Presented by Simon McCoy and Sian Williams.
Premiership highlights, including Everton at home to Chelsea.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Topical discussion in the company o David Frost and his guests, Plus a review of the papers.
Including 9.30 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Nina Wadia gets into the spirit of dragon-dancing to mark the Chinese New Year, guest host
Rhona Cameron tracks down St Valentine's bones to a cardboard box in Glasgow, while soul superstar Dionne Warwick talks about her faith. Presented by Alice Beer and Ross Kelly.
Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive Producer Chris Loughlin CONTACT: call [number removed]3737 (max 8p), email firstname.lastname@example.org; text [number removed]
The ancient woodland of Epping Forest, located to the north east of London, is explored by John Craven and Charlotte Smith. Adam Henson , meanwhile, investigates recent attacks by wild boar. includes weather for the week ahead. (5)
Analysis of the latest political issues, with Jeremy Vine. (5)
From 1.00, the focus is on local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley.
Including 12.20 News.
Omnibus. Continues at 5.10pm.
For cast see page 44
England v France
Can Andy Robinson 's men avenge the narrow 24-21 defeat they suffered in Paris in 2004, a result that gave Les Bleus their fourth Grand Slam in eight years? Live coverage from Twickenham
(kick-off 3.00) of the final match in the second weekend of this year's tournament is hosted by Steve Rider. Commentary comes from Eddie Butler and ex-England hooker Brian Moore. Highlights of the weekend's Six Nations fixtures are at 11.40pm on BBC2
BBCi: digital viewers can access various interactive options, including highlights and match statistics, via the TV handset
Unsung Heroes 2/3. Jonathan Edwards meets a couple who raised the finance to fund the building of schools in the Dominican Republic. Plus music from Brian Kennedy , Covenant and Michael Ball. Hymns include Christ Triumphant and Name of All Majesty. Producer Norman Ivison ; Editor Hugh Faupel
Exercising Father's Bicycle. Tom expresses a desire to follow in the fusty footsteps of his father Compo. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Prehistoric spearheads, a silver tankard worth
£50,000 and a pair of spectacles worn by Napoleon turn up at Ipswich in Suffolk. With Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw Signed repeat Thursday 2.50am Inside Antiques is 7.35pm on BBC4
The latest updates. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
7/10. Say Hello, Say Goodbye. A terrified Tony waits for his biopsy results. Jackie's mum Sylvia arrives.
Writer Susan Oudot ; Producer Sharon Houlihan
Director Dominic Keavey
3/4. The Dig 1/2. A body is found in a village at war over a new bypass. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Stan Hey; Series producer Ann Tricklebank ; Director
David Thacker www.bbc.co.uk/drama/crime/dalziel
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National and international round-up.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
3/9. The Government is trying to persuade victims of bullying in schools they shouldn't suffer in silence. But what if no one listens to pleas for help? Declan Lawn meets those on the receiving end and asks why children are left with nowhere to turn.
(Signed repeat Thursday at 2.10am)
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NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
2/8. The Big Yin's trek takes him to Belfast, where the shipyards remind him of his time as a welder. Producers Andy Bates and Kim Turberville
Series producer Steve Brown
Hit-and-miss spoof comedy starring Emilio Estevez and Samuel L Jackson. Sparks fly when a crazy cop and a by-the-book detective team up on a case involving cocaine-laced cookies. Review page 54.
Director Gene Ouintano (1993, PG)
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