Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Sanderson.
Fergal Keane interviews the news-makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
On this week's edition of the show for body, mind and soul, Jane Seymour talks to
Alice Beer and reveals a belief in the spirit of her dead father.
Producer ZoeCallan; Series producer
Nadia Sawalha and Ingrid Tarrant deliver a message of love, and thanks for a baby.
A look at issues of concern in the countryside, presented by John Craven. Plus the weather for the week ahead.
Hyacinth discovers that voluntary church cleaning is no holiday.
Written by Roy Clarke
Mine's 's Double. A clone of George causes havoc.
Episode written by Paul Alexander and Simon Braithwaite Shown last Friday
Sue Barker, Roger Black and Michael Johnson introduce action from the final day of the 18th championships in Munich, beginning with the women's high jump final.
3.00 Women's 4xl00m relay final, followed by the men's discus final.
3.20 Men's 800m final. This race could provide a tremendous dual between world champion Andre Bucher of Switzerland and world record holder
Wilson Kipketer of Denmark.
3.25 Men's longjump final. Can Britain's new Commonwealth champion Nathan Morgan and 20-year-old Chris Tomlinson capitalise on their form today?
3.30 Men's 4xl00mrelayfinal. Despite the injuries suffered by Mark Lewis-Francis and Dwain Chambers at the Commonwealth Games,
Britain still has a strong squad to choose from, including the talents of Jason Gardener and Darren Campbell ,
Christian Malcolm and Marlon Devonish.
4.00 Women's 1500m final. New Commonwealth Games champion Kelly Holmes will be looking for another gold here.
4.20 Women's 4x400m final.
4.40 Men's 5,000m final.
5.05 Men's 4x400m relay final. The afternoon reaches its climax with high hopes that Britain will win their fifth consecutive
European gold in this event. Executive producer Martin Webster Executive editor Dave Gordon
With Matthew Amroliwala. Weather Helen Young.
Sally Magnusson is at home in Glasgow to present her favourite moments, and highlights requested by viewers, from the past year's broadcasts. The programme includes performances by Willard White, the Adventist Vocal Ensemble and Eddi Reader, plus interviews with David Frost and boxer Nigel Benn. Among the hymns are Thine Be the Glory, Immortal Invisible and For the Healing of the Nations.
Producer Karen Hannah
Editor Hugh Faupel
Highlights of today's FA Community Shield, the traditional opener to the English football season. As Arsenal won both the Premiership and the FA Cup last season, it is Premiership runners-up Liverpool whom they faced at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. Hosted by Gary Lineker with Alan Hansen and David O'Leary. Commentary by Steve Wilson and Mick McCarthy. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Andrew Clement See also Match of the Day Live, featuring Manchester United's Uefa
Champions' League third qualifying round first-leg match, Wednesday 7.30pm
Following the conclusion of the long-running sitcom last Sunday, a special one-hour episode of reminiscences.
You Must Remember This. Alone in the house, Jean and Lionel recall memorable events during their life together.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producers Philip Jones and John Reynolds
Concluding yesterday's two-part topical drama, starring Michelle Collins and Juliet Aubrey , centring on a mix-up at an IVF clinic. Madeleine and George begin a passionate affair, jeopardising the claim she has on her daughter, Ella, while an increasingly isolated and desperate Gina decides to take matters into her own hands.
Weather with Helen Young.
A celebration of the rock 'n' roll phenomenon who died 25 years ago. Tracing Elvis Presley's career from the day he first gyrated out of Memphis in 1956, to his untimely death in 1977, this film paints a portrait of a contradictory personality who topped the charts no less than 18 times, before a voracious appetite for burgers helped send the King of rock 'n' roll to an early grave, aged just 42. With contributions from Bob Geldof , Cliff Richard and Cilia Black.
Producer Karina Brennan ; Executive producer Alan Brown
Repeated on Friday at 8.30pm on BBC Choice See also T0TP2 on Wednesday at 6.20pm on BBC2
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Disaster thriller, starring Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis. A freight train carrying hazardous waste encounters braking problems on its way to Denver, Colorado. But the stakes for the safety investigator John Seger are increased when he discovers that there is also a faulty Russian atomic bomb on board. Review page 42.
Directors Dick Lowry and David Jackson (1999. PG)
Followed by Weatherview