Presented by Bill Turnbull and Mishal Husain.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm Match of the Day 2, 10.30pm on BBC2
David Frost interviews Prime Minister Tony Blair live as the Labour Party gather for their annual conference in Brighton -coverage of which begins on Monday at 11.30am on BBC2. Including 8.30 News, followed by a newspaper review and weather. Editor Barney Jones
Live coverage of the world's largest half marathon where nearly 50,000 runners will attempt to complete the famous 13-mile course, from Newcastle to the coast at South Shields.
Rowing titan Matthew Pinsent will be competing for the third time, while fellow Athens hero Kelly Holmes will be starting the race. Other celebrity runners include Charlie Dimmock , Gordon Ramsay and Richard Dunwoody.
The event begins at 10.10 with the wheelchair race where double winner Tushar Patel will be in action. At 10.15, it's the elite women, featuring two-time winner Sonia O'Sullivan , and Ethiopian legend Berhane Adere.
At 10.40 the elite men - and the rest of the runners - will see Great Manchester Run winner and Olympic 5,000m finalist
Craig Mottram joining the field.
Presented by Sue Barker , with commentary by Steve Cram ,
Brendan Foster and Liz McColgan. Highlights at 5.15pm on BBC2. Executive producer Martin Webster
Executive editor Dave Gordon Then Weather for the Week Ahead
Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine. From 2.00, local stories, presented in London by Tim Donovan and the South East by Peter Henley. Includes 1.35 News. Editor James Stephenson
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1/13. On her 11th birthday, Mamie finds an old shoebox containing four carved animals that spring to life. More Tuesday at 4.35pm. Shown last Tuesday The series is also showing weekdays at
6.30pm on the CBBC channel
Griff Rhys Jones presents a selection of viewers' comments. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, text [number removed], call [number removed] (local rates), or write to
BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham Bl 1RF.
A harvest thanksgiving, from Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
With Aled Jones. Hymns include Come, Ye Thankful
People, Come, and We Plough the Fields and Scatter. BBC SONGS OF PRAISE MAGAZINE: f2.50 www.bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise
Michael Aspel brings the roadshow to Witley Court in Worcestershire, where an extremely rare piece of early
Staffordshire slipware - similar to the famous "Ozzie the Owl", and even more valuable - is among the finds. The experts also peruse a cast of an early puppet theatre, a Worcester plate made as a royal gift and an LS Lowry drawing. Producer Michele Burgess : Series editor Simon Shaw
SignedrepeatonTuesdayat2.45am www.bbc.co.uk/antiques BBC ANTIQUES ROADSHOW MAGAZINE: now on sale, price f 2.50
New series 1/5. As an introduction to his new series on the great masters, Rolf Harris leads a huge team of artists in an attempt to paint a giant version of John Constable 's The Hay Wain in London's Trafalgar Square - with a time limit of just one day. Made up of 144 individual canvases, the finished painting, the size of a double decker bus, will be revealed live on air as the culmination of a day of special art events in London.
Series producer Gillian Scothern ; Executive producer Tina Fletcher Master stroke: page 14
2/10. Tom Baker materialises in the cast as Hector's younger brother, Donald Ulysses MacDonald , the black sheep of the family who returns to a decidedly mixed reception, after a 40-year absence from the family seat of Glenbogle.
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A powerful drama that tells the gripping story of what happens when a radioactive dirty bomb is detonated in central London. Told through the eyes of the police and fire service, the story is based on extensive research and asks the question: "How prepared are we?" Contains strong language and scenes of violence some might find disturbing. Dirty War: Your Questions Answered follows the News.
Writers Daniel Percival and Lizzie Mickery
Producer Luke Alkin ; Director Daniel Percival RT on the set of Dirty War: page 12
DS Mike Drummer:
With Natasha Kaplinsky. Weather Darren Bett.
After tonight's showing of Dirty War, your chance to question a panel of experts and the programme-makers about the film and Britain's state of readiness in dealing with a chemical or biological terrorist attack. Hosted by Fiona Bruce. Call [number removed] (calls charged at national rate), email email@example.com, contact via the website atwww.bbc.co.uk/dirtywarortext83981 (cost 12p max). Producer Lucie Hass : Executive producer Paul Woolwich
Action comedy thriller starring Orlando Jones. A banker heads for Mexico to extricate himself from a dodgy deal, only to find himself immersed in even deeper trouble thanks to a stolen passport. Review page 48.
Director George Gallo (2001, 12) Followed by Weatherview
Timothy Jarret McReady: