Presented by Bill Turnbull and Jules Botfield.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Countryside issues, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Live coverage from Whitehall, in the year that marks the 60th anniversary of the battle at El Alamein , as the Queen joins representatives from Parliament, the armed forces and the Commonwealth for the laying of wreaths at the Cenotaph and the two minutes' silence. In time-honoured tradition, 10,000 veterans march in memory of colleagues killed in conflict. Commentary is provided by David Dimbleby , with Colonel
John Hughes-Wilson . Highlights are at 6.15pm on BBC2.
Executive producer David Pickthall
Subsequent programmes may run late
Topical interviews and political reports, with Andrew Rawnsley. Including 12.10 News.
Hyacinth's house-purchase plans take an unexpected turn. Written by Roy Clarke
Cast on Thursday
Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza is the only one of the Seven
Wonders of the Ancient World to survive intact. This programme, narrated by Omar Sharif , tells the story of its construction. Director Jonathan Stamp ; Executive producer Laurence Rees RT SHOP: book, £14.99 incl p&p
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Auto Erotica. Ben's efforts to revive an old banger coincide with Susan's anniversary plans. Written by Jim and Steve Armogida
Shown last Thursday
In a special programme to mark Remembrance Sunday, Aled Jones travels to the Falkland Islands to meet those whose lives were irrevocably changed by the conflict there
20 years ago. Music comes from the Falkland Islands Memorial
Chapel at Pangbourne College in Berkshire, where hymns include The Lord's My Shepherd and When I Survey.
With Peter Sissons. Weather David Braine.
Michael Aspel and the team of experts pay a second visit to Shugborough Hall in Staffordshire, where they mull over such artefacts as a hat stand decorated with bears.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 12.20am BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers
BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: new issue on sale 8 November, £2.95 Michael Aspel 's TV CV: page
Rolf Harris kicks off a second, four-part series exploring famous artists and their work with a look at Henri de Toulouse-
Lautrec. The 19th-century French artist's life was blighted by disease, a bizarre appearance and alcoholism but, as Rolf shows, his problems did little to quell his dedication. Series producer Tina Retcher , Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves Toulouse-Lautrec is also profiled at 7.30pm on BBC4 Rolf takes on the old masters: page 30
The team return to the scene of previous alfresco activity in the first of a ten-part series. Their first port of call is
Kirby Hill in the Yorkshire Dales, where two years earlier they transformed a headteacher's garden. With Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh.
Director John Thomicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
Earlier this year 20,000 members of the public cast their vote on what they saw as the locations everyone should visit at least once. The result is a definitive wish list of hotspots, unveiled here by Craig Doyle. In addition to the top 50, four viewers file a report from their favourite place. Producer Lindsay Bradbury : Executive producer Jannine Waddell Holiday continues tomorrow at 7pm www.bbc.co.uk/holiday
A major new political drama, spanning the last decade, which follows two young would-be politicians.
Opposition. 1992: Housemates Paul Tibbenham and Maggie Dunn are dedicated to bringing Labour to power. But as the party restyles itself, the lovers' passion for politics and each other starts to tear them apart. Concludes tomorrow 9pm. Written by Leigh Jackson ; Producer Matthew Bird ; Director Peter Kosminsky
www.bbc.co.uk/drama Slamming the spin: page 36
With Peter Sissons. Weather with David Braine.
Action thriller starring Keanu Reeves , Morgan Freeman and Rachel Weisz. A pair of scientists go on the run when their discovery of a pollution-free energy process attracts the attention of sinister characters. Widescreen. Review page 62. Director Andrew Davis (1996, 12)
Radio Revolution. Patrick Moore introduces the second of two programmes from Manchester's Jodrell Bank Observatory. Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Sat on BBC2
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