Presented by Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin.
Live coverage of the 24th running of the annual road race through the capital, which follows 32,000 competitors on the 26.2-mile course from
Greenwich to the Mall. Starts are at 8.55 (women), 9.15 (men) for the wheelchair races, 9.05 for the women's race and 9.45 for the men's and mass races.
In the men's event, Olympic gold medallist
Gezahegne Abera defends the title he won last year with a dramatic sprint finish. The two men who crossed the line immediately behind him then - Italy's Stefano Baldini and Kenya's Joseph Ngolepus - are likely to feature strongly again, as are world champion Jaouad Gharib , two-time London winner Abdelkader El Mouaziz and top British hope Jon Brown.
In the women's race, the absence of reigning champion and world-record holder Paula Radcliffe is compensated for by the likes of Sun Yingjie, the third-fastest female in marathon history, former 10,000m and cross-country champion Gete Wami , New York champion
Margaret Okayo , and Chicago winner Svetlana Zakharova.
Commentary by Steve Cram ,
Brendan Foster , Paul Dickenson and Ian Thompson , with reports from Sally Gunnell ,
Angellica Bell , Rishi Persaud , Phil Jones , Juliette Ferrington , Richard Nerurkar and Peter Elliott. Presented by Sue Barker.
Highlights at 6.40pm on BBC2. Executive producer Martin Webster
Executive editor Dave Gordon BBCi: digital viewers can access the elite races, the finish and a replay of all the mini-marathon finishers
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Terry Wogan presents viewers' comments and criticisms.
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Pam Rhodes visits Liverpool to celebrate 40 years of L'Arche, an international organisation of over 120 communities in 30 countries bringing together people of different cultures, beliefs and abilities. As well as interviewing its founder, Jean Vanier , she also meets some of the city's L'Arche members. Hymns include Make Me a Channel of Your Peace, Just as / Am and /I, the Lord of Sea and Sky. [web address removed] BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: Â£2.50 RT SHOP: book, Songs of Praise: a Lent and Easter Companion, 19.99 (incl p&p). Call [number removed] (national rate)
10/10. Yours Truly- if You're Not Careful. A strange woman is in town trying to find Truly. A new series is planned.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
3/6. Richard ///. He was ruthless and ambitious but was Richard III really responsible for the deaths of the Princes in the Tower? And was he as dastardly and deformed as history records? Nick Knowles takes another romp back in time. Director Dafydd Palfrey ; Producer Mark Bristow See also War Walks: Bosworth Field which follows at 7pm on BBC4
3/3. William Morris. The influential British designer, best known for his exquisite wallpapers and textiles, was passionate about nature, medieval craftsmanship and Arthurian legend. Hilary Kay explores Morris's creative genius. Producer Samira Osman ; Series editor Kim Thomas
8/9. A House Divided. Ormston needs to win the annual pub Olympics, and a hefty cash prize, to buy back Phyllis's pub.
Writer Nick Warburton : Producer Chris Clough ; Director Simon Massey
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New series 1/4. Andrew Davies 's starry adaptation of Anthony Trollope 's "modem" novel charting the demise of a marriage. Louis Trevelyan and his wife Emily live in London with their son and Emily's sister Nora. But their world is turned upside down by the womanising Colonel Osborne. The next episode premieres at 10pm on BBC4.
Producer Nigel Stafford-Clark ; Director Tom Vaughan Behind-the-scenes special: page 10
Sir Marmaduke Rowley:
Darren Jordon. Weather Alex Deakin.
Celebrating the most stylish icons of 20th-century music. Bing Crosby , Dean Martin , Nat King Cole lived the life they sang about, while Tony Bennett and Andy Williams still do. Producers Gerard Barry. Matt O'Casey ; Exec producer Mark Cooper Phill Jupitus on Frank Sinatra : page 34
Comedy starring Melanie Griffith ,
John Goodman and Don Johnson. When his girlfriend embarrasses him at a function, millionaire Harry Brock decides she needs an education. Review page 50.
Director Luis Mandoki (1993. PG)
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Drama based on real events about a tempestuous affair that soon sours as the woman's temper shows through. Review page 50.
Director Paul Schneider (1998.15)