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Memorial Day on Tuesday, actor Ben Kingsley talks to Elaine Lipworth about the roles that have most moved him, while a survivor of the Rwandan genocide recounts their story. With Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Jeremy Vine and team present their unique view of politics. From 12.35, in-depth local stories, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including at 12.00 News.
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Manchester City v Tottenham Coverage of this all-Premiership FA Cup fourth-round tie from the City of Manchester Stadium (kickoff 1.00).
Kevin Keegan 's men face
Spurs following their third-round replay against Leicester, a 3-1 result that ended a 14-match run without a win. Spurs are looking for their first silverware since 1999's League Cup. But they are without striker Freddie Kanoute , who is playing in the African Cup of Nations for Mali.
Introduced by Gary Lineker.
Commentary comes from John Motson and Mark Lawrenson. www.bbc.co.uk/football Coverage of the fifth-round draw is live tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2.
In the first of a three-part strand Jonathan Edwards examines how three words associated with the apostle Paul - faith, hope and love -have inspired some powerful human stories. Tonight's focus is on faith, with music from singer-songwriter
Stuart Townend , the St Michael's Singers and the choirs of St Mary's Church in Warwick.
4/4. She's best known for her role as outrageous Granny Sushila in The Kumars at No 42, but tonight Meera Syal is forgoing the wig and heavy makeup for more flattering attire. Artists Kim Beer , John Raynes and Maggie Milne paint the actress, comedian and writer in three different ways - but when Rolf Harris reveals the completed works, which one will Meera choose to hang on her wall at home? Series director David Wheeler ; Executive producer Johannah Dyer A radio adaptation of Meera Syal 's novel Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee begins tomorrow at 11.45am on BBC 7
A jug bought for a fiver which is now valued at L10,000 and one of the first pocket calculators ever manufactured are among the finds in St Ives, Cambridgeshire. With Michael Aspel. Inside Antiques follows at 7.20pm on BBC4.
Producer Michele Burgess : Series editor Simon Shaw BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: monthly. price E3.00
10/10. Looking to add a little spice to this year's holiday? Ginny Buckley has ideas for some great adventure breaks, including an encounter with Bengal tigers in India and an exhilarating flight overthe Grand Canyon. Meanwhile, Ralf Little is on the lookout for grizzly bears in Canada, and Hermione Norris finds there's more to Hawaii than surfing. Series producer Maggi Gibson : Executive producer John Comerford RT's guide to holidays in the USA: see centre pages
4/8. Can't Buy You Love. Is Frankie sure that a simple life in the country with Matt is what she really wants?
Writer Joe Fraser ; Producer Sharon Houlihan ; Director Simon Meyers www.bbc.co.uk/downtoearth
4/6. Moonlighting. Keen to impress Ofelia, a besotted Oz asks the lads to help him out- bv breaking the law.
Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ; Producer Chrissy Skinns
Director David Innes Edwards www.bbc.co.uk/pet BBC BOOK: The Complete Auf Wiedersehen Pet Story, hardback £14.99
Action thriller starring Nicolas Cage , John Cusack and John Malkovich. Paroled after eight years in prison, Cameron Poe heads home on a transport plane carrying some of America's most dangerous criminals. Film of the Week: page 39
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