Presented by Bill Turnbull and Joanna Gosling.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
Pierce Brosnan talks about his role in the film Evelyn, in which he plays an Irish father battling against the church and state to gain custody of his children. In a new strand, Gail Porterfinds out what some people believe in, starting with angels. Plus, the weekly topical debate.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin ; Series producer Abigail Saxon EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pierce Brosnan guests on Film with Jonathan Ross tomorrow 11.10pm
A surprise message awaits a husband.
John Craven reports on a show dedicated to the great outdoors while Michaela Strachan tries mountaineering, helped by Chris Bonington. Plus weather for the week ahead. EMAIL: [email address removed]
Reports and interviews on policy issues and news at national level, with Jeremy Vine. From 12.35, in-depth local stories, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.00 News.
Editor James Stephenson NOTE: satellite viewers must retune to analogue to see the local element of the above programme
Comedy western starring
Chevy Chase, Steve Martin and Martin Short. On screen, silent stars Dusty Bottoms,
Lucky Day and Ned Nederlander are fearless heroes. Then they are hired to appear in a small Mexican village that is being terrorised. Widescreen.
Review page 46.
Director John Landis (1986, PG)
News of last Friday's fundraising extravaganza.
Cathy Shipton appeals on behalf of the British Institute for Brain Injured Children. Plus Nick Clark with this month's charity news. Rptd Wed 1pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: [address removed] call
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From Dublin, on the eve of St
Patrick's Day, Eamonn Holmes samples some of the attractions. Music from Christ Church
Cathedral includes Praise to the Holiest, There Is a Green Hill and Blue Bird.
As people attempt to fight the rising tide of flab they turn to the dieting industry. In this new 14-part series clinically overweight people are divided into four groups, each following a different diet for six months. Tonight presenter Eamonn Holmes visits some of the dieters.
Producers Simon Draper , Hamo Forsythe, Claire Hughes and Alison Martin
Series producer Gaby Koppel www.bbc.co.uk/diettrials Weigh to go and RT Shop book offer: page 34
To end the 25th series a compilation of classic clips chosen by viewers. Including a teapot that raised enough money to buy a house and a collection of silver hidden under a bed. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 4am 25 Years of the Antiques Roadshow can be seen at 7.30pm on BBC4
All of a Florrie. Truly finds out out what's it's like when a flirtation from the past turns up with amorous intentions.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Honesty. A nosey neighbour brings troubles for Frankie.
Writer Suzie Smith ; Producer Rosemarie Whitman ; Director Rob Evans 288 7
Wilson Clarke Ram:
Steve Hogg Pete:
nNew dad Kev is hit by a car but then becomes obsessed by the driver, an exotic Serbian. Contains strong language.
Written by Bill Gallagher ; Producer Juliet Charlesworth ; Director Brian Grant
www.bbc.co.uk/drama Pam Ferris 's TV CV: page
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With Jane Hill. Weather with Michael Fish.
Frontline Britain. A look at how British intelligence agencies have conducted a secret war against al-Qaeda since 11
September. And, as the UK faces up to the possibility of a terrorist attack, reporter Andy Davies questions whether the emergency services are ready to cope. Producer David Wickham ; Editor Mike Robinson
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 3.20am NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
r Steven Spielberg 's multi-Oscar-winning drama, based on Thomas Keneally 's novel and showing in the Oscar 75 season. Krakow 1939: as Jewish persecution spreads through Europe, Austrian businessman Oskar Schindler finds it worth his while to protect his Jewish workers. Widescreen. Review page 46.
(1993,15) (BW and Colour) The Oscar 75 season continues with The Pallbearer at 12.30am on BBC2
Film Trivia: page 48; The Bigger Picture: page 50
Followed by Weatherview