Presented by Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests, Including
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Award-winning actor Simon Callow is today's celebrity guest, while Chris Beardshaw takes a journey through an inspirational garden labyrinth. Presented by Alice Beer and Ross Kelly.
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Suranne Jones , Sally Lindsay , Art Malik and Lars Tharp guest.
John Craven goes in search of bluebells, plus the problems pregnant women face obtaining environmentally friendly products for their babies. Including weather for the week.
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
Comedy adventure starring Robert Morse , Stefanie Powers and Phil Silvers.
Ensign Thomas Garland takes command of the coastguard in Newport, but his first mission ends in humiliating disaster. Review page 46.
Director Norman Tokar (1970, U)
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How would soccer icon David Beckham have achieved fame in a different century or even millennium? Nick Knowles believes "Beckhamus" could have been a superstar of the beautiful game of ancient
Rome - charioteering.
Jennie Bond with comments and criticisms on BBC television.
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To mark the 50th anniversary of Billy Graham's preaching crusade in London, Jonathan Edwards reflects on the influence of the renowned evangelist.
Cliff Richard sings It Is No Secret, while Franklin Graham and Anne Graham Lotz explain why they won't be following in their father's footsteps. Welsh tenor Huw Priday joins the congregation at All Souls Church in London for hymns, including Just as I Am and And Can It Be? [web address removed]
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8/13. The Mouthtrap. Susan turns sleuth when one of Ben's patients admits under anaesthetic that he killed his wife. Writer Andrea Solomons Shown last Friday
With Jon Sopel. Regional News
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
In the gardens of historic Houghton Hall in Norfolk, the experts appraise a finger exerciser, a costume worn by actor Yul Brynner , a poacher's gun disguised as a walking stick, Oxo memorabilia and a small pottery cat bought for L2, but now worth f 5,000. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
An explosive comedy classic, originally shown in 1989. Danger UXD. Video recorders and tomatoes keep Del's business afloat, but a delivery of dolls could prove lethal.
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A second chance to see Allan Cubitt's dramatisation of Conan Doyle's classic tale, first shown at Christmas and featuring a starry cast. The mysterious death of Sir Charles Baskerville leads the detective duo to investigate an alleged family curse and forces of evil on Dartmoor.
Sir Arthur Conan
Sir Charles Baskerville:
With Jon Sopel. Weather with Peter Gibbs.
London under Attack. Could London cope with the devastating effects of a multi-pronged terrorist attack? Using a fictional yet plausible scenario, together with analyses from experts on this kind of situation, Newsnight presenter Gavin Esler asks whether Britain, in the light of recent events in Madrid, has done enough to prepare for this disastrous eventuality, which certain politicians maintain is now inevitable. Producer Susan O'Keefe ; Editor Mike Robinson
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Psychological thriller. Claire Cooper has a premonition of her child's death and is convinced that a killer has taken over her mind. When her husband is murdered, Claire realises she is being haunted by the past. Review page 46.
Director Neil Jordan (1998, 18)
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Detective Jack Kay:
Supernatural thriller starring
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen and Tim Matheson. When a young woman moves to a house on the coast of Maine, she is asked by a restless spirit to help catch the person who murdered her mother. Review page 46.
Director Michael Toshiyuki Uno (1996)