Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Topical debate, including at
9.30 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
with Doctor Who star
Christopher tccleston , Jane Tomlinson talking about fighting cancer, and Linda Smith asking why the future king must marry in a register office.
Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive Producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven explores the spa-rich
Malvern Hills in Worcestershire and Adam Henson meets one of Norfolk's last reed cutters. Plus weather for the week.
Kumali the lion cub has his first inoculation. (Revised rpt) See also Animal Park - Wild in Africa, which begins tomorrow at 6pm on BBC2
Hyacinth's pursuit of perfection is thwarted by her family's antics. Writer Roy Clarke
For cast see page 58
The Movie Mystery. The death of a tyrannical TV director leaves no shortage of suspects.
US TV producers are making adjustments to Lionel's script.
Writer Bob Larbey
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David Jason appeals for Flying Scholarships for the Disabled.
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Ated Jones launches the first-ever Songs of Praise phone vote as the search to find the nation's favourite hymn reaches a climax. Is it to be a traditional stalwart or a modern song?
Vote for the Nation's Favourite Hymn: p10
New series 1/10. Kate Thornton returns with a second run of countdowns of the best holiday experiences. Our of the Ordinary. Extraordinary vacations include a clipper trip on Italy's Amalfi coast and being a cowgirl on an Arizona ranch. But which will come out on top? Director Sara Dein ; Series producer Karen Mackinder
Who's That Mouse in the Poetry Group? Can Howard manage to keep an eye on Smiler and Marina?
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Michael Aspel oversees an alfresco roadshow at
Shugborough Hall , the Staffordshire family seat of the Earls of Lichfield, where punters' finds include a Faberge brooch and a ceramic garden seat.
Producer Michele Burgess Exec producer Christopher Lewis Royal wedding souvenirs: page 28
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Helen Willetts.
A year at Windsor, the world's largest inhabited castle. 2/3. Four Seasons. Among the activities and events is is Easter Court, a period when all royal business is conducted from Windsor rather than Buckingham
Palace. Plus the grandeur of Garter Day and the racing extravaganza of Royal Ascot. Barbara Flynn narrates. Producer Matt Reid ; Exec producers Martin Davison , Andy Goodsir
post that mentions
I 1 2/3. Will Sue warn Maud that her husband-to-be
Rivers intends sending her to a madhouse?
Dramatised by Peter Ransley from the novel by Sarah Waters
Producer Georgina Lowe ; Director Aisling Walsh
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
I The events of 9/11 led to the biggest manhunt in history. The target - Osama Bin Laden. Over three years later, the trail has gone cold. This documentary talks to key figures involved in the pursuit.
Director Mark Everest: Executive producer Roy Ackerman Why Osama doesn't do interviews: page 47
Underwhelming action thriller. On a mission to seek an arms dealer, a policeman finds the intelligence
- officer who recruited him has criminal motives.
Cantonese dubbed into English. Review page 68.
Director Stanley Tong (1996,12)
Star Party. Patrick Moore throws a two-night party at his house as amateur astronomers wait for the night sky to emerge.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Extended repeat tomorrow at
8.30pm on BBC4, plus next Saturday on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview