Presented by Simon McCoy and Susanna Reid.
Epical debate with David Frost and Quests. Incl 9.30 News; Weather. Editor Barney Jones (5)
Wine buff Oz Clarke sees how the Fair Trade movement's efforts have affected coffee growers in Rwanda, and Clare Short reconciles Party politics with conscience.
Series producer Roger Childs
How the Bolton Abbey estate on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales maintains a balance between tourism and the environment.
Plus weather for the week ahead. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Political issues with Jeremy Vine , including Wake up Britain, a piece for the People Power strand. (5)
From 12.30 local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.00 News.
Editor James Stephenson
Blackburn Rovers v Leicester City The last non-Premiership team remaining in the FA Cup travel to Ewood Park for this quarter-final match (kick-off 1.05). The difference in their league status notwithstanding, Mark Hughes 's side would do well to remember the Foxes claimed the estimable scalp of Charlton Athletic in the fifth round. Gary Lineker presents. Producer Ian Finch
Editor Mark Demuth Semi-final draw on Monday BBC2, 1.30pm
For cast see page 45
Should Lionel be on his book cover? Writer Bob Larbey
School Choirs1/2. Aled Jones introduces this year's six finalists, who perform next week before judges. Hymns include Thou Whose Almighty Word.
3/3. Alan, Davie and James prepare for a final confrontation with merciless Colonel MacNab.
Writers Bev Doyle , Richard Kurti
New series The Swan Man of Ilkley. 1/10. Back for more mayhem, the boys help Lenny from the factory to sail a swan boat. Guest-starring Cannon and Ball.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan JW Bell
A French cabinet with royal connections and letters and artwork by Ouentin Crisp come to light on a second visit to Dartington Hall in Devon. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Weather with Helen Young.
Family Day. Should Tess withdraw Mike's treatment and let him die? There's an accident at the docks.
Writer Danny McCahon ; Producer Alex Perrin ; Director Robert Del Maestro www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
1/2. Molten lava bulging against the Earth's crust beneath America's Yellowstone Park will explode through with devastating effect - it's just a question of when, say scientists. This factual drama set in the near future depicts such an outcome based on evacuation procedures and predictions by volcanologists and futurologists. Concludes tomorrow 9pm. Supervolcano: the Truth about Yellowstone follows on BBC2 at 10pm.
Writer Edward Canfor-Dumas
Producer Ailsa Orr
Director Tony Mitchell
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Helen Young.
As Britain grows increasingly disenchanted with Westminster, more people are engaging in a different and potent style of politics - direct action. This shrewd documentary, the centrepiece of a pan-BBC strand on political awareness and activism, looks at how, over the last 15 years, citizens have taken to the streets to protest on causes such as the poll tax and fuel levies. Producer David Akerman ; Executive producer Paul Woolwich
6/8. The Big Yin takes in Manchester, Bradford, the Peak District and Sheffield. Producers Andy Bates and Kim Turberville
Series producer Steve Brown
Downbeat mystery thriller starring Annabella Sciorra and Rupert Graves. When a homeless man witnesses a murder, he barely escapes with his life. On the run, he tells his story to a journalist who agrees to help him. Review page 54. Director Scott Michell (1995,15)
Followed by Weatherview