Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Jason Donovan talks to Alice Beer, reflecting on life since Neighbours and his current role in the hit London stage musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Is your future written in the stars? Kate Silverton looks to the skies for some answers. Plus a topical chat with Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Series producer Abigail Saxon
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John Craven looks at how the M6 motorway has changed the Cumbrian countryside, while Charlotte Smith explores the Wolds Way in Yorkshire. Plus weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Eglin
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.
Editor James Stephenson
Denise Lewis chats with Michael Parkinson.
After 32 years of broadcasting, the BBC Pebble Mill building in Birmingham is to close. Toyah Willcox, who starred in a number of Pebble Mill productions, embarks on a whistle-stop tour of the centre, from the set of Doctors to the studio where The Archers is made. With contributions from Cliff Richard and Warren Clarke.
Sci-fi drama. Two orphans with strange abilities come to the attention of a scheming millionaire. Review page 44.
Director John Hough (1975, U)
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In the second of athree-part strand, Jonathan Edwards examines how three words associated with the apostle Paul - faith, hope and love-have inspired some powerful human stories. People share their experiences of holding on to hope. Music includes All My Hope on God Is Founded.
A visit to the Royal Hospital at Haslar, Gosport, reveals a series of valuables with royal connections, including a radiograph of Edward Vlll 's hand and a piece of ceremonial silverware given to HMS Lion by Tsar Nicolas II. With
Michael Aspel. Inside Antiques follows at 7pm on BBC4. Producer Michele Burgess : Series editor Simon Shaw BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: monthly, price 13.00
Alistair McGowan swaps his impersonator's hat for that of a conservationist as he embarks on a mission to Africa to release a couple of white rhinos from protective captivity. McGowan's role is to track the rhinos on foot, stun them and then drill holes in their horns ready for the installation of tracking devices. How will the comic fare?
Producer Michael Massey : Executive producer John Comerford The Big Impression is on Friday at 11.05pm
Alistair McGowan 's big, big, impression: page 29
. 5/8. Famines. Matt Brewer meets the father who I walked out on him when he was only eight-years-old.
Writer Susan Wilkins ; Producer Sharon Houlihan ; Director Simon Massey
www.bbc.co.uk/downtoearth One final question - Denise Welch : page
PC Jim Tully:
5/6. Dangerous Liaisons. The pressure grows on secret spy Neville. Oz's relationship with Ofelia faces a major setback.
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
With Jane Hill. Weather with Alex Deakin.
Action adventure starring Steven Seagal and Tommy Lee Jones. The Missouri, the US Navy's biggest battleship, is
- hijacked by ruthless criminals intent on stealing its lucrative nuclear arsenal. Review page 44.
Director Andrew Davis 11992,15)
Crime thriller starring
Robert Shaw and Bruce Dern. Members of the terrorist group "Black September" plan to hijack an airship and cause carnage at the American Super Bowl. Review page 44.
Director John Frankenheimer (1976, 15) Film Trivia: page 55
The latest news from Nasa's Mars rover and Europe's Mars Express. With Patrick Moore.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Sat on BBC2
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