Presented by Bill Turnbull and Kate Sanderson.
Guest presenter Huw Edwards interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers. Including at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
Actress Amanda Redman talks to Alice Beer about her turbulent life and how she coped with being close to death.
Producer Zoe Callan ; Series producer
Nadia Sawalha and Ingrid Tarrant deliver a marriage proposal, and a confessional message from son to mum.
John Craven talks to weather forecaster Helen Young in the first of two programmes assessing the impact of climate change on Britain. Plus the weatherfor the week ahead.
Chimpanzee Challenge. Actor Nicholas Lyndhurst tries to help 15 orphaned and abused chimpanzees settle into a new home on an island on Africa's
Adventures in the Secret
Service. A feature-length drama in which Young Indy is a spy sent by the Allies on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines to the palace of Habsburg emperor Charles I, ruler of war-weary Austria.
Young Indy Sean:
Hyacinth provides her bored and long-suffering husband Richard with a post-retirement hobby, but the gesture backfires.
Written by Roy Clarke Fancy the Keeping Up Appearances theme tune ringtone on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com
Cast on Thursday
A Little Learning. George artificially inflates his IQ after he tires of being branded stupid. Shown last Friday For regular cast see Friday 8.30pm
Pam Rhodes appeals on behalf of Y Care International, which works in 30 countries to help some of the world's poorest and most vulnerable children.
Repeated on Wednesday at 1.10pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: [address removed]
Tel: [number removed] www.[address removed]
Aled Jones returns to his birthplace, Anglesey, to present his favourite moments from the past year's broadcasts.
The programme includes performances by Jonathan Veira , plus interviews with Dana and steeplejack Fred Dibnah. Among the hymns are How Great Thou Art, I the Lord of Sea and Sky and Angel Voices Ever Singing.
Producer Karen Hannah
Editor Hugh Faupel
John Inverdale presents the first of five heats - taking place in and around North Wales - to decide the finalists in this year's competition. Tonight's six men aiming for the first two places in Saturday's final include defending champion
Glenn Ross. Commentary is provided by Paul Dickenson. Continues on Tuesday at 7pm.
Director Will Clough; Series producer Rupert Rumney
Family Favourites. Ex-Boyzone band member Keith Duffy and family explore Disneyworld in Florida, while Gillian Taylforth and her brood take a trip to Menorca. With Craig Doyle. Executive producer John Comerford : Series producer Anne Taylor
Postponed from 14 July www.bbc.co.uk/holiday Gillian Taylforth stars in The House That Jack Built on Friday at 9pm Rocky Mountain railway trip: page
A year ago a woman in Gloucester got the shock of her life when she returned home to discover the results of a secret
Ground Force assault, combined with torrential rain, on her small back garden. Twelve months on, the team return to find the house has a new owner, who fails to answer the door. Producer John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam BBC BOOK: Ground Force: Container Gardening, price £9.99
Action spy thriller, based on the sixties TV series. The elite Impossible Missions Force's latest assignment is to recover stolen information that threatens to blow the cover of US spies throughout the world. But the plan goes disastrously wrong. Widescreen. Review page 41.
Director Brian De Palma (1996, PG) Fancy the Mission: Impossible theme tune ringtone on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com for more information
With Peter Sissons. Weather Darren Bett.
Three serial spouses share their reflections on their ultimately unsatisfactory experience of marriage. They have all said "I do" at least four times and draw varying conclusions of where and with whom their futures lie.
Executive producer Todd Austin
Crime drama. When his son is convicted of rape and murder, Jacob Doyle takes desperate measures to clear his name. Having taken the jury hostage in the courtroom, he issues the prosecuting attorney with a 24-hour ultimatum to prove the boy's innocence. Review page 42.
Director Michael W Watkins (2000. 12)
Apocalyptic Asteroid. Patrick Moore and Dr Duncan Steel discuss the threat of a large near-Earth object wiping out life as we know it.
Series producer Jane Retcher Repeated next Saturday BBC2
Followed by Weatherview