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Editor Barney Jones
On today's edition of the show for body, mind and soul, former teen idol Donny Osmond performs live in the studio and Pierce Brosnan talks to Elaine Lipworth about 007, faith and family. Meanwhile, Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester host the regular studio debate.
Producer Simon Marsh
Series producer Abigail Saxon
Countryside issues, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Topical interviews and political reports, with John Humphrys. Including 11.30 News.
Another chance to see the first part of David Attenborough 's new series in which he explores why mammals are the most successful and diverse animals on the planet.
A Winning Design. Australia's bizarre mammals, including platypuses and marsupials.
Shown last Wednesday
A Handful of Dust. Ben is taken aback when Susan and the children take heed of his request for a fuss-free birthday. Shown last Thursday
Terry Wogan hosts a new series of the forum for viewers' to express opinions about BBC programmes. CONTACT: write to Points of View, BBC Television, Birmingham, B5 7QQ; phone/ fax [number removed]; email email@example.com www.bbc.co.uk/pov
Nigel Havers appeals on behalf of the Riders for Health, which seeks to develop a vital transport network across Africa. Repeated Wednesday 1.10pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: [address removed] or telephone [number removed]
To mark St Andrew 's Day next Saturday, Sally Magnusson travels across Scotland to meet people who, like Scotland's patron saint, have changed their life to follow Jesus. Hymns, sung in Aberdeen Cathedral featuring the Scottish Ensemble and Karen Matheson , include Jesus Calls Us and Love
The free-thinking author of Daniel Deronda (which began a three-part dramatisation yesterday) and Middlemarch broke the sexual, religious and social rules of Victorian society. This drama-documentary explores the life of a woman ahead of her time, whose literary fame helped her triumph over adversity. Starring Harriet Walter as George Eliot , John Sessions as George Henry Lewes and James Wilby as Herbert Spencer. Presented by Maureen Lipman. Written by Steve Attridge ; Producer Mary Downes ; Executive producer
Kim Thomas The passionate rebel: page 26
A trip to Oban on the west coast of Scotland yields an eclectic mix of rarities including evidence of secret service activity under George I, furniture from Estonia, a Russian cigarette box and a chair from Portugal. Presented by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
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The genial antipodean enlists the support of daughter Bindi as he swaps his paint brush for a lump of clay and attempts to emulate the genius of sculpture Auguste Rodin in the third of his four-part exploration of famous artists and their work. Series producer Tina Fletcher ; Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves BBC BOOK: Rolf on Art by Rolf Harris , available now price £14.99
J Action adventure. After escaping prison in the Holy Land,
Robin of Locksley and his friend Azeem return to England. On discovering Robin's father murdered and King Richard exiled, they then join forces with a band of thieves to try to oust the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham. Review page 62.
Director Kevin Reynolds (1991, PG)
Robin of Locksley/Robin Hood:
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With Fiona Bruce. Weather David Braine.
The Cost of Living in Sin. Three million Britons currently cohabit yet have scant legal protection, compared to married couples, if things go wrong. Sarah Spiller assesses the cost of being an unmarried couple and uncovers the political intrigue behind new Government proposals for cohabitees. Producer Fiona Gough : Editor Mike Robinson Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 3.15am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news. its subject matter may change RT SHOP: book, Panorama: 50 Years of Pride and Paranoia by Richard Lindley , is available from the RT Shop, price £17.99 inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) orvisitwww.radiotimes.com/rtshop
Drama. An architect meets and falls in love with a masseur, not realising he is blind. Widescreen. Review page 62.
Director IrwinWinkler (1998, 12) Teach Yourself Mira Sorvino : page 69
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Teen drama starring David Arquette and Salma Hayek. A police chief takes drastic action after being unable to nail a rebellious teenager. Review page 62.
Director Robert Rodriguez (1994,15)