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David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the Sunday papers with his guests. Editor Barney Jones
A comedy double act opens this week's show as Ken Dodd reveals his serious side to Alice Beer, and stand-up comedian Omid Dijalli chats about his Baha'i faith with Dominic Holland. Plus Rajesh Mirchandani checks out the latest funeral fashions and Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly host the regular studio debate.
Series producer Abigail Saxon
Nadia Sawalha and Ingrid Tarrant surprise a group of canine-loving villagers and deliver a message of thanks to a couple who saved a toddler from tragedy.
John Craven talks to supporters of hunting ahead of a planned march in London. Plus weather for the week ahead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the eve of his party's conference, Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy talks with John Humphrys in the first of a new series of topical interviews and political reports. Including 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
Family comedy. Harry, who runs a business renting out anything from crockery to household pets, agrees to manage his son's orphanage while he goes on holiday. When he overhears a couple in a restaurant discussing whether or not they should have children, he makes them an unusual proposition. Review page 53.
Director Fred Gerber (1992, U)
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Desperately Squeaking Susan Susan tries to turn Ben's relative into a close companion. Written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie Shown last Friday
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Pam Rhodes joins the people of Lincolnshire for a picnic in the park at Burghley House, accompanied by the angelic sounds of child prodigies Chloe Hanslip 's violin and Declan Galbraith 's voice. Hymns include Dear Lord and Father and Be Still for the Presence of the Lord.
Producer John Forrest ; Editor Hugh Faupel
How do you save the good people of Newcastle over JE.1 million a day? This new money roadshow believes it has the answer and, in an attempt to prove it, assembles a crack squad of experts and sends them on what appears to be a monetary mission impossible. With Moira Stuart and Adam Shaw. Director Rob Finighan ; Series producer Tracey Hobbs Where are all the money programmes?: page 39
The experts visit the Wiltshire garrison town of Tidworth where, among the military paraphernalia - which includes an exquisite regimental silver centrepiece - they discover some rare French porcelain, valuable toys and a sardine tin with a history. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
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Snow and Ice. With winter approaching Craig Doyle braves the pistes of Canada, Jamie Theakston chills out at Sweden's Ice Hotel before donning his salopettes for a skiing holiday in France, and Dougie Vipond checks out the snowboarding scene in the Swiss resort of Saas Fee. Series producer Anne Taylor ; Executive producer John Comerford
Molly's attempts to rescue a wolf cub lead to chaos. Written by Leslie Stewart; Producer Stephen Garwood
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Action thriller. When terrorist Castor Troy threatens to blow up Los Angeles, the FBI has less than a week to find the - bomb. A bizarre face-swap operation allows agent
Sean Archer to impersonate Troy in a bid to locate the device.
Continues after the news. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director John Woo (1997, 18)
Dr Malcolm Walsh:
With Darren Jordon. Weather Darren Bett.
The conclusion of John Woo 's action thriller. Widescreen.
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Crime drama, showing as part of Gangster Season. Tough cop Jim Brannigan crosses the Atlantic in search of a notorious crook but finds the British police resent his unconventional methods. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Douglas Hickox (1975, 15) National Lampoon's The Don's Analyst continues the season, Tuesday 11. 35pm
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