Presented by Chris Eakin and Sian Williams.
A revised version of yesterday's Premiership highlights.
Thatch of the day: page 24
Topical discussion with David Frost and guests, plus a newspaper review. Incl 9.30 News; Weather.
Sixties icon Sandie Shaw talks about the importance of Buddhism in her life and Nina Wadia discovers the spiritual origins of morris dancing. Plus Alice Beer and Ross Kelly on whether motherhood is bad for women. Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive Producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven and Michaela Strachan visit Offa's Dyke, while Ben Fogle explores the world's biggest treehouse in Northumberland.
Plus weather for the week ahead. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Exec Producer Andrew Thorman
Analysis of the latest issues, Presented by Jeremy Vine.
From 1.00 local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson
For cast see page 48
A Wife Less Ordinary. Susan jets bored with her lot. There's a special episode of My Family in Comic Relief: Red Nose Night Live 05 on Friday at 7.30pm.
Writer Sophie Hetherington
Lionel gets wedding day nerves. Writer Bob Larbey
Martin Johnson appeals on behalf of Wooden Spoon, rugby's charity supporting disadvantaged children. Rptd Wednesday 2pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: Freephone [number removed]; [address removed]; www.[address removed]
A Mothering Sunday special with Pam Rhodes and Gloria Hunniford. Hymns from Belfast Cathedral include Love Divine, My Song is Love Unknown and Tell Out My Soul. Plus Aled Jones performs Bless This House.
2/3. Davie and Alan try to escape the clutches of the slave traders, but their luck goes from bad to worse.
Writers Bev Doyle and Richard Kurti ; Producer Diana Kyle
Director Brendan Maher Have Your Say On ...: page
The Red Fox:
Following the tribulations of the eight remaining celebrities as they battle for the viewers' vote. BBCi: digital viewers can access live coverage between 9am and 12 midnight via the red button, with video footage and updates available at www.bbc.co.uk/fameacademy Comic Relief special: page 14
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Darren Bett.
10/10. Plans for Rubes and Frank's wedding gather steam, but the hen and stag parties have disastrous consequences for the bride and groom.
PC Jim Tully:
As the grand finale on Friday draws near, only seven celebrities will be heading back to the Academy this evening. Who will have survived the vote?
Then Red Nose Goes Live 05 A look back at Comic
Relief days and a preview of this year's, on Friday.
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Darren Bett.
6/9. The Dollar a Day Dress. In Comic Relief week,
Steve Bradshaw travels from the Sahara to the Andes to collect fabrics for an outfit that will symbolise the plight of the millions who live on less than a dollar a day. As he uncovers harsh truths about free trade and its impact on the developing world, it appears that if left unregulated, the system may do more harm than good. Producer Huw Marks ; 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
5/8. Billy climbs Big Ben's clock tower and takes a boat down the Thames to the Globe Theatre in London.
Producers Andy Bates and Kim Turberville
Series producer Steve Brown BBC PRODUCTS: Billy Connolly World Tour - Australia VHS or DVD, just E19.99 (RRP E24.99). Call [number removed]3850 (national rate)
E Disjointed hairdressing comedy from the writer of P The Full Monty, starring Alan Rickman and Natasha Richardson. Former top hairdresser Phil Allen gets the chance to defeat an old rival when the national championship comes to his hometown. Review page 58. Director Paddy Breathnach (2000,15)
Strangers in the Night.
Patrick Moore discusses the faraway home of comets.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Rptd Monday 8.30pm BBC4
Followed by Weatherview