Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Shown yesterday at 11.25pm Match of the Day Live: FA Cup 1.40pm
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including 9.30 News; Weather.
The Queen joins representatives of Parliament, the armed forces and the Commonwealth at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, for the two minutes'silence and a service commemorating those who died in combat. Followed by a march Past by ten thousand veterans. Commentary by David Dimbleby with Col John Hughes-Wilson . Highlights at 6pm on BBC2. Executive producer David Pickthall
Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine.
From 12.40, local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and the South East by Paul Siegert. Including at 12.10 News.
Editor James Stephenson
First of today's two-part omnibus. Continues 4.10pm.
For cast see page 42 (AD)
Thurrock v Oldham Athletic Live coverage (kick-off 2.00) from Ship Lane of this first-round tie - a chance for non-league
Thurrock to achieve "giant-killer" status as they take on League One side Oldham Athletic. It's a tough task; Oldham have twice reached the semi-final stages while Thurrock qualified for the competition for the first time last season. But with victory today worth almost L100,000, the motivation should certainly be there. Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Commentary by Steve Wilson. The draw for the second round takes place after the game.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Steve Boulton www.bbc.co.uk/facup Match of the Day 2 -10.30pm on BBC2
Concluding part of today's omnibus.(AD)
On Remembrance Sunday, Aled Jones is in Ely, Cambridgeshire, to hear wartime stories. He joins soldiers, airmen and war veterans for hymns including All My Hope on God Is Founded.
Producer David Taviner ; Editor Hugh Faupel
An ornate Russian cigarette case, a bizarre 19th-century trinket and a lock of Beethoven's hair turn up on a visit to Edinburgh. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Isobel Lang.
9/10. Paul attempts to make a good impression when he is introduced to Lucy's parents.
Quelle horreur!: page 16
New series. Daniela Denby-Ashe leads the cast in this tale of passionate love across Victorian social divides, dramatised from Elizabeth Gaskell's novel.
Forced to leave their idyllic life in the south, Margaret Hale and her parents move to a northern town. There she meets mill owner John Thornton.
Labour of love: p18; Alison Graham on TV drama: p63
TODAY'S CHOICES: DRAMA OF THE WEEK: North and South 9.00pm BBC1
Perhaps the words "It's Grim Up" should precede the title of this dramatisation of Elizabeth Gaskell's novel about a pampered young woman discovering her social conscience.
Spirited Margaret Hale (Daniela Denby-Ashe) is forced to move from her sun-dappled home in Hampshire, after her dad gives up his rural rectorship on a point of principle. It's a hideous transition. Margaret, with her soft southern ways, is thrust into a world where women pluck chickens in filthy streets that are shrouded in smoke (where does it come from?).
And then there are the people. Margaret is menaced by men with cloth caps and hairy chests, and is scandalised by the behaviour of handsome mill owner John Thornton (Richard Armitage), a man with a passion for fire prevention and Arkwright's spinning jenny.
She professes to despise him, but you can tell by the way Thornton looks at her that soon it'll be more than Margaret's bonnet that's quivering. However, with rumblings of trouble at t' mill, Thornton may soon have other things on his mind.
North and South is worth watching, if only for its great cast and a terrific turn
from Sinead Cusack (with a superb Yorkshire accent) as John Thornton's austere mother. But it remains to be seen whether even they can carry for another three episodes what these days seems a cliched and faintly patronising story. (Alison Graham TV editor)
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
The New Killing Fields. Are the people of Darfur in Sudan the latest victims of ethnic cleansing? Hillary Anderson goes behind rebel lines to uncover evidence of systematic killings on a horrifying scale. Producer Darren Kemp ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 2.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
What's the strange smell emanating from a high-rise flat? Narrated by the late John Peel.
Series producer Miranda Steed
An atheist pop singer, a Jewish student and an Anglican businessman join a Muslim family from Bradford to gain first-hand experience of Ramadan. Producer Jane Drinkwaten Exec producer Chris Loughlin
Gripping thriller based on the true story of the hunt for a ruthless serial killer who is terrorising the USSR. Review page 52.
Director Chris Gerolmo (1995,18)
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