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Actor Jonathan Pryce talks about being a Hollywood villain, while Alistair Appleton turns the pages of the Guru Granth Sahib , the Sikh holy book. With Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Series producer Abigail Saxon
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The message show helps a dad celebrate his 70th birthday. With Nadia Sawalha , Ingrid Tarrant and Amanda Lamb.
Why five Scottish ski resorts are on the market and the "green" alternative to disposable nappies. With John Craven. Including weather for the week. sisi
Jeremy Vine and his team with 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 Confusion of the Generals The generals meet at the chateau. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Rose behaves irresponsibly.
Writer Roy Clarke
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Terry Wogan presents viewers' comments and criticisms.
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Michael Palin appeals on behalf of the Motivation Charitable Trust which sets up self-sustaining projects for disabled people in very poor countries.
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3/13. What's Up, Docklands? Ben and Susan regret agreeing to help out some friends.
Writers Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Shown last Friday
On Palm Sunday Pam Rhodes visits Gloucester, where hymns include God So Loved the World, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross and Before the Throne of God Above.
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8/10. Things to Do When Your Wife Runs Off . . . The man Barry and Glenda once exchanged addresses with turns up.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
New series 1/6. A romp through history with Nick Knowles who takes a look at the truth behind some famous legends. 1066. William the Conqueror and King Harold tell how they came to meet at the Battle of Hastings despite neither of them having an obvious claim to the throne of England. Director Dafydd Palfrey ; Producer Annie Heather A History of Britain by Simon Schama. looking at 1066, follows at 7pm on BBC4 Giving history shows a makeover: page 10
1/3. Tracing the enduring legacy of three early design gurus and revealing the secrets of their craft.
The Antiques Roadshow's Hilary Kay sets off from 18th-century Yorkshire to trace the life and legacy of the most famous furniture maker in the world.
Made in Britain: page 32
6/9. And Is There Honey Still for Tea? A new doctor arrives,
- causing a stir. Deborah and Phyllis make a shocking discovery.
Writer Chris Chibnall ; Producer Chris Clough ; Director Paul Harrison
Dr Donald Newman:
Dr Tom Gilder:
Vengeance Is Mine 1/2. Psychological thriller starring Ken Stott as DCI Metcalfe , who is plunged into the dark world of a serial killer after a man is found to have been buried alive.
With violence and strong language. Concludes next week.
Writer Lizzie Mickery ; Producer Joshua St Johnston
Director David Richards
DCI Red Metcalfe:
DI Duncan Warren:
DS Kate Beauchamp:
Jane Hill. Weather Peter Gibbs.
The Killers. Ten years after he encountered the scene of a massacre in Rwanda during the genocide of 1994, Fergal Keane returns to investigate how ordinary men became pitiless killers, hearing harrowing descriptions of the slaughter given by the perpetrators themselves. Producer Darren Kemp ; Editor Mike Robinson
Signed www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change How did we allow this to happen?: page 13
Crime thriller starring Robert Carlyle and Ray Winstone. Troubles begin when a gang's £2-million heist nets a lot less. Then a traitor is discovered. Review page 52.
Director Antonia Bird (1997, 18)
Joining physicists at Europe's deepest mining project in a bid to search for dark matter.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Sat on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview