Presented by Ben Geoghegan and Sian Williams.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers. Including at 9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
On this week's show, Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly reflect on the impact that the 11 September terrorist attacks had on those involved.
Series producer Abigail Saxon
Nadia Sawalha will need to be up pretty early to make a special delivery to Britain's oldest paper-boy, and Ingrid Tarrant apologises on behalf of a student who ruined his friend's new jacket.
Messages: call [number removed]. Calls charged at national rate.
In Rwanda, country folk from Britain help families rebuild their farms. Plus weather for the week ahead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Former EastEnders regular Tamzin Outhwaite realises a long-held desire when she swims with dolphins in the tropical waters of Florida. First she joins scientists studying a group of wild dolphins, before she meets the sea-dwelling mammals.
r Science-fiction adventure starring Joey Cramer. On 4
July 1978, 12-year-old
David Freeman takes a tumble and wakes up in an altered world with a voice in his head calling for help. Meanwhile, scientists discover a mysterious alien spacecraft. Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director Randal Kleiser (1986. U)
Cast on Thursday
Absent Vixen, Cheeky Monkey With Janey at university, vacuum-cleaning is an issue.
Shown last Friday
Darren Jordon appeals on behalf of the Sickle Cell
Society, which provides care, counselling and information to children and adults with sickle cell disorders, and to their families. Plus Nick Clark with the latest charity news.
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.55pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: [address removed]Or Tel: [number removed]
Website: [address removed]
Americans and Brits from the City of London's financial community come together at St Giles church, Cripplegate. Pam Rhodes meets people whose lives were changed by the World Trade Center attack, and discovers an historic bond between the firefighters of London and New York.
Hymns include Lord Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace. Producer Joanna Malton; Editor Hugh Faupel www.bbc.co.uk/religion/tv_radio/songsofpraise/
Brothers and briefcases spell trouble for Del in the very first episode, originally shown 21 years ago.
The silver anniversary series opens at St George's Hall in Liverpool. The items on display include a light fitting from Hitler's chancellery, a tie-pin commemorating the death of Nelson, a fine picture frame and the rarest of rare teapots. There's also the first opportunity to vote for favourite clips from the Roadshow archive. Presented by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis www.bbc.co.uk/antiques/roadshow/
Repeated with sign language on Tuesday at 1.35am BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers
The Orient. Craig Doyle tours China, Sankha Guha visits
Rajasthan in India, and Rula Lenska heads for Chiang Mai and Bangkok in Thailand. Meanwhile, Claudia Winkleman discovers the delights of public transport in Japan.
Series producer Anne Taylor ; Executive producer John Comerford www.bbc.co.uk/holiday/programmes/holidayguides/index.shtml
A saboteur threatens the opening of the wildlife centre.
Written by Mark Holloway ; Producer Stephen Garwood ; Director Rick Stroud
[web address removed]
Carol and Andrew fight their feelings in part two of the drama.
Contains strong language.
Face of the week - Joseph McFadden: page 61
John Stand ring:
Young Lisa Bolton:
Older Lisa Bolton:
Registry office clerk:
With Darren Jordon. Weather Helen Young.
The conclusion of the three-part drama.
Biographical drama starring Sigourney Weaver.
Dian Fossey arrives in central Africa full of high ideals and a passion for nature, determined to research rare mountain gorillas faced with extinction. Review page 50.
Director Michael Apted (1988, 12) Trivia: page 49
Followed by Weatherview