Presented by Bill Turnbull and Liz Pike.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Country music star Beth Nielsen Chapman performs, June Brown (aka EastEnders' Dot) is in the studio, and Nina Wadia begins a three-part look at spiritual dances by exploring the Indian classical dance Bharatha Natyam. Ross Kelly and Alice Beer present. Series producer Abigail Saxon
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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More hoodwinking fun from the word panel game.
Miriam O'Reilly reports on why EU fishing boats stand accused of over-fishing the seas of West Africa. 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.
Presenter (South East):
Hyacinth plans to buy a small weekend retreat in the country. Writer Roy Clarke
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Terry Wogan with comments and criticisms on BBC television. Email: email@example.com, text POV [number removed] or call [number removed](local rates apply).
Diane Louise Jordan follows the course of the Eden, Cumbria's longest river. Music comes from Eden's Bridge and the girls' choir Amabiie, while hymns include Morning Has Broken,
I Heard the Voice of Jesus and Name of All Majesty.
Switzerland v Croatia
The opening match in Group B comes from Leiria as Jakob Kuhn 's Swiss team play Croatia (kick-off 5.00). This is a crucial game for both teams with their next two ties being against group favourites England and France. Switzerland will look to playmaker Hakan Yakin for inspiration, while Rangers new signing Dado Prso should lead the Croatian attack. Gary Lineker presents, with commentary by Steve Wilson and MarkLawrenson. BBCi: digital viewers can access extra services through their remote control, with an interactive forum at 7.00-7.30pm
5/8. For one week only, the celebrity dance competition presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly sashays to a Sunday evening. Only five couples are left battling it out on the ballroom floor, and tonight they will be hoping to impress the judges with their versions of the samba and the Viennese Waltz. Viewers can vote via the phone numbers announced on the night. Further coverage follows at 8pm on BBC3.
Director Alex Rudzinski ; Executive producer Karen Smith www.bbc.co.uk/strictlycomedancing
Truth and Consequences. A murder dating back to the miners' strike is investigated when a skeleton is found in Yorkshire.
Writers David Gilman and Elizabeth-Anne Wheal
Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director David Wheatley (AD)
DS Andy Dalziel:
Dl Peter Pascoe:
Trouble ahead in South Yorkshire: a routine road-tax stop turns into a serious road-rage incident forthe unit, while a drink-driver with attitude tries to hoodwink the system.
Director Matt Holden ; Executive producer Bruce Lippold
With Fiona Bruce. Weather with John Hammond.
Covering Up. With many of Britain's 1.5 million-strong Muslim minority feeling that they are being viewed as a threat by the rest of the nation, this programme investigates Muslim identity. Four young British Muslim women explain why, despite misunderstandings, rude stares and insults, they still choose to wear the concealing hijab, cover their hair and veil their face in Britain in 2004. Producer Stephen Scott ; Editor Mike Robinson www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
The best of the action from England's crunch Group B clash against European championship holders France. Sven-Goran Eriksson's men will be hoping for a dream start to their campaign by beating the French in Lisbon, but a draw will be more than satisfactory against a team that possesses the combined skills ofThierry Henry , Zinedine Zidane and Patrick Vieira. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with highlights from today's other Group B game - Switzerland v Croatia. Producer James Irving ; Editor Andrew Clement
A celebration of heavy rock music focuses on the bands that dominated the scene from 1970 to the mid 1980s. Featuring the likes of Ozzy Osboume and his band Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper , Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, this documentary reveals how bands did lead lifestyles full of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll like the one so heavily parodied in Spinal Tap. Producer Chris Wilson ; Series producer Karina Brennan
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Live coverage from Calgary as England's A team play
Canada in the semi-final of the Churchill Cup (kick-off 1.00). In 2003, the competition's inaugural year, Hugh Vyvyan captained young English stars to a successful campaign, beating the USA 43-6 in the final - a tie that could be repeated this year with the Eagles playing the New Zealand Maoris in the competition's other semi-final. John Inverdale presents. Producer John Graham