Presented by Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Canadian jazz musician Diana Krall guests, while Chris Beardshaw visits a school transformed by a garden. Poet Lemm Sissay reviews the news. With Alice Beer and Ross Kelly. Producer Oliver File; Series producer Abigail Saxon
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Nina Wadia , Dominic Holland. Alvin Hall and Eric Knowles join regulars Rod Liddle , Alan Coren and Fiona Bruce.
How Somerset's water mills are generating power for the national grid. and how the great skua is causing problems. Hosted by John Craven. Including weather forthe week ahead.
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 12.00 News.
Editor James Stephenson
Horror starring Bette Davis , Carroll Baker and David McCallum. An American family rents an old English mansion owned by an elderly woman whose daughter disappeared years earlier. Review page 55. Directors John Hough and Vincent McEveety (1982, PG)
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7/13. My Fair Charlady. Susan decides to employ a cleaner.
Writers Steve Armogida and Jim Armogida Shown last Friday
Rowland Rivron with comments and criticisms on BBC television. Email: email@example.com, text POV [number removed] or call [number removed]
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In Glasgow Sally Magnusson traces the roots of design king Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Hymns, from St Mary's
Episcopal Cathedral, include
Angel Voices Ever Singing, Sing to the Lord a Joyful Song and Christ Be Our Light. is)
3/6. Mary Queen of Scots is )ne of history's most famous monarchs but, as Nick Knowles finds, her life was a soap opera in modem terms: three marriages, disowned by a son, kidnapped and imprisoned. But was she a manipulator or martyr? Mary Queen of Scots features in The Sword and the Cross at 7pm on BBC4
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with John Hammond.
An eclectic mix of items turn up when Michael Aspel and the team visit Nottingham, among them memorabilia from the Nuremberg trials, an Andy Pandy memento, a shirt once worn by an Arsenal player and a ring found in a teapot spout. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Romantic thriller starring Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones . When a priceless Rembrandt is stolen from a Manhattan office, ace insurance investigator Virginia Baker attributes the heist to master art thief Robert MacDougal and determines to put him away for good. Review page 55.
Director Jon Amiel (1999,12)
Robert Mac MacDougal:
Virginia Gin Baker:
4/4. The Rowleys cross the Alps in pursuit of Louis. Dorothy is left with a heartbreaking decision. Another chance to see The Two Loves of Anthony Trollope follows at 10pm on BBC4.
Dramatised by Andrew Davies ; Producer Nigel Stafford-Clark
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Sir Marmaduke Rowley:
With Darren Jordon. Weather John Hammond.
The Invisible Kids. Forgotten and neglected, there are some 300,000 youngsters who live in the UK with drug-addicted parents. Their stories of violence, neglect, hardship, uncertainty and the chaos of family life dominated by drugs are told by other youngsters. What help is on offer to them? Producer Murdoch Rodgers ; Editor Mike Robinson
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Crime drama starring Michael Caine as a crooked boxing promoter whose desire to see his son succeed threatens his own freedom, family and future. Review page 55.
Director John Irvin (2000,18)
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Mystery thriller. London, 1888: with the East End terrorised by Jack the Ripper following the murder of three prostitutes, a parcel is sent to Sherlock Holmes. Review page 55.
Dr John Watson:
Lord Edward Carfax: