Presented by Simon McCoy and Mishal Husain.
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
9.00 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Actress June Brown , aka Dot Cotton, takes time out from Albert Square to discuss her life-changing trip to Tham Krabok monastery in Thailand, while Simon Calder goes on a spiritual break in Brighton. Alice Beer and Ross Kelly present the debate. Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Live coverage from Royal Troon of the final day's play in the 133rd year of golf's oldest championship. BBCi: digital viewers can access a range of interactive options, including live and uninterrupted coverage of two chosen groups Then Weather for the 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.
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Continuing live coverage from
Royal Troon, where four days of intense play reach theirexciting climax. The Ayrshire course is hosting the competition for the eighth time, having last done so in 1997. That year Justin Leonard shot a final round of 65 to clinch the title - and a fifth consecutive American victory on the course. Could a sixth win be on the cards today as players from around the world compete for the coveted Claret Jug and £720,000?
With Steve Rider. BBCi: interactive options for digital viewers
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Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Mr Punch all make an appearance as the denizens of Haywards Heath , West Sussex, bring their antique gems to Michael Aspel and the experts. A ventriloquist's dummy emerges from his box after 30 years, while an innocent-looking, silver-topped walking stick becomes two feet of "deadly Toledo steel". Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
With Darren Jordon.
Regional News; Weather with Peter Gibbs.
2/3. Life - the Race against Time. How does the passage of time affect the existence of life on Earth? Discover how soldier crabs have their own alarm clocks, how plants tell the time, and why humans live far longer than we should. Plus, see hummingbirds and horses evolve before your eyes. Speeding through millennia, computer-generated images reveal how plants and animals manipulate time as they strive to find food, meet a mate and fulfil their ultimate purpose - creating the next generation. Jeremy Vine narrates. Producer Anuschkade Rohan ; Series producer Bernard Walton
1/2. Who is the skeletal inhabitant of a car abandoned in a disused garage - and how is his murder linked to the assassination of a government minister 25 years ago? Concludes tomorrow, 9pm. With graphic images.
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With Darren Jordon. Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Fighting for Care. Life's hard enough for the thousands of families whose elderly loved ones suffer from dementia. So why, for some of them, is the situation made even worse? Reporter Andy Davies follows three couples as they tackle the NHS system of "continuing care".
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n Romantic comedy examining the complex love lives of a motley group of single Londoners, whose paths cross thanks to the mysterious taxi driver who ferries them to their favourite salsa club. Review page 44.
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Comedy starring Dyan Cannon and Robert Blake. Madie flees her husband, who is trying to have her certified insane in order to avoid an expensive divorce settlement. Hitching a lift with a trucker, she soon discovers he has problems of his own. Review page 44. (1980)