This week's shows include a series °' reports to tie in with China Week. With Dermot Murnaghan and Natasha Kaplinsky.
Breakfast Briefing at 6.00; weather every half-hour from 6.15; national, regional news half-hourly from 6.27.
Editor David Kermode Then The National Lottery DaBy Play
New series 1/5. The journalist interviews five prominent actors, beginning with the Oscar-Winning Jeremy Irons. one Final Question: page
An Elizabethan Derbyshire manor and a Staffordshire barn. Followed by News; Weather
Detling and Canterbury in Kent
"ost the game show. Followed by News; Weather
A teacher flogs collectables so he can buy a silver tea set.
Stingray and Lana have risky fun. Repeated at 5.35pm
Is There a Doctor in the House? In an hour-long episode, the future of a footballer is in jeopardy.
Writer Ray Brooking
A birth in the deer park at Longleat goes wrong. (Revised rpt)
A host of celebrities join Dick and Dom for two daily rounds of slapstick games on BBC1 and BBC2 in the run-up to Friday's Red Nose extravaganza. Today it's the turn of Brian Connolly, Fearne Cotton and Rowland Rivron.
Comic Relief special: page 14
Simon takes on an ice-wall challenge.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. Including this week a series of China Week reports by Rupert Wingfield-Hayes . Plus weather.
BBC London News Presented by Emily Maitlis.
Editor Catherine Hearne South East Today Beverley Thompson and Geoff Clark host. Editor Ouentin Smith
Followed by Weather with Darren Bett.
Ginny Buckley is at the Venice Carnival, Saba Douglas -Hamilton continues her quest in Antarctica, while
Rowland Rivron cooks food, Northern Ireland-style. Series producer Jenny Cole ; Executive producer Owen Gay
9/9. Why are black British boys increasingly failing at school? Trevor Phillips investigates.
Editor Dippy Chaudhary
Lord Lucan murdered the very night he fled London in 1974? With
Kaddy Lee-Preston .
Director Vince Rogers : Series editor Linda Bell
Conflict in the Vic exposes Chrissie's problems.
Writer Bob Richie Cast p48 Repeated 10.30pm BBC3 BBCi: digital viewers can access extras such as behind-the-scenes footage and cast interviews via the red button at the end of the programme
6/8. A wheelchair-friendly garden in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, which has raised beds and a water feature. Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
| David and Carrie Grant have done their best to coach the remaining celebrities, but who's set to leave after tonight's live sing-off? Results at 10.35pm. BBCi: digital viewers can access live coverage, as well as hourly highlights, between 9am and 12 midnight via the red button Comic Relief special: page 14
With Huw Edwards. Including this week a series of China Week reports by Rupert Wingfield -Hayes. Regional News; Weather Darren Bett.
Seven become six as another celebrity is ejected.
3/8. Three of a Kind. The 80s sketch show sent Lenny Henry and Tracey Ullman on a fast track to comedic success; for David Copperfield it proved to be the acme of his televisual career Doon MacKichan narrates.
Director Eric Haynes ; Series producer Toby Stevens
What can be done to make the British film industry more stable? Jonathan debates the way forward with those involved. Producer Hans Petch ; Series producer Tom Webber
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Jonathan traces the Secret Map of Hollywood on Wednesday at 11pm
Erotic remake of the classic horror film, starring Nastassia Kinski and Malcolm McDowell. Irena falls for a New Orleans zookeeper but, as a - descendant of African shamans, she risks a terrifying mutation by mating outside her kind. Review page 60. Director Paul Schrader (1982,18)
Followed by Weatherview
Natural World The sighting of strange animals in a network of Mexican caves. Enhanced commentary.
3/8. The team try to save a boy who has fallen down a 100ft cliff in Dorset.
The perils of genetic engineering.
1/6. Constructor Simon struggles to meet deadlines on a five-bed property.