Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Featuring the Home Counties woman who fell for a Navajo chief via the internet. Plus
Alice Beer chats with ex-politician
Mo Mowlam , while Ross Kelly and Philippa Forrester host the regular weekly debate.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Series producer Abigail Saxon
John Craven and Adam Henson follow the work of the search and rescue teams in Exmoor's National Park as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. With 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
The Camera in the Potato. René tries to photograph a secret plan. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Jason Alexander and Faye Dunaway. When a pompous Englishman arrives at a five-star hotel, the manager's son spots his thieving orang-utan, but can't convince anyone he's telling the truth. Review page 50. Director Ken Kwapis (1996, PG)
Cast Thursday/Friday (AD)
On the eve of St David's Day, Aled Jones visits Brecon in Wales where he meets locals, visits the National Showcaves at Dan-yr-Ogof and discovers Wales's oldest secret. Hymns from Brecon Cathedral include For All the Saints, Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Redeemer, and Jesu, Lover of My Soul. BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: f2.50
Clegg, Truly and Billy find Lionel's abandoned wife.
Michael Aspel 's second visit to RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey brings to light a potentially very valuable credenza. Last in the current series, which returns in the autumn.
Inside Antiques follows at 7pm on BBC4.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
1/2. A two-part docudrama tracing the extraordinary life of one of art's towering legends. In the first episode the name of Michelangelo (played by Stephen Noonan ) is immortalised when, at 26, he produces a colossal statue of biblical hero David from a flawed piece of marble.
Series producer Tim Dunn ; Executive producer Kim Thomas Size does matter: page 31
New series 1/9. A Little Touch of Harry. Phyllis's husband Harry returns to Ormston, much to Arthur's dismay, as the 1950s rural drama returns for a third run.
Dr Tom Gilder:
Dr Arthur Gilder:
1/2. A drama that time-shifts between the 1970s and the present to tell the story of Stephen Downing, who was wrongly jailed in 1973 for the murder of Wendy Sewell. More than 20 years on local newspaper editor Don Hale takes up the case.
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Penny Tranter.
Secrets of the Camps. Hilary Andersson reports on Zimbabwe's clandestine army camps, where Robert Mugabe 's government trains his youth militia to rape, torture and kill. Producer Jonathan Brunert ; Editor Mike Robinson
www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Jonathan is joined by Alistair McGowan , Ronni Ancona and Rob Brydon to whet our appetites for the most famous night in showbusiness, coverage of which starts at 12.50am.
Director Bruce Thompson ; Producer Tom Webber RT's Oscars special: page 16
Comedy starring Danny DeVito and Billy Crystal. Two men with murderous thoughts about an ex-wife and a mother undertake to carry out each other's killing. Review page 50.
Director Danny DeVito (1987, 15) Film Trivia: page 61
Followed by Weathervlew
Jonathan Ross is in Los Angeles for a night of razzmatazz and emotion as Billy Crystal hosts the film world's biggest awards ceremony. Liquid News Oscars Special is tomorrow at 8.30pm on BBC3, while Jonathan presents highlights tomorrow at 10.35pm on BBC1. RT's Oscars special: page 16