With Simon McCoy. IS)
Action from yesterday's eight Premiership games.
Shown yesterday at 10.25pm
Peter Sissons and his guests discuss the day's big issues. including 9.30 News; Weather.
Executive editor Barney Jones
Dragons'Den business guru
Simon Woodroffe , Radio 1 doctor Mark Hamilton , Labour peer Baroness Pola Uddin and BBC London's Jumoke Fashola join Max Flint and Anita Anand on the show that explores beliefs.
Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Conflict in the Far East ended 60 years ago, bringing the Second World War to its conclusion. The Prince of Wales leads over 1,000 veterans in a wreath-laying and service of remembrance at the Cenotaph on Whitehall. James Naughtie presents.
Director Claire Popplewell ; Producer
Hyacinth's new hobby for a bored Richard backfires on her.
Written by Roy Clarke
Heart-warming sci-fi fantasy starring Steve Guttenberg and Brian Dennehy. Aliens from a distant planet land in Florida to rescue their compatriots - and their presence has a strange effect on the elderly residents of a rest home. Review page 44. Director Ron Howard (1985, PG)
For cast see page 34
Charles Dance appeals on behalf of Rokpa UK, which works to improve the lives of the poor.
Rptd Wednesday BBC2 12.35pm DONATIONS: call free on [number removed]: send cheques (payable to Rokpa UK) to [address removed]
Aled Jones introduces highlights of the past year, including the teenagers who made a moving pilgrimage to Auschwitz. Hymns include All Glory Laud and Honour, and Lead Kindly Light.
5/6. David is furious that his antique novices have criticised his taste and questioned his judgement. Will the team earn the right to spend the last of his £50,000? They'll need David's approval before their antiques can go on sale.
Series producer Anthony Philipson ; Exec producer Chris Kelly RT DIRECT: snap up David Dickinson 's autobiography The Duke - What a Bobby Dazzler for just £6.99, including p&p. Call [number removed](national rate) to place your order
The original "dirty dancing" became a century-long craze, but behind it was a bitter tale of father and son rivalry. Lesley Garrett narrates this drama documentary, steps onto the dance floor - and even tries on the period underwear. The compelling story is illustrated with the music of the time, played by the Wiener Akademie orchestra in Vienna's sumptuous Hofburg Palace. BBC4's Strauss - a Night in Vienna, a feast of waltzes, polkas and mazurkas, follows at 7.35pm.
Writer Richard Neville ; Executive producer Fiona Morris
Directors David Amphlett and Rupert Edwards Hot to trot: page 16
Johann Strauss II:
Strauss I (father):
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin. IS)
Swashbuckling period adventure based on the Alexandre Dumas novel. Sailor Edmond Dantes plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes, but unknown to him he has a rival for her hand in his best friend,
Fernand Mondego. Consumed by jealousy, Mondego has Dantes framed for a crime he didn't commit.
Incarcerated for life on an island prison, Dantes plots his escape and revenge. Review page 44.
Napoleon Bonaparte Alex Norton
Director Kevin Reynolds (2001, PG) Film Highlights: page 39
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
Reporter John Ware has spent the weeks since the London bombings of 7 July talking to leaders of Britain's Muslim communities. Here, in a series of frank interviews, he gauges their attitudes to integration, sectarianism, supremacy and suicide bombings, and how they plan to tackle the growth of extremism in their midst. The programme also examines the extent of Islamist ideology which the Muslim Council of Britain and their affiliates have brought to Britain over the past 40 years.
Producers Dai Richards , Jonathan Brunert ; Editor Mike Robinson Postponed from last Sunday Repeated with sign language on Thursday at 1.45am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
- Sports comedy starring Gary Olsen , Neil Morrissey and Samantha Janus. Former rugby player Arthur
- Hoyle bets his life savings he can train any local team in eight weeks to defeat the unbeaten Cobblers Arms at rugby league sevens. But when he meets the apathetic players of the Wheatsheaf Arms, he begins to regret his bravado. Review page 44.
Director John Godber (1997, 12)
Followed by Weatherview