Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.
Mud baths in the hippo field are among sights at Longleat. More tomorrow at 3.30pm on BBC2
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. With
9.30 News, plus weather later. Editor Barney Jones
Doctor Who turned Monarch of the Glen star Tom Baker talks about being a former monk, and Oz Clarke visits a St Patrick's retreat. With Ross Kelly , Alice Beer and Kate Sanderson.
Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Why are anglers and the Environment Agency at odds? Plus John Craven and Michaela Strachan join the RNLI on the Welsh coast. Including weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Eglin
The Gateau from the Chateau Herr Flick plots to poison
General Von Klinkerhoffen. Writers Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
The Old Folk's Outing. Hyacinth takes a trip to the seaside.
Writer Roy Clarke
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4/4. In the gruelling contest's final, giant anchors and telegraph pole-sized Fingal's Fingers face the competitors.
Champion Richard Gosling and ex-Mr Universe Eddy Ellwood are among those battling at Minehead in Somerset. With
John Inverdale , Jamie Reeves and Paul Dickenson.
Rowland Rivron appeals on behalf of Chicks (Country Holidays for Inner City Kids).
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New series Terry Wogan tackles viewers' comments as the programme goes behind-the-scenes at EastEnders.
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From Dartmouth in Devon, where Diane Louise Jordan visits the Britannia Royal Naval College. Hymns, accompanied by the Mount Charles Band, include Will Your Anchor Hold and 0 When the Saints and / Will Sing the Wondrous Story. BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: new edition on sale 1 September, price L2.50
With Natasha Kaplinsky. Regional News
Weather with Helen Willetts.
New series Gifts from prisoners of war to locals are on display when the show visits Portmeirion in North Wales. There are also some of the most intricate mosaics ever seen on the show, and we meet the first contender for
Champion Collector of the UK. Michael Aspel hosts. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
BBC ANTIQUES ROADSHOW MAGAZINE: on sale from 2 September, L2.50 Top collectables: page 31
Fun East-meets-West buddy movie starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. When his daughter is kidnapped, a diplomat demands the authorities send for Hong Kong cop Inspector Lee. The FBI agrees, but assign LAPD detective James Carter to keep Lee out of trouble. Unfortunately, trouble is the last thing these mismatched cops avoid. Review page 46.
Director Brett Ratner (1998.12)
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New series 1/4. A Time to Heal 1/2. A landslide in Northern Ireland exposes the bodies of two young men, whom it seems were victims of sectarian violence in the 70s.
Amanda Burton returns as forensic pathologist Sam Ryan as she and the team are called in to investigate. But a troubling time awaits Sam as she visits her homeland for the first time in many years. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Stephen Brady ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director Ashley Pearce
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Jennifer Gaghan Kathy:
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With Natasha Kaplinsky.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
Car-jackers and bag-snatchers are both concerns for the South Yorkshire Police Traffic Unit. We follow them on a crackdown in Sheffield, one of the UK's ten worst places for street robbery. Narrated by John Simm.
Director Bruce Lippold ; Executive producer Charles Thompson
1/2. When Nazis marched into Brussels in 1940, Hélène Moszkiewiez 's life changed for ever. Based on her book
Inside the Gestapo: a Young Woman's Secret War, this is the true tale of how she was recruited into the Resistance by a black-marketeer. After a series of missions, she faced her biggest challenge: to become the only Jewish woman working for the Gestapo. Concludes tomorrow at 11.50pm.
Director Edward Bennett
Roboscope. Robotic telescopes allow astronomers to see the universe's most destructive explosions. Chris Lintott visits La Palma to see one work. Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview