Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.
Peter Sissons stands in for
David Frost as guest presenter. including 9.00 News, plus weather later in the programme. Editor Barney Jones
Alice Beer launches the start of the show's summer season today with human stories that have moved and inspired viewers. There's also music from Martyn Joseph , interviews with Star Trek's William Shatner and Madhur Jaffrey , and tips on making the most of summer.
Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.bbc.co.uk/heaven
Greg Proops, Nadia Sawalha, Kate Humble and George Martin join Alan Coren, Rod Liddle and Fiona Bruce.
A visit to the annual Game Fair in Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
And John Craven investigates why falling numbers of hen harrier birds is a source of dispute. Including weather for the week ahead.
** Knockabout spy adventure. Former Secret
Service agent Joe McGray is enjoying his retirement on a tropical island, until a map showing the location of buried treasure attracts the attention of an old enemy. Review page 50.
Director Sam Firstenberg (1997, PG)
Family western starring
John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn. Gun-toting marshal
Rooster Cogburn teams up with a feisty missionary to try to bring a ruthless band of outlaws tojustice. Review page 50.
Director Stuart Millar (1975, U)
Cast Tuesday/Friday (AD)
Hyacinth decides to organise a luxury barbecue that's the talk of the neighbourhood.
Writer Roy Clarke
A variety of musical traditions are represented in this latest compilation presented by Jonathan Edwards from
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Hymns include Angel Voices, Ever
Singing; Hills of the North; and Jesus Shall Reign, while singer/ songwriter Mal Pope performs at Gloucester Cathedral. www.bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise
Hey Big Vendor. Wesley produces a go-anywhere vending machine ideal for the thirsty and foolish in this 2001 episode.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
A special edition from Ottawa's National Gallery of Canada. Among the finds are a pair of 19th-century whirlygigs - wooden bird scarers - rescued from a chicken coop and, the "real star of the show", a 16th-century emerald jewelled cross. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with John Hammond.
3/3. Masters of Time. The idea of controlling time - being a "time lord" - is an attractive one, as our lives become ever busier. But is it really possible that one day, perhaps by travelling at the speed of light, we may be able to walk with dinosaurs or visit our yet-to-be-born descendants? Narrated by Jeremy Vine , this final part also looks at the possibility of buying more time and living longer, and asks whether the humble worm holds the secret to eternal life.
Producer Scott Alexander : Series producer Bernard Walton
Postponed from 25 July
4/6. Anger Management 1/2. A prisoner, Sam, is released from Wormwood Scrubs to start a new life. But he becomes a suspect when a man is murdered in the hostel where he is staying. But could Sam have been the intended victim? The story concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writers Andy Hay and John Milne ; Producer Richard Burrell
Director Andy Hay www.bbc.co.uk/drama
Det Supt Peter Boyd:
Dr Grace Foley:
Dr Frankie Wharton:
DS Amelia Silver:
01 Spencer Jordan:
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with John Hammond.
Conspiracy war drama starring Denzel Washington and Meg Ryan. During the Gulf War, Lieutenant Colonel Nat Serling destroys one of his own tanks. The incident is covered up in the USA. Serling then probes the case of a female pilot due for a posthumous Medal of Honour. Is she really a heroine, or is this another cover-up? Review page 50.
Director Edward Zwick (1996, 15)
Cassini at Saturn. The spacecraft Cassini has been orbiting Saturn for just a month and has sent back stunning images of the planet. Patrick Moore takes an in-depth look. Series producer Jane Retcher Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Our top TV eccentrics: page 18
Followed by Weatherview
* Fantasy adventure starring Jack Palance and John Terry. In a harsh age of sword and sorcery, two brothers are pitted against each other in a battle of good against evil. Review page 50.
Director Terry Marcel (1980, PG)