With Bill Turnbull and Daisy Sampson.
Topical discussion, including a look at the Sunday papers, with David Frost and guests. Including
8.30 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Live coverage of the world's biggest half-marathon, now in its 23rd year, in which 47,000 entrants will tackle the 13.1-mile course from Newcastle to the coast at South Shields.
The event begins at 10.10 with the wheelchair race. At
10.15, it's the elite women, featuring marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe , back from the injury that kept her out of the world championships. She takes on half-marathon world record holder and Great North Run champion
Susan Chepkemei of Kenya, Olympic and former world
10,000m champion Derartu Tulu of Ethiopia and Olympic 10,000m gold medallist Fernanda Ribeiro of Portugal.
And at 10.40 the elite men - and the rest of the runners - should be led by world half-marathon champion Paul Kosgei of Kenya and former Olympic 5,000m gold medallist Dieter Baumann of Germany. Special mention should also go to the event's founder,
Brendan Foster , who takes part this year.
Presented by Sue Barker , with commentary by Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Charlie Spedding and Liz McColgan.
Highlights at 6.15pm on BBC2. Executive producer Martin Webster , Executive editor Dave Gordon
Jeremy Vine and team present their unique view of politics. From 2.05, in-depth local stories, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 1.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson
In an episode of the sitcom from 1991, Hyacinth and Richard go on a weekend golfing break.
Written by Roy Clarke
Bargain Hunt's David Dickinson sits in for Terry Wogan this week, as viewers get the chance to give their opinions on BBC programmes. CONTACT: write to Points of View, BBC Birmingham B5 7QQ; phone [number removed] email firstname.lastname@example.org
In the centenary year of the world's first garden city, Pam Rhodes visits Letchworth in Hertfordshire and learns why the city was built without pubs, while even the cheapest house had a garden. Hymns include Christ Triumphant and The
A valuable jewelled elephant and a Victorian suit of armour are among the finds at Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
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Dali. On a visit to Spain, Rolf Harris enters the strange world of surrealist icon Salvador Dali. After attempting his own version of Dali's Persistence of Memory, Rolf helps create a suitable tribute to the artist - a chair that cannot be sat on. Director Claudine King-Dabbs ; Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
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Wilderness. In the second often programmes seeking out the cream of specialist holidays, Ginny Buckley focuses on wilderness adventures. Reporting from India, she has a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with Bengal tigers, while in Canada Ralf Little searches for grizzly bears, and in Hawaii Hermione Norris discovers more than surfing.
Series producer Maggi Gibson : Executive producer John Comerford Repeated with sign language Tuesday 3.50am www.bbc.co.uk/holiday Holiday- You Call the Shots is tomorrow at 7pm
What has EastEnder Frank Butcher been up to since faking his death in Spain? This one-off update reveals all, as he prepares for the opening of his new nightclub.
Written by Tony Jordan
DS Paul Kemmit:
DC Wayne Atkins:
Walking on Water (part 1). When Mark Lovell is cleared of the murder of his adoptive father, DSI Boyd isn't convinced. To discover the truth, Boyd must first explain the disappearance of some other family members. Concludes tomorrow 9pm.
Written by Simon Mirren : Producer Richard Burrell : Director Andy Hay
Det Supt Peter Boyd:
Dr Grace Foley:
Dr Frankie Wharton:
DC Amelia Silver:
DS Spencer Jordan:
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Fantasy action adventure based on the Marvel Comics character, starring Wesley Snipes as vampire killer Blade. Maverick vampire Deacon Frost (Stephen Dorff ) threatens to invoke a powerful force that will take over the Earth - and only Blade can stop him. Widescreen. Review page 44.
Director Stephen Norrington (1998, 18)
Followed by Weathervlew
Thriller starring Robert Duvall as bank robber Earl Macklin , recently released from prison, who has a score to settle. The Mob has killed his brother and now Macklin is out for revenge. Review page 45.
Director John Flynn (1973, 15)