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The story of the real chocolate factories and the Quakers who ran them. Plus, Coronation Street actor William Roache on the week's news, and the live topical debate with Max Flint and Anita Anand. Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin CONTACT: call [number removed]1060 (national rate), email firstname.lastname@example.org; text HEV to (standard rate); visit www.bbc.co.uk/heaven
Nicki Chapman, Brian Blessed, Rob Bonnet and Fred Macaulay join regulars Alan Coren and Rod Liddle to educate and inveigle in equal measure.
wolves and bears roaming the Scottish Highlands? John Craven meets a man keen to see just that.
Charlotte Smith asks if a ban on shooting is likely to happen. Plus weather for the week ahead. 6)
Hyacinth and Richard take a luxury cruise on the 0E2, in the Christmas special from 1993. Wnter Roy Clarke ; Producer/Director
Passion for Murder. Dr Sloan finds himself entangled in a deadly love triangle Weekday investigations are at 2.35pm.
Lively comedy sequel to The
Love Bug, starring Helen Hayes and Stefanie Powers. Herbie the magical car rides to the rescue when an old lady is threatened with eviction. Review page 46. Director Robert Stevenson (1974, U)
The Love Bug is 620pm on Five: Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo is Thursday 1pm BBC2
For cast see page 37
Belfast, Swansea, London and Guernsey feature as Aled Jones recalls series highlights. Hymns include There Is a Redeemer, And the Glory of the Lord and / Heard the Voice of Jesus Say. www.bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise
Three decades in and counting, Last of the Summer Wine is the world's longest-running comedy series. Here, writer Roy Clarke discusses the making of the show, helped along by contributions from cast past and present, including Peter Sallis, Kathy Staff, Brian Wilde and Frank Thornton, as well as the late Michael Bates, Bill Owen and Thora Hird.
The Victorian estate of Knightshayes in Devon provides a suitably grand location for tonight's opulent offerings. They include a suite of jewellery thought to have been worn at the court of Napoleon, a copy of a play featuring a royal cast member, the greatest Doulton vases expert Henry Sandon has ever seen and an exceptionally rare 17th-century jewellery box. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis www.bbc.co.uk/antiques BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: the new edition of the monthly is on sale from 29 July, price E3.30
With Moira Stuart. Regional News
Weather with Peter Gibbs.
3/6. A team of six antique-dealing novices gets the chance to bid in the prestigious salerooms of Sotheby's and Christie's in London. But will their benefactor David Dickinson regret the decision when he finds himself with a mutiny on his hands as they demand more cash?
Series producer Anthony Philipsort Executive producer Chris Kelly RT DIRECT: David Dickinson 's bestselling autobiography The Duke - What a Bobby Dazzler (paperback) is available for just E6.99 including p&p. To order, please call [number removed]7979 (national rate)
3/3. Love. Have scientists finally found the secrets of a long-lasting relationship? And if so, can they save couples on the brink of collapse? After 20 years of bickering, Lyn and Alan are contemplating a divorce, while Jay's recent affair has put his marriage to Hayley under intolerable pressure. Together with starry-eyed newlyweds Steve and Donna they undergo a battery of experiments testing their relationships. Armed with a new understanding of each other's biochemistry and psychology, Lyn and Alan, and Hayley and Jay, embark on a programme designed to rescue their marriages. Producer Jonah Weston ; Series producer Sara Woodford The Inside Story: page 64
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Guns, Knives and Children. Candid prison interviews with some of Britain's most brutal young offenders provide a disturbing insight into the increasingly violent world inhabited by many children and young people today. With reporter Shelley Jofre.
Producer Murdoch Rodgers ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at lam www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Sentimental romantic comedy written and directed by Ben Elton , with Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson leading an all-star cast. Sam and Lucy Bell are a happily married and successful couple whose seemingly perfect life lacks just one thing - a baby. The pair's energetic attempts to conceive become increasingly frustrating, and then Sam decides secretly to write a TV screenplay about their exploits. Review paqe 46. (1999,15)
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