Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Highlights of yesterday's games. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm Match of the Day 2 at 10.30pm on BBC2
On the eve of the Conservative Party conference leader Michael Howard talks to David Frost. Conference coverage begins tomorrow 11.30am on BBC2.
Including 10.00 News; Weather. Editor Barney Jones
Will Alistair Appleton get cold feet after agreeing to walk over hot coals? Plus, Charles Dance chats to Kate Sanderson , while Ross Kelly and Alice Beer tackle the week's hot topics. Series producer Roger Childs
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Why is the Romney Marsh sheep breed almost extinct, and are plans to build more wind farms there justifiable? With John Craven , Includes weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Eglin
Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine.
From 1.00, local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and the South East by Peter Henley. Including at 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson
Cast Tuesday/Thursday (AD)
1/9. The weird and wonderful creatures that inhabit the ocean depths. Plus, footage of pack-hunting killer whales attacking a grey whale calf. Concludes with Making Waves, an insight into the filming of the series.
Series producer Alastair Fothergill (Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/sn
2/13. Mamie suffers mixed fortunes on her first day at her new school. More, Tue 4.35pm. Shown last Tuesday The series is also showing weekdays at
6.30pm on the CBBC channel
Anne Robinson appeals on behalf of the Alzheimer's Society.
Rptd Wed 1pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: send to Alzheimer's Society, [address removed], call [number removed] or visit the website at www.alzheimers.org.uk
Terry Wogan tackles viewers' compliments and complaints. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, text [number removed], call [number removed] (local rates), or write to BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham BllRF.
In a celebration of contemporary Christian songwriting,
Diane Louise Jordan visits the Kerith Centre in Bracknell, Berkshire. Hymns and songs include Shine, Jesus, Shine, Majesty and When the Music Fades.
Potts in Pole Position. Seeking refuge from his domineering wife, Potts demonstrates the benefits of South Pole training.
, Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
2/5. Rembrandt. Rolf can't contain his excitement when he visits a private collection of paintings by his boyhood hero. Working in the Dutch master's own studio in Amsterdam, he sets out to paint a self-portrait imitating the artist's style. Producer Tony Moulsdale ; Executive producer Tina Fletcher
A gift from Queen Victoria, a treasured set of Beatles memorabilia and a cache of silver are among the curiosities appearing at the Magna Centre in Rotherham. Plus, the show makes room for one of the largest pieces it's ever seen. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
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With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
3/10. Duncan proves to have hidden talents, while Donald and Molly reveal their secret history to a shocked family. Could their revelations hold a lesson for Paul and Lexie?
New series The itinerant ex-Python sets off on his latest adventure across the vast South Asian mountain range.
1/6. North by Northwest. In Peshawar, Michael is introduced to the sport of bull racing, which turns out to be fraught with danger - even for spectators. Next, he's off to Chitral, the birthplace of freestyle polo. The annual fixture against arch-rivals Gilgit is about to take place, so Michael joins 10,000 people to watch it played on the highest polo field on Earth. Director/Series producer Roger Mills BBC PRODUCTS: Himalaya with Michael Palin is available on CD, £19.99, and cassette, £15.99. from 4 October; for the hardback book accompanying the series, send a cheque for L18 (RRP E20), payable to Radio Times, to: [address removed] or call [number removed] (national rate) Mountain pressure: page 18
Fiona Bruce. Weather Alex Deakin.
Taken on Trust. Are we being told the truth about the drugs we take? Shelley Jofre 's investigation reveals that crucial safety information regarding a widely prescribed anti-depressant was missed for over a decade. So is the system that regulates medicine in the UK up to scratch? Producer Andrew Bell ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat at 12.55am on Thursday www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Sidney Poitier and Tom Berenger star in this action thriller, as an FBI agent and a wilderness expert who reluctantly team up in the hunt for a ruthless killer. Review page 52. Director Roger Spottiswoode (1988, 15)
Planet Quest. How astronomers are attempting to identify other Earth-like planets, with the potential to harbour life. With Patrick Moore.
Series producer Jane Retcher Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview