With Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams. Continues at 8.30pm. (5)
FA Cup fourth-round highlights. Shown yesterday at 11.30pm Oldham take on Bolton Wanderers at 130pm
Topical discussion, with David Frost and guests. Including 9.30 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Holby City's Art Malik talks about his life as a pioneering Asian actor. Dead Ringers' Jan Ravens takes a satirical look at the week, and the amazing story of the mother and daughter for whom living life to the full meant risking an icy death. With Alice Beer and Ross Kelly.
Series producer Roger Childs CONTACT: call [number removed] (max 8p), email firstname.lastname@example.org; text [number removed]
John Craven finds out why
Portland stone was used to build some of our most famous bndmarks, plus new plans to control the deer population. Includes weather for the week ahead. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine.
From 1.00, local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including at 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson
Oldham Athletic v Bolton Wanderers
A tasty fourth-round tie in which the League One outfit set out to claim their second Premiership scalp in this season's FA Cup at Boundary Park (kick-off 1.45).
The defeat of Manchester City made Brian Talbot's Latics one of the giant-killers of the third round. Sam Allardyce 's Bolton have been unable to recapture the Premiership form they showed earlier in the season, so much will depend on captain Jay-Jay Okocha. Presented by Gary Lineker.
Producer Phil Bigwood
Editor Paul Armstrong The fifth-round draw is tomorrow on BBC2 at 1.30pm
Omnibus edition. Concludes on BBC2 at 5.15pm.
For cast see page 44 (AD)
In the beautiful Scottish port town of Oban,
Sally Magnusson finds the Gaelic origin to the tune of Cat Stevens's Morning Has Broken. Other hymns include Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness. Producer David Strachan ; Editor Hugh Faupel Postponed from 9
3/6. Athletes Jamie Baulch and Marlon Devonish , rower Ed Coode , motorsport's Ralph Firman , swimmer James Gibson , cyclist Jason Oueally , snooker player Matthew Stevens and diver Leon Taylor vie for glory. With Johnny Vaughan and Suzi Perry.
Director Mike Wilmot ; Series producer Cathy Jones
Amongst the items surfacing at Abergavenny in Gwent are an exquisitely carved whalebone and a macabre pottery model. Presented by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series producer Simon Shaw Signed repeat Thurs 3.45am Inside Antiques follows at 7.35pm on BBC4 BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: new issue on sale 1 Feb. EVALUATION DAY: bring your 20th-century design classics to the Brighton Centre, Brighton, on Thursday 3 February
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Weather with Helen Young. (5)
5/10. Changes. Jackie is sure Tony is having an affair.
Writer Susan Oudot
Producer Sharon Houlihan ; Director Paul Kousoulides Ricky Tomlinson guests on 29 Minutes of Fame, Friday, 9.30pm
PC Jim Tully:
New series The gruff detective and his sidekick return for four new episodes of the popular crime drama. 1/8. Heads You Lose 1/2. Is a serial killer on the loose at
Wetherton Royal Infirmary? Concludes tomorrow, 9pm.
Writer Tony McHale ; Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Matthew Evans More cast on Monday Warren Clarke in the RT Interview: page 28
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
DI Peter Pascoe:
DC Parvez Lateef:
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Helen Young. (5)
New series 1/9. Simpson in Iraq. As Iraq goes to the polls, John Simpson is in Baghdad for a powerful report in which he observes at first hand the violent struggle between coalition troops and the apparently increasing force of the Iraqi insurgency, interviews key political players in the crisis and asks whether the elections will bring peace or civil war. Producer Chris Woods ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 2.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
Dark, imaginative futuristic thriller starring Bruce Willis , Madeleine Stowe and Brad Pitt. 2035: an unknown virus has struck. Convict James Cole is
"volunteered" to travel back in time to discover the origin of the epidemic. Review page 56.
Director Terry Gilliam (1995, 15) Film Highlights: page 48
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