Presented by Simon McCoy and Sian Williams.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Topical discussion, with David
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Editor Barney Jones
Janet Street-Porter and Mel Giedroyc are two of the celebrities arguing that the seven deadly sins are, in fact, virtues, as Alice Beer and Ross Kelly mark Mardi Gras. Series producer Roger Childs
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John Craven and Charlotte Smith see how the tin-mining industry has changed the landscape around the Devon/Cornwall border. With weather for the week ahead. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Scrutiny of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine. (5)
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
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In this feature-length mystery,
Diagnosis Murders Dr Mark Sloan is convinced a star pupil's suicide was actually murder. Starring Dick Van Dyke , with Mariette Hartley , Stephen Caffrey and Cynthia Gibb.
Fiona Bruce appeals on behalf of Vision Aid Overseas, a charity that helps those with impaired sight who live in the Third World. Repeated Wed 2pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: Freephone [number removed]; [address removed]; www.[address removed]
Unsung Heroes 1/3. Jonathan Edwards meets, among others, the couple who rescued a chapel from dereliction as he goes in search of people who have made a real difference to the world.
Music comes from Heather Small and Michael Ball , while hymns from LSO St Luke's in Old Street London, include Great Is Thy Faithfulness and Lord for the Years.
4/6. Skier Alain Baxter , cricketer Michael Bevan , swimmer James Hickman , boxer Amir Khan , athlete
Iwan Thomas , rugby union's Doddie Weir , cyclist Bradley Wiggins and rower Steve Williams vie for victory. With Johnny Vaughan and Suzi Perry in La Manga, Spain. Director Mike Wilmot ; Series producer Cathy Jones
Six stars visit projects funded by Comic Relief cash in the run-up to Red Nose Day on 11 March. Jo Brand and Ruby Wax create a secure garden at a women's refuge in the UK, while, in Africa, Kevin Whately and Jimmy Nail turn guns into gardening tools in Sierra Leone, and Nick Knowles and Liza Tarbuck build a clinic for a Zambian community ravaged by Aids-related diseases. Director Kate Thomas ; Producer Jo Vale
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
6/10. Broken Dreams. Tony is intent on giving Jackie a great 40th birthday. Featuring singer Chris de Burgh. writer suzie Smith
Producer Sharon Houlihan ; Director Paul Kousoulides Red alert: page 13
Chris de Burgh:
PC Jim Tully:
2/4. Dead Meat 1/2. Tigers at a private zoo are being fed a macabre diet of human flesh.
Christopher Cazenove guest-stars. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Simon Sharkey
Producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director Patrick Lau
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
DI Peter Pascoe:
DC Parvez Lateef:
Dr Frank Mason:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
2/9. Crime Wave. Could a series of drug- and alcohol-related crimes have been triggered by the damage inflicted by a voracious paedophile? The activities of at least four hardened criminals, all of whom were abused as boys by businessman Bill Goad , suggest there's a link. How did he remain at large for over 40 years? Producer Chris Woods : Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 2.20am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
The Big Yin's comedic odyssey around the British Isles kicks off in Dublin.
Producers Kim Turberville and Andy Bates
Romantic comedy with Ben Stiller , Edward Norton and Jenna Elfman. Best friends Father Brian Finn and Rabbi Jacob Schram both fall for their childhood friend Anna. Review page 49. Director Edward Norton (2000,12)
Unveiling Titan. Patrick Moore discusses Saturn's moon with Professor John Zarnecki.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Rptd Monday 8.30pm BBC4
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