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.
Alex Kingston, who plays Dr Elizabeth Corday in ER, talks about her life and the struggles she endured to become a mother. Shauna Lowry tries her hand at witchcraft, plus the regular debate. With Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Continuing the docu-soap rerun. Professional gambler Norman crosses swords with the ship's casino.
John Craven presents the rural affairs magazine. Including the week's weather.
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John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News.
Rene finds another way to help the airmen return to England.
Richard's foot infection is not glamorous enough for Hyacinth. Written by Roy Clarke
returns to his roots with a visit to
Shepherd's Bush market.
journeys across the south of England, travelling from Doverto Stonehenge.
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Pam Rhodes visits the ancient city of St Albans , Hertfordshire, where she meets footballer Hans Segers. The cathedral girls' choir perform God So Loved the World, and the congregation sing We Have a Gospel to Proclaim and 0 Thou Who Camest from Above.
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Space drama, based on actual events. 1970: Apollo 13's mission to the Moon is hit by disaster when an oxygen tank explodes in the spacecraft. Following the initial damage report, it seems as if there is little hope of the three-man crew making it back to Earth. Widescreen. Review page 51.
Director Ron Howard (1995, PG)
First in a six-part drama series set in rural Lancashire in the 1950s and starring James Bolam and Michael French.
Dr Tom Gilder returns to his home village of Ormston for a wedding to find a mystery surrounding his GP father Arthur's plans for retirement.
Written by Chris Chibnall
Producer Phil Collinson ; Director Dave Innes Edwards
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A one-off edition, made for showing in the Millennium Dome, of the historical comedy.
A new 21st-century Blackadder, with his servant Baldrick, tumbles through the past in a time machine, with disastrous consequences for the future.
Postponed from Easter Day
The rerun of Blackadder continues on Friday at 9.30pm
Victor Meldrew's new home security system proves excessive when he finds he has to break out to watch the European Cup quarter-final.
BBC DVD: Best of One Foot in the Grave, price Â£15.99
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Darren Bett.
On 7 November 2000, four men crashed into the Money Zone of the Millennium Dome in a JCB. Their target was a diamond worth L200 million. In 27 seconds they had broken through the security glass surrounding it - only then to find the gem had been switched for a fake and armed police were waiting in ambush. Gerry Northam uses Flying Squad surveillance video to report on what was potentially the most audacious robbery in history.
Producer Jonathan Jones
Action drama. When a solar anomaly causes the temperatures in Los Angeles to rise to dangerous levels, a series of natural disasters and civil disorder follows. A disillusioned doctor is one of a small group in the city attempting to rise above the chaos. Review page 52.
Director Ian Barry (1998, 12)
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