Presented by Tim Willcox and Sian Williams.
FA Cup fourth-round highlights. Live coverage of Manchester
United v West Ham at 12.50pm. Shorn yesterday 10.30pm
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including
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Editor Barney Jones
Actress Maureen Lipman talks to Alice Beer , while Paul Bradley meets a woman who claims to have been Anne Boleyn 's maid in a past life. Meanwhile, Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester host the topical studio debate. Series producer Abigail Saxon : Executive producer Chris Loughlin COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) or email email@example.com
On today's message show there are thanks for a deserving mother and congratulations to a slimming-champion father.
John Craven marks the 50th anniversary of the floods on England's east coast, which claimed over 300 lives. Plus weather for the week. Rooded Britain -Wednesday 8.30pm BBC4
Hyacinth's family get in the way of her quest for perfection. Written by Roy Clarke
England and Manchester United football star
David Beckham talks to
Manchester Utdv West Ham IM
An all-Premiership battle for a place in the last 16 of the FA Cup in this fourth-round clash from Old Trafford (kickoff 1.00).
This was becoming something of a bogey fixture for
Alex Ferguson 's side, who, as cup holders, were sunk two years ago and again defeated in the league the next season. But the most recent meeting saw the Red Devils cruise to a 3-0 win. Commentary: John Motson. Hosted by Gary Linekerwith Alan Hansen and Peter Schmeichel.
Shrewsbury v Chelsea is at
6.15pm. The fifth-round draw is tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2. Producer James Irving ; Editor
Andrew Clement BBCi: special interactive features available to digital viewers
Cast Thursday/Friday Is Robbie heading for Crossroads?: page 10; Soap & Flannel: page 35
Gourmet Night. Basil tries to attract a better class of guest. Written by John Cleese and Connie Booth
The Secret Birthday of Norman Clegg. Clegg tries to avoid a fuss on his birthday by lunching at a nice quiet hotel.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Shrewsbury Town v Chelsea
The second of today's live FA Cup fourth-round ties is this intriguing fixture from Gay Meadow in which the Third
Division giant-killers try their luck against three-times cup winners Chelsea (kickoff 6.30).
Claudio Ranieri 's team will be anxious to avoid the same fate as the last cup visitors to this ground - Everton were thwarted by a double strike from experienced forward Nigel Jemson. Will the Londoners' squad, boasting world-class quality in every department, prove a bridge too far for the Shrews? Introduced by Gary Lineker , with Alan Hansen and Peter Reid. Commentary by Barry Davies.
Coverage of the fifth-round draw can be seen tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2. www.bbc.co.uk/football BBCi: special interactive features available to digital viewers
The conclusion of writer and director Stephen Poliakoff 's two-part drama about a boy forgotten by history.
The spirited Prince John and his nanny Lalla are living quietly on the Sandringham Estate, but unrest is growing in Europe.
HISTORICAL DRAMA The Lost Prince
8.30pm BBC1 As the final part of Stephen Poliakoff's evocative and moving drama about Prince John, the hidden son of Queen Mary and King George V, opens, Britain is about to go to war with Germany. Johnnie (Matthew Thomas) and his devoted nanny Lalla (Gina McKee) are moved to a run-down house on the Sandringham estate where Johnnie can be kept from view, thus saving his parents from any embarrassment at their son's lack of social finesse. His mother visits by appointment, but she's a cold and distant woman. As Europe falls into bloody conflict, Johnnie lives happily oblivious to the horrors befalling his relatives, the Russian royal family, at the hands of the Bolsheviks. His life is small and circumscribed. But at last he has the chance to make his parents proud, with a musical recital. Sadly for ailing Johnnie, it will be his first, and his last. The Lost Prince has been a joy and was doubtless fallen upon by anyone yearning for a drama of depth and quality. And you will need a heart of stone not to feel genuine, tearful sadness at its final scenes. Alison Graham
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With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Rob McElwee.
Survivors. Advances in medical science mean that more children are surviving profound disability, but the strain of caring for such youngsters can stretch parental love to breaking point. In the first of a new series, Sarah Barclay spends five months with two families to find out the reality of life for parents of severely disabled children.
Producer Aidan Laverty ; Editor Mike Robinson NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change No visible means of support: page 27
Psychological thriller. Convinced a killer has taken over her mind, Claire Cooper is committed. But when her husband is murdered, she realises she is being haunted by the past. Widescreen. Review page 42.
Director Neil Jordan (1998, 18)
Followed by Weathervlew
Detective Jack Kay:
Gail O'Grady. While preparing to marry, Karen Winthrop learns that she has been suffering from amnesia for four years and already has a husband and child. Review page 42.
Director David Burton Morris (1997, 12)