins heron a book-signing trip.
Director Rowan Newby ; Producer John Forrest
Michael Aspel and the experts visit Shetland, where the treasures they encounter include an enamelled 18th-century Chinese "Ho" pot and a Scottish pearl set in a gold ring.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques
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A Christmas edition of the classic comedy from 1988. Dates. Del and Rodney both go on dates, but with very different results, and Albert's stripogram seems familiar.
Written by John Sullivan
Director Tony Dow ; Producer Gareth Gwenlan
The third in the new six-part comedy drama. Matthew is furious that Katie has written publicly about their marriage, so she seeks refuge by researching a story about the vicar who married them, but then finds herself falling for him.
Written by David Nicholls ; Producer Christine Langan ; Director Kate Dennis
Repeated on Friday at 11.20pm
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with David Braine.
Should We Join the Euro? It's the question the Government has declined to allow the public to vote on. It is also one of the biggest political decisions the country will make. In this edition of the programme, two teams attempt to convince studio audiences around the country of the benefits for and against Britain joining the European currency. Viewers can cast an e-mail vote via the website. Producer Alexandra Henderson ; Editor Mike Robinson
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 2am
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
The Final Hours. The last of the three-part rerun focuses on Jesus's death and Resurrection, and examines the mechanics of crucifixion. Presented by Jeremy Bowen. Series director Jean-Claude Bragard ; Executive producer Ruth Pitt
Oscar-winning crime drama, continuing the season of Oscar-linked films to celebrate the 2002 awards ceremony. In a small southern town a black stranger is arrested for the murder of a rich industrialist. Sidney Poitier will receive an honorary Oscar at this year's ceremony, which can be seen live next Sunday on BBC2. Review page 59.
Director Norman Jewison (1967. 15) The Oscar-linked season continues with Carpool tomorrow at 12.40am
Followed by Weatherview
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