Presented by Jon Sopel and Emily Maitlis.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including 9.00 News, plus weather later.
Singer Patti Boulaye reviews the papers, while Star Trek icon William Shatner drops in for a chat. And Father David Hartley tells why he remains a committed Christian, despite the life-threatening condition that affects his four sons. With Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly. Executive producer Chris Loughiin
Series producer Abigail Saxon
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A report from Northern Ireland on the plan to create the province's first national park. Plus the video diary of a Greenpeace campaigner. With John Craven. Including weather for the week. Series producer Sarah Eglin
Interviewee Steve Redgrave joins Steve Rider for the University
Boat Race at 5pm.
Rangers v Celtic
The reigning champions bid to halt a four-match losing streak against their Old Firm rivals (kick-off 12.30), who seem certain to succeed them as SPL kings. With a huge league lead, as well as progression to the last four of the Scottish Cup at the expense of Rangers, Celtic are on course for a domestic double. With Gary Lineker. Commentary by Simon Brotherton , Pat Nevin. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor
Hyacinth's plans for Richard's retirement are derailed.
Cast on Thursday (AD)
The great British sporting tradition celebrates its 150th outing as the rowing crews of Oxford and Cambridge compete over four-and-a-quarter miles along the River Thames from Putney to Mortlake (starts 6.00). Last year's race produced the closest finish ever, with Oxford winning by just one foot. The build-up recalls the greatest moments since 1829, the year the two universities first rowed against each other. There's also a re-creation of that inaugural race and a look at how crews prepared then and now.
Steve Rider is joined by Olympic heroes Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent. Commentary by Barry Davies , Dan Topolski , Garry Herbert and Chris Baillieu. Executive producer Paul Davies
Editor Philip Bernie Danny Kelly 's big spotting weekend: p28
2/13. You Don't Know Jack. Michael 's friend and Susan's admirer turn out to be one and the same person.
Writer Andrea Solomons Shown last Friday Regular cast on Friday
7/10. Barry Becomes a Psychopathic Killer.... Smilerfinds himself being pursued by a woman who believes he's rich.
Writer Roy Clarke : Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Michael Fish.
5/9. The Doctor Now Departing. Tom and Arthur agree to suspend their hostilities to treat Eddie's illness. Ormston is in shock when one of the doctors decides to leave.
Writer Chris Chibnall ; Producer Chris Clough ; Director David Tucker James Bolam stars in the crime series New Tricks, beginning Thursday 9pm
Dr Arthur Gilder:
Dr Tom Gilder:
The Matthews sisters:
The Matthews sisters:
1/2. James Nesbitt stars in Tony Marchant 's dark drama. Radiographer Joe Keyes turns a blind eye to the potential assault of a woman on a train - a decision that comes back to haunt him and his family. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Producer David Snodin ; Director David Morrissey
More cast on Monday Guilt trip: page 26; James Nesbitt - Face of the Week: page 57
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With Fiona Bruce. Weather with Michael Fish.
Saddam on the Run. The inside story of how
Saddam Hussein eluded the Coalition forces' manhunt for eight months, looking at just who betrayed him, where he hid, and revealing a brutal story of revenge. With Jane Corbin. Producer Chris Woods ; Editor Mike Robinson Postponed from 21 March Signed at2. 50am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Horror starring Jonny Lee Miller and Christopher Plummer. London, 2001: when the coffin of his great enemy, Dracula, is stolen, Abraham Van Helsing follows the vampire's trail to New Orleans. Review page 44. Director Patrick Lussier (2000, 15)
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Portmanteau horror starring Denholm Elliott. On the trail of a famous actor, a police inspector fetches up at a house where all the previous tenants have come to grisly ends. Review page 44.
Director Peter Duffell (1971, 12)