Highlights of the sixth day's play, on the traditional Sunday break. Shown yesterday 9.25pm BBC2
Presented by Bill Turnbull and Susanna Reid.
Peter Sissons and guests discuss the day's big issues. Including 9.00 News; Weather.
Ex-Spice Girl Melanie Brown on re-incarnation, and Mark Speight 's quest to create multi-faith artworks. With Max Flint and Anita Anand. Series producer Abigail Saxon CONTACT: call [number removed]060 (national rate), email firstname.lastname@example.org; text HEV to (standard rate): visit www.bbc.co.uk/heaven
Penelope Keith , Eric Knowles , Ralf Little and Susie Blake aim to edify or mystify. With Fiona Bruce. IS)
The community who bought their local farm, and the couple opting for life in the forest. With John Craven and Adam Henson. Plus weather for the week ahead. <S)
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
At 12.25, local stories with (London) Tim Donovan ; (South
East) Peter Henley ; (East) Etholle George. including 12.00 News.
Editor James Stephenson www.bbc.co.uk/politicsshow
What will £200 buy at Wetherby antiques fair in West Yorkshire? With Tim Wonnacott.
Hyacinth plans Richard's retirement.
Murder in the Dark. Is an alcoholic doctor responsible for the death of a fellow medic?
For cast see page 39
The top island resorts, from
Cyprus to the Azores. Presented by Kate Thornton.
Diane Louise Jordan 's in horticultural heaven in Kent; actor
Rupert Vansittart gets poetic; and BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year Rose Setten sings Bach.
Hymns include For the Beauty of the Earth, Morning Has Broken, and The Day Thou Gavest
10/10. Edgbaston Cricket Centre in Birmingham proves an appropriately sporting venue as Alan Titchmarsh learns about the evolution of the training shoe, Colin Jackson shows off the watch he was wearing when he broke the 110m hurdles record, and Martyn Moore enthuses over a Mark 1 E-type Jaguar sports car.
Director Mark Ashton; Series producer John Miller
It All Began with an Old Volvo Headlamp. A heartbroken Kevin decides to become a "wise man of the woods".
Writer Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan. JW Bell
4/4. Actor Richard Wilson portrayed one of Britain's best-loved grumpy old men. Will he adopt a sunnier disposition when he poses for tonight's three artists? And what will his mood be when he views the results?
More from Mr Harris next Sunday in Rolf on African Art. Director David Wheeler ; Series producer Robert Chandler TOURING EXHIBITION: for details visit www.bbc.co.uk/arts
Richard Wilson stars in One Foot in the Grave tomorrow at 10.35pm and Born and Bred on Wednesday at 8pm
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Regional News; Weather with Isobel Lang.
6/8. A community support officer turns vigilante. Can Nicky trace him before somebody gets hurt?
Writer Timothy Prager ; Producer Jacinta Peel ; Director
Roberto Bangura www.bbc.co.uk/drama/crime/55degrees
DS Nicky Cole:
Sgt Rick Astel:
D1 Russell Bing Mark:
PC Martin Clark:
DS Frank Maguire:
DS Patrick Yates:
Sgt Katherine Brookes:
Irene McGinley Elaine:
Ch Supt Daniel Baxter:
4/6. The Heart of England. How did artists capture life and landscapes during the Industrial Revolution? In Manchester, LS Lowry painted scenes that most artists turned their backs on, while in the Peak District Joseph Wright showed that industrial panoramas could be as stirring as any mountain view. With David Dimbleby. A Digital Picture of Britain follows at 10pm on BBC4; A Picture of.... Newcastle is on BBC3 Monday at 1125pm. Director Jamie Muir Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 COMPETITION: for details visit www.bbc.co.uk/apictureofbritain Digital viewers can access popular pictures sent to the website
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Darren Bett.
Dead Mums Don't Cry. Why are so many women in poorer countries dying in pregnancy and childbirth? In one African hospital, Dr Grace Kodindo is running out of medical supplies, but elsewhere there's reason for hope. Steve Bradshaw reports as part of the Africa Lives on the BBC season. Panorama Special Wed 9pm. Producer Tristan Quinn ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 1.55am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Flashy action comedy sequel starring Eddie Murphy as the wisecracking detective. Review page 48.
Director Tony Scott (1987, 15)
Followed by Weatherview