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Coronation Street's Shobna Gulati discusses her fear of the paparazzi, Plus Tanni Grey-Thompson 's views on abortion, and Nick Ferrari and Benedictine monk Dom Antony Sutch spar over gay marriage.
With Max Flint and Anita Anand. Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive Producer Chris Loughlin
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Guests Timothy West, Amanda Barrie, Paul O'Grady and Jennie Bond join Alan Coren, Rod Liddle and Fiona Bruce for a spot of lexical hoodwinking.
A visit to the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire where an Iron Age village is being rebuilt, plus a report on a controversial oil pipeline in rural Ireland, and the week's weather. With John Craven and Charlotte Smith.
A spot of voluntary church cleaning proves to be hard work for Hyacinth and Rose.
Writer Roy Clarke
Murder Blues. Angie Dickinson guest-stars as Dr Mark Sloan investigates a case of police and political corruption.
Two teams head to the Malvern Hills for today's fair before a reckoning at a sale room in Cirencester. Tim Wonnacott tots up the profits and losses.
For cast see page 38
10/10. Best of British. Home-grown holidays from the traditional seaside resort of Scarborough to trendy Leeds counted down by Kate Thornton. A new series is planned for next year. Holiday offers: page 40
The latest action from Helsinki, with Sue Barker.
4.55 Women's 100m
5.20 Men's 100m semi-final
5.40 Women's triple jump final. Russia's Tatyana Lebedeva aims for a third successive title.
5.50 Women's 800m semi-finals
6.20 Heptathlon 800m. The medals are decided as Britain's pre-championship favourite Kelly Sotherton goes up against Carolina Kluft and Eunice Barber.
7.00 Men's 400m hurdles semi-finals
7.35 Men's 100m final. Who will be crowned Earth's fastest man? Mark Lewis-Francis and Jason Gardener will hope to be taking on Olympic champion Justin Gatlin , but will world record holder Asafa Powell be fit?
Executive producer Martin Webster ; Executive editor
Dave Gordon www.bbc.co.uk/athletics INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access a medals table and news The ones to watch: page 18
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At 8.15am on 6 August 1945, the first atomic bomb was dropped over the Japanese city of Hiroshima, killing nearly 100,000 people instantly. This drama-documentary builds a record of circumstances leading up to the nuclear explosion, before highlighting what it was like to live through the event. John Hurt narrates.
Writers Claire Saxby and Paul Wilmshurst ; Director Paul Wilmshurst : Executive producer Matthew Barrett
Weeks to make, seconds to destroy: page 10
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Dr Shuntaro Hida:
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With Jane Hill.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
This afternoon's traditional curtain-raiser to the new season saw Premiership champions Chelsea play FA Cup holders Arsenal at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Paul Armstrong A game of two sexes: page 14; DVD offer: page 16
Action road movie starring Patrick Swayze as trucker Jack Crews , whose financial problems lead him into picking up a dubious cargo in Georgia from religious fanatic Red (Meat Loaf). Review page 48.
Director Kevin Hooks (1998, 12)
Patrick Moore looks at whether there is life on other planets.
An extended version is on Tuesday at 8.30pm on BBC4; repeated next Saturday on BBC2
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