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
Christopher Lee, who recently appeared in Lord of the Rings and Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, is the celebrity interviewee. Ben Fogle investigates the lore and legends of the banshee, while vicar Richenda Lee takes an oblique look at the past week's events. Presented by Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Series producer Abigail Saxon
In the first of an eight-part series, kitchen wizard Stein looks at
Naples's colourful sauces and tests North Sea cod with cabbage and beer.
John Craven examines the latest rural issues, while
Michaela Strachan takes part in the traditional Cotswold
Olympics. Plus the weather for the week ahead. E-MAIL: email@example.com
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan
More wartime adventures with the fledgling adventurer, starring Sean Patrick Flanery.
Attack of the Hawkmen. 1917: Indy joins the American flying volunteers and is sent on a spying mission.
Another chance to see the hour-long 1993 Boxing Day special. Starring Patricia Routledge.
Sea Fever. Hyacinth is looking forward to a spell of gracious living on a QEII cruise - until she discovers that Onslow and Daisy are also on board.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Harold Snoad
For cast see Thursday
Pet Rescue. George gets into trouble after discovering he can converse with animals.
Shown last Friday
Roger Black appeals on behalf of the International Spinal
Research Trust, which funds research into paralysis.
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.50am on BBC2 DONATIONS:[address removed], or telephone free on [number removed]
Dan Rymer, better known as Casualty's Dillon Cahill, introduces a programme from the Kent and Canterbury hospital, reflecting on the faith and dedication of the staff who work there. The singing comes from the hospital's parish church, St Mary Bredin, and includes How Great Thou Art and Be Still for the Presence of the Lord.
Producer Peter Williams
Editor Hugh Faupel
Weekend Escapes. Craig Doyle stays in a country-house hotel in Ireland, Sarah Greene discovers both the ancient and modern delights of Rome, Harriet Saxton enjoys a bargain luxury weekend break in a French chateau and Rula Lenska goes back to Krakow in her native Poland.
Series producer Anne Taylor ; Executive producer John Comerford
Another chance to see the Christmas Day special from 1993. Fatal Extraction. Raquel leaves Del when he returns to his old ways of drinking, gambling and staying out late.
Written by John SullKian : Director Tony Dow : Producer Garetn Gwenlan BBC VIDEO: To Hull and Back, price £12.99
Second of the new six-part series about a loveable
Liverpool private eye. Eddie thinks he's bought himself a bit of extra time with Frank and the family. Consequently, he tries to get on with his job, which this week involves him trying to scupper a pornographic phone scam.
Written by Johanne McAndrew
Producer Paddy Higson ; Director Douglas Mackinnon
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Michael Fish
Concluding the two-part documentary in which reporter John Ware examines allegations that members of the security forces colluded with loyalist terrorists to kill IRA suspects in Northern Ireland, some of whom were entirely innocent. Producer Eamon Hardy : Editor Mike Robinson Part one of this investigation is repeated with sign language on Wednesday NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
With the semi-finals looming, more celebrations of the fun and drama at the world's top footballing extravaganza. Series editor Paul Ross : Series producer Mob Dar
More tomorrow at 11.05pm Shown at 9pm on BBC Choice
Thriller starring Austin
Stoker and Darwin Joston. In an LA ghetto, a nightmare unfolds at a soon-to-be-abandoned police station when it
- is put under siege. Widescreen. Review page 51.
Director John Carpenter (1976. 18)
Followed by Weathervlew
The Birth of the Universe. Professor
Stephen Hawking talks about his cosmological theories.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Saturday BBC2