Presented by Simon McCoy and Sian Williams.
Peter Sissons takes over the current-affairs slot from David Frost. Join him and guests for a discussion of the day's big issues, plus a review of the papers. Including 9.30 News; Weather.
Ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell on why she wants a "happy death", actor Mat Fraser reviews the week's news, plus Matt Allwright and Julie Fernandez meet a medium. Max Flint and Anita Anand host. Series producer Abigail Saxon
Leslie Ash, Jeremy Clarkson, Wendi Peters and Stephen Tompkinson join captains Alan Coren and Rod Liddle for the lexical challenge. Fiona Bruce plays host.
John Craven visits the landscapes that inspired John Constable. Plus, how trawlers are stripping the North Sea of sand eels, and the weather for the week ahead. See also A Picture of Britain at 9pm
What will the primates make of their reflections in a mirror? Kate Humble and Ben Fogle find out. Series editor Chris Powell
Norwich hosts the game show.
With Tim Wonnacott.
The Moving Target Mystery. Why is Frank's life threatened?
For cast see page 45
Winter vacations, including skiing in the Pyrenees.
Viewers' opinions on BBC TV, with Terry Wogan. CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org, text [number removed], call [number removed] (local rate), or write to POV, BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham B11RF
Christian Heroes 1/3.
Sally Magnusson profiles Elizabeth Fry , a Quaker who transformed prisons in the 19th century. Hymns include In Heavenly Love Abiding. RT DIRECT: double CD, Songs of Praise. E14.99. Call [number removed]7979 (national rate)
Sadly, Madly, Bradley. Billy is burdened with his humourless brother-in-law in an edition from 2002.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan JW Bell
New series 1/4. Rolf invites three professional artists to paint a celebrity depiction. Tonight it's Cilila Black - which picture will best capture the entertainer's bubbly character? And which one will Cilla pick to take home? Director David Wheeler ; Series producer Robert Chandler
ART Star Portraits with Rolf Harris 6.15pm BBC1
Three professional artists, one celebrity sitter and Rolf Harris: it may not sound like riveting TV but when the first series was shown last year, it engrossed millions. The idea is that a celebrity has their portrait painted by three artists while Harris observes their progress, and chooses the one they like best. Last time around David Dickinson was moved to tears by what he saw. We suspect Cilla Black, the first sitter in this new series, may be made of sterner stuff but even so, it must be daunting to subject yourself to such scrutiny for five hours with only Harris to distract you. (Jane Rackham)
7/10. At the Goonhilly Earth Station in Cornwall, Alan Titchmarsh delves into the world of Doctor Who collectables, while a 1932 Austin, a 1951 Festival of Britain mug and a set of Star Wars figures surface.
Inside Story: p72; Alan Titchmarsh on life as a gnome: p40
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
3/8. When an assault victim dies, a search is on for the two attackers - but which one dealt the fatal blow?
Writer Timothy Prager ; Producer Jacinta Peel
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New series David Dimbleby reveals how the British countryside has inspired artists and writers.
1/6. The Romantic North. The first part of the journey takes in the Lake District, Northumberland and Holy Island, and Bronte country in West Yorkshire. See also A Picture of ... at 10.40pm on Wednesday and A Digital Picture of Britain on BBC4 tonight 10pm. Director Nicky Illis ; Executive producer Basil Comely
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Viewers can submit digital images to www.bbc.co.uk/apictureofbritain The best photographs will be shortlisted, and winners in each category will receive a digital camera and have their work displayed at the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford
BBCi: digital viewers can access a gallery comprising the most popular pictures sent to the website, and a digital photography masterclass RT DIRECT: hardback book, A Picture of Britain, E16.99 (RRP E19.99) including p&p. Cheques, payable to Radio Times, to [address removed]. Or call [number removed] (nat rate) David Dimbleby 's love of landscapes: page 20; Digital photography tips: page 24
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with John Hammond.
Atmospheric supernatural thriller starring Richard Gere and Laura Linney. After his car breaks down in - a small town, journalist John Klein finds the isolated community is being terrorised by an eerie "mothman" creature, similar to pictures his wife drew just before her death two years ago. Film of the Week: page 47.
Director Mark Pellington (2001, 12)
Dr Alexander Leek:
The Shocking Sun.
Patrick Moore talks to top astronomer John Brown about the solar mission observing sunspots and solar flares. Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2 Ask Adam Hart-Davis : page 29
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