Presented by Simon McCoy and Jules Botfield.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Actor Kris Kristofferson guests while, as part of the BBC's Taking Care season, poet Lem Sissay shares his experiences of growing up in foster care. Plus the woman whose conversion to Islam has had dramatic consequences. With Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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John Craven and Ben Fogle report from the Royal Agricultural College in Cirencester as students enjoy the annual ball. Plus the prisoner of war camp in Durham that has gained recognition as being of great historical importance. Includes 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
Desperate Doings in the Dungeon Is Rene able to rescue Flick? Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Hyacinth takes Daddy on a picnic. Writer Roy Clarke
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She's undergone a radical metamorphosis from out-of-work clown to successful recording artist- but how is 19-year-old Alex Parks coping with the limelight after winning last year's Fame Academy? In this behind-the-scenes profile, a picture emerges of a private young woman who simply wants to make music.
Pam Rhodes meets people whose lives have been changed by the power of prayer, including art critic Sister Wendy Beckett and Metropolitan Police
Commissioner Sir John Stevens.
With music from former Choirgirl and Choirboy of the Year, Lucy Rhodes and James Eager , and the Farrant Singers. Hymns include Dear Lord and Father of Mankind, Love Divine All Loves Excelling; and Father, Hear the Prayer We Offer. BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE:
L2.50. New edition on sale 25 February
Showing in the Taking Care strand, the arrival of an errant individual turns the life of the indomitable CBBC character upside down in a special edition of the drama set in a children's home. The series continues Thursday at 4.20pm.
Writer Mary Morris ; Producer Jane Steventon ; Director Joss Agnew (5)There's a care theme to this week's Doctors episodes starting tomorrow 2.05pm
At RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey, the experts value a group of letters written by author Lewis Carroll and an important carriage clock rescued from a skip. Presented by Michael Aspel. Inside Antiques follows at 7.30pm on BBC4.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: available monthly, price L3.00
Circular lawns and a pergola were features installed in a garden at Nantwich, Cheshire. One year on, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh return to see how their creation is faring. Producer John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam
8/8. Unfinished Business. Frankie has to make the biggest decision in her life. Tony's future hangs in the balance.
Writer Peter Gibbs ; Producer Sharon Houlihan ; Director Dominic Keavey
PC Jim Tully:
The unpleasant results of excessive alcohol intake during the festive season are the focus as police and paramedics cope with revellers in Plymouth, Swansea and Hartlepool. Producer Marc Sigsworth ; Executive producer Nick Curwin
With Jane Hill. Weather with Helen Willetts.
New series Tackling Tomorrow's Tearaways. The Government is currently spending millions on controversial schemes to identify children who could grow up to become criminals. Reporter Sarah Spiller asks whether this is a revolutionary way of dealing with youth crime or merely a way of labelling youngsters before they've even committed an offence. Producer Nick Hayes ; Editor Mike Robinson
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Erotic thriller. Did Rebecca Carlson kill her millionaire boyfriend? Initially convinced of her innocence, lawyer
Frank Dulaney is drawn to her case, only to uncover a web of torrid deceit and sexual perversion. Review page 44.
Rebecca Carlson Madonna
Director Uli Edel (1992, 18)
Followed by Weatherview
Horror reworking of the classic 19th-century tale, starring Ralph Bates. Dr Jekyll carries out a series of experiments on himself involving female hormones. Review page 44.
Director Roy Ward Baker (1971, 18)