Presented by Jon Sopel and Mishal Husain.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
James Taylor , the American singer/songwriter, discusses his battle with addiction and being a new father in his fifities. Meanwhile, The Independent's travel writer Simon Calder seeks out the spiritual sites of Amsterdam. Presented by Alice Beer and Ross Kelly. Series producer Abigail Saxon
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Beverley Turner , Barry Cryer ,
June Whitfield and Jon Culshaw join team captains Alan Coren and Rod Liddle on the word quiz with Fiona Bruce.
Target-training sea lions, moving tigers to a new home and encountering hippos at night - all in a day's work for Ben Fogle and Kate Humble.
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 Then Weather for the Week Ahead
r Velvet •* Sequel to the family drama National Velvet, with Tatum O'Neal ,
Anthony Hopkins and Christopher Plummer. When 14-year-old
Sarah is orphaned, she is sent from America to England to live with her aunt Velvet, and discovers they share a love of horses. Review page 43.
Director Bryan Forbes (1978, PG)
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The Salvation Army's founder General William Booth is the last to be celebrated in Pam Rhodes 's series about great
Christian lives. Today's hymns include Stand up, Stand up for Jesus and Rejoice, Rejoice.
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The Affair. Convinced that her husband is having an affair, sister-in-law Penny moves in with Jean and Lionel.
Writer Bob Larbey
Bridgend in Wales welcomes Michael Aspel and the team. Among the finds are a bow-fronted barometer and a valuable whale's tooth.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Ginny Buckley goes riding in the Rockies, Arabella Weir cooks in Tuscany, John Inverdale enjoys water sports in the Highlands and Margherita Taylor flamencos in Seville. Producer Maggi Gibson ; Executive producer John Comerford
1/3. The World Shaped by Time.
The mighty Himalayas and the Grand Canyon form before your very eyes, as Earth's evolution from the Big Bang onwards is charted by the latest film and computer-generated techniques. Why were crocodiles stranded in the Sahara desert, and which mysterious force shaped the Great Sphinx?
New series 1/12. The acclaimed crime drama returns with six new double-episode investigations for the cold-case team. In Sight of the Lord 1/2. Found nailed to the floor, an ex-soldier met a grisly end in 1948. His grandson forces the case to be reopened, only for the team to find the killer has struck again. Contains graphic images of the aftermath of violence. The two-part story concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Tony McHale ; Producer Richard Burrell ; Director Andy Hay
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Young Norman Taylor:
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With Darren Jordon. Weather with Michael Fish.
A Failure of Intelligence. How did Tony Blair make the case for war to the British people and to Parliament? The Panorama team that reported on Lord Hutton's inquiry into the death of Dr David Kelly sets out what the intelligence services and Mr Blair knew, when they knew it - and what was left out. John Ware fronts the investigation. Producer Mike Rudin ; Editor Mike Robinson NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Thriller starring Michael Caine and Angie Dickinson.
Frustrated housewife Kate Miller has an encounter at a gallery that offers the opportunity to fulfil her fantasies.
But she awakens from the ensuing liaison to face a series of unpleasant and horrifying surprises. Review page 43.
Director Brian De Palma (1980, 18)
Dr Robert Elliott:
Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. When a horrific skeleton is discovered in the jungles of Borneo, Professor Emmanuel Hildern believes it is the "missing link" - but soon realises he has uncovered the essence of evil. Review page 43.
Director Freddie Francis (1972, 15)
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