Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Shown yesterday at 10.05pm on BBC2
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 9.00 News plus weather later.
Omnibus. Zee's plans for her big announcement go disastrously wrong. Patrick and Mo come to blows. Continues at 4pm.
Cast on Thursday/ Friday
After 63 matches spread over the past month, live coverage from the 70,000-capacity international stadium in Yokohama City, Japan, of the showpiece final (kickoff 12 noon).
After becoming the first reigning World Cup holders since Brazil in 1966 to fail to reach the second round, France will not be present to defend their crown. They found themselves in esteemed company, with Argentina and dark horses Portugal also falling at the first hurdle.
Commentary by John Motson and Trevor Brooking. Presented by Gary Lineker, who is joined by Alan Hansen and a panel of expert pundits. Highlights are at 6.20pm. See choice.
Website: [web address removed]
BBC World Cup magazine: Â£3.95
BBCi: additional features are available to digital viewers
Finals through the years: page 33
Comedy. Two brothers face big problems from a mouse when they inherit an old house.
Widescreen. Review page 53. (1997, PG)
Part two of the omnibus. Sharon gives her relationship with Tom some serious thought. Mark arranges a surprise for Lisa.
Cast on Thursday/Friday
The Older Man. George's has an upsetting surprise for Janet. Piers causes resentment when he announces an appointment.
Shown last Friday
The first in a three-part celebration of traditional hymns. The Halifax Choral Society, Huddersfield's Gledholt Male Voice Choir and London's Adventist Vocal Ensemble perform the work of Issac Watts, including Joy to the World and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. With Huw Edwards.
Producer Rowan Morton Gledhill
Editor Hugh Faupel
Highlights from the international stadium in Yokohama
City, Japan, of today's World Cup final. INTERACTIVE FORUM: question the pundits 8-9pm each evening via digital TV. BBC Radio 5 Live or the internet at www.bbc.co.uk/worldcup
Romantic Getaways. Joan Collins luxuriates in one of Jamaica's top hotels, while her Dynasty screen sister,
Kate O'Mara , opts for the Maldives. Alice Beer is in Venice and Craig Doyle attends a wedding on the island of St Lucia. Series producer Anne Taylor ; Executrve producer John Comerford Italian holiday offers - RT Shop: page
The varied ways in which animals communicate is the subject of this four-part series presented by Charlotte Uhlenbroek. Open Worlds. How research has defined the methods used by animals to transmit messages across great distances.
Producer Lizzie Bewick : Series producer Bernard Walton Communications breakthrough: page 23; Andrew Duncan meets Charlotte Uhlenbroek: page 24; Book offer: page 26
Episode two from series four, first shown in February 1985, starring David Jason , Nicholas Lyndhurst , Buster Merryfield. Strained Relations. Del and Rodney become suspicious of a seafaring relative who turns up at Grandad's funeral.
Written by John Sullivan : Director Susan Belbin ; Producer Ray Butt
In the third part of the drama, Eddie searches for a woman's father while attempting to avoid a repeat DNAtest.
Written by Johanne McAndrew ; Producer Paddy Higson
Director Alan Macmillan WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/drama
- Eddie McMullen:
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Michael Rsh
This investigation into the continuing boom in house prices charts the rise of the market, looks at the plight of first-time buyers, and assesses whether the bubble is about to burst. Producer Rabinder Minhas ; Editor Mike Robinson Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 3.20am WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
A final celebration of the world's top footballing event.
Editor Paul Ross : Producer Mob Dar Shown 10pm BBC Choice
Comedy thriller starring
Patricia Arquette , Dermot Mulroney. An estate agent starts an affair with her husband's brother. Widescreen. Review page 53. Director Roland Joffe (1997, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Hostage drama starring
Lynda Carter and Colin Ferguson. A bank manager's family is held at gunpoint. Review page 53.
Director Jerry Ciccoritti (1997, 15)