With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky and, from
8.30, the celebration of British film continues with presenter Nicki Chapman being given exclusive access to a film set at Shepperton Studios.
Timetable on Monday
Another set of contestants take their chances facing the carefully nurtured brutality of Anne Robinson as they take part in the ruthless cut-and-thrust general-knowledge quiz. Producer Dee Todd ; Series producer Eileen Herlihy
Earlier this year 20,000 members of the British public sent in their suggestions for the top 50 things everyone should do in their lifetime. The results are surprising and produce the ultimate wish list of travel, adrenaline and must-do experiences. So whether you think you 've done it all or want a check list of what to do, sit back and strap yourself in for a rollercoaster journey. Presented by Gabby Logan.
Producer Tracy Edwards ; Executive producer Jannine Waddell
Egypt's great Pyramid of Giza is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to survive intact. First shown last October, this one-off programme employs historical research, archaeological findings and modern technology to tell the story of the pyramid's construction as it would have appeared to those who built it. Narrated by Omar Sharif. Director Jonathan Stamp ; Executive producer Laurence Rees (R) BBC BOOK: Pyramid: How and Why It Was Built, £16.99 at www.bbcshop.com
Spring. The Bishop of Mulberry conducts the christening of Alice and Hugo's baby, while David has a proposal for Geraldine. Featuring a guest appearance from Sean Bean.
Written by Paul Mayhew-Archer and Richard Curtis ; Director Gareth Carrivick Producers Margot Gavan Duffy and Jon Plowman (R)
Owen Newitt Roger:
Bishop of Mulberry:
Crime drama starring Robert De Niro. Tom Spellacy is a resentful cop, his brother an ambitious Roman Catholic priest. They take their relationship and different lives for granted - until a murder comes between them. Review page 52.
Director Ulu Grosbard (1981, 15)
Followed by Weathervlew
Des Spellacy Robert:
Dan T Campion:
Programmes with sign language. Ends 4.45.
Watchdog Consumer news. Shown yesterday at 7pm
2.15 Crowded Skies Recounting the mid-air collision between two airliners above Switzerland. First shown on BBC2
3.05 Garden SOS A series in which Andy Collins and Ann-Marie Powell spotlight some great gardening bunglers. (R)
3.35 Featuring the fitness fanatic who tried to sort out the garden but built himself a gym instead. Shown last Thursday
4.05 Holiday - Ten Best Activity breaks feature in this new series, hosted by Ginny Buckley , looking at specialist holidays worldwide. Shown Sunday at 7.20pm
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