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Topical debate, including
9.30 News; Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
The series exploring beliefs sees
Olivia Newton-John talking of her fight with cancer and her devotion to environmental issues. Mel C looks at the week's events and Performs an acoustic version of her new single. Plus what tattoos say about us. With Max Flint ,
Anita Anand and David Akinsanya.
Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive Producer Chris Louchlin
Charlotte Smith visits Northern Ireland's Sperrins mountain range, Adam Henson investigates the disappearance of peat bogs, and Michaela Strachan explores the appeal of bird watching to younger People. With John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead.
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
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
Onslow celebrates his birthday.
Writer Roy Clarke
For cast see page 44
Music from Razorlight, Lemar and Mariah Carey , plus a look at the latest Eminem video.
The Undercover Nun Mystery Silver-jubilee celebrations are marred by murder.
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Diane Louise Jordan visits Christ Church in Spitalfields as she tells the story behind the restoration of one of the finest churches in London. Hymns include Rejoice the Lord Is King and How Deep the Father's Love for Us.
2/10. Big Kids Little Kids. From the bright lights of Las Vegas to winter wonder in Lapland, a look at holiday destinations that are all about having fun - whatever your age. Presented by Kate Thornton.
Director Duncan Coates ; Series producer Karen Mackinder Holiday is on Monday at 7pm
Hermione (the Short Course). Howard worries that his love life might feature strongly in Clegg's memoirs.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
A second visit to Shugborough Hall in Staffordshire throws up a hat stand with bears climbing up it and a poster signed by Jimi Hendrix. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Exec producer Christopher Lewis 20th Century Roadshow begins on Thursday at 8pm Your chance to join the Roadshow: page 10
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Concluding a year at the royal residence of Windsor. 3/3. The Ranger. Prince Philip, the present holder of the title of Ranger of the Great Park, takes viewers on a tour of Windsor Castle's grounds. Plus a behind-the-scenes look at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Producer Matt Reid ; Exec producers Martin Davison/Andy Goodsir
3/3. Maud discovers who masterminded the scam, but is it all too late for her to be reconciled with Sue?
Dramatised by Peter Ransley from the novel by Sarah Waters
Producer Georgina Lowe ; Director Aisling Walsh
Sarah Waters: Sex and the Victorian City follows on BBC4
Man in carriage:
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Why Bullies Win. The Government is trying to persuade victims of bullying in schools that they shouldn't suffer in silence. But what if no one listens to their pleas for help? Declan Lawn meets those on the receiving end and asks why children are left with nowhere to turn. Producer Andrew Martin ; Editor Mike Robinson
Postponed from 13 February www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Highlights of Aston Villa v West Brom, Everton v Crystal Palace and Spurs v Newcastle. Presenter Adrian Chiles is joined by Gordon Strachan.
Producer Paul Foster ; Editor Mark Demuth
Crime thriller starring Judd Nelson as a psychopath, who, ten years after killing the fiancee of his friend, sets his sights on the friend's wife during a vacation. Review page 55. Director Robert Michael Lewis (1995, 15)
Followed by Weatherview