Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests. Including
10.00 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Bruce Forsyth remembers his Salvation Army youth.
Donny Osmond puts human nature to the test and kd lang interprets Handel's Hallelujah chorus. The series returns in the new year. Series producer RogerChilds; Executive Producer Chris Loughlin CONTACT: call [number removed] (max cost 8p), text [number removed], email firstname.lastname@example.org; www.bbc.co.uk/heaven
A shooting season visit to a Norfolk country estate. Plus 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 Paul Siegert. Including at 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson
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A tribute to ChildLine's founder as part of the charity's 18th anniversary. With anecdotes from Maureen Lipman and Gloria Hunniford, plus Pie Jesu as sung by Katherine Jenkins and Harry Sever.
6/9. Coral Seas. Gripping tales of life and death in temperate tropical waters.
David Attenborough narrates. Series producer Alastair Fothergill
2/2. David Suchet narrates a visually stunning drama-documentary about an intrepid six-year mission to the stars. Writer/Director Joe Ahearne ; Producer Christopher Riley Shown last Tuesday www.bbc.co.uk/science BBCi: digital viewers can press the red button to access mission reports
0 Worship the King and Christ Triumphant are among the hymns as Eamonn Holmes visits
St Anne 's Cathedral in his native city of Belfast.
Producer Maurice Maguire ; Editor Hugh Faupel
In Search of Childlike Joy and the Farthest Reaches of the Lotus Position. Will a customise'd trolley spark happy memories for the dispirited Smiler? Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
At Wilton House near Salisbury, an ornate table that arrives in the back of a horsebox is valued at f 30,000. Presented by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Weather with Darren Bett.
10/10. Molly's return from New Zealand is overshadowed by a clan elder's startling revelation, throwing doubt on Paul's claim to Glenbogle.
Writer Niall Leonard ; Producer Rob Bullock
Director Robert Knights www.bbc.co.uk/monarch BBCi: digital viewers can press the red button to view classic clips from series 1-6 and interviews with cast members in character
Proctor Sheila MacDonald:
Elizabeth Gaskell's tale of passionate love set in the industrial north of Victorian England. 2/4. Margaret is caught between Thornton and his desperate employees as tensions rise over pay.
Dramatised by Sandy Welch; Producer Kate Bartlett
Director Brian Percival
PERIOD DRAMA North & South 9.00pm BBC1
There are rumblings of industrial unrest in the grim northern town of Milton in the second part of this dramatisation of Elizabeth Gaskell's novel. This is bad news for handsome mill owner John Thornton, whose brow furrows alarmingly when it becomes apparent that his workers are prepared to strike.
It doesn't stop him casting covetous glances at the insufferable Margaret (Daniela Denby-Ashe), who's still trying to impose her southern softy sensibilities on this rough-hewn northern rabble. At one point she even says, "Where I come from in the South..." Margaret, love, talk like that could get you into trouble.
When the workers show they mean business, Margaret acts in a way that leads the lovely John (Richard Armitage) to believe she harbours certain feelings for him. Forget her, John, she's a drip. AG
THE INSIDE STORY Tim Plgott-Smith relishes playing against type as conscience-stricken parson Richard Hale in North & South (9.00pm BBC1). "I'm nearly always cast to play a nasty or an authority figure," he says. The part marks his return to the Hale household, for he played Richard's son Frederick in a 1975 dramatisation of the novel for the BBC. "TV at that time was a completely different creature. I seem to remember getting into a cardboard cut-out train in the studio and walking along beside it as it headed off!"
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Darren Bett.
2much2young. Many eight- to 12-year-olds, dubbed "tweens" by the marketing industry, will choose designer clothes over toys this Christmas. They dress like their pop idols and are picky consumers whose taste for branded goods results in an outlay of more than £lbn per year. Are children growing up too fast? Justin Rowlatt reports.
Producer Fiona Gough ; 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
Raunchy erotic thriller starring Madonna and Willem Dafoe. Lawyer Frank Dulaney uncovers deceit and sexual perversion when he investigates the murder of a millionaire. Review page 58.
Director Uli Edel (1992, 18)
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