Presented by Sarah Campbell and Noel Thompson.
Shown yesterday at 10.10pm
Peter Sissons and his guests discuss the day's big issues.
Including 9.30 News; Weather. Executive editor Barney Jones
Actress Linda Robson and 1970s singer Jimmy Osmond join paranormal investigator the Rev Lionel Fanthorpe and DJ Nick Ferrari as they field questions in front of a live studio audience. Max Flint and Anita Anand host.
The Rev. Lionel
Why were the inhabitants of the Scottish island of St Kilda forced to start a new life on the mainland in 1930? Plus how Gloucestershire leads the way in promoting local food. With John Craven. Including weather for the week ahead. (5)
Searching for a snip at Wetherby in West Yorkshire. Bargain Hunt Live is tomorrow at 10am
A Mime Is a Terrible Thing to Waste Steve is obliged to investigate a bizarre murder.
** Comedy starring
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. A hapless hypochondriac is told he has only six months to live. However, a millionaire puts forward an intriguing proposition: he can do anything he wants for 20 days, but must then leap into an active volcano. Review page 46.
Director John Patrick Shanley (1990, PG)
For cast see page 36
Aled Jones introduces top musical performances from the past year, including Chris de Burgh, Russell Watson and Heather Small. Plus a selection of favourite hymns, in the last of the summer highlights programmes.
Ancient Eastern Wisdom - an Introduction. The trio are treated to some insightful sayings.
Writer Roy Clarke
6/6. It's the end of the road for the antique-dealer novices as they try to sell their collectables for a healthy profit at an antiques fair. Any money they make is theirs to keep; any loss will be incurred by David ... Series producer Anthony Philipson ; Executive producer Chris Kelly Repeated with sign language on Thursday at 3am BBC Homes & Antiques magazine: new edition out on 1 Sept, E3.30
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
New series 1/5. Rolf Harris is joined by actress
Jane Seymour and hundreds of artists in a live bid to re-create a giant version of da Vinci's Mona Lisa in Edinburgh's Mound precinct, the precursor to a new run of the show. During the quest, pictures by a group of artists in Arezzo, Italy - thought to be the inspiration for the portrait's backdrop - will be flown over and incorporated. Will that enigmatic smile remain intact? Producer Tony Moulsdale ; Series producer Sally Dixon The Rolf effect: page 20
1/2. It's the ultimate clash of the titans - in one corner, tyrannosaurus rex, a six-ton powerhouse; its opponent, triceratops, a phenomenal adversary equivalent in power to an elephant-sized rhino with a spiky helmet. Harnessing new research to sophisticated modelling techniques and computer graphics, Bill Oddie recreates the awesome physical powers of these two fearsome beasts, and witnesses the giants of prehistory engaging in mortal combat. Concludes next Sunday. Producer Alice Harper ; Executive producer Jill Fullerton-Smith 6)INTERACTIVE: at 9.30pm, digital viewers can join Bill to unravel the secrets of the baryonyx - and could win an exclusive ringtone Bill Oddie does dinos: page 14
The Harrowing 1/3. The murder of student Catherine McArdle presages the hunt for a serial killer, as Ken Stott returns as hard-nosed DCI Metcalfe in the series of psychological thrillers. Contains disturbing images and scenes of violence. Continues tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Terry Cafolla ; Producer Peter Norris ; Director Paul Unwin
For more cast see tomorrow www.bbc.co.uk/messiah Glamour work: p1O; One to Watch - Maxine Peake : p53
DCI Red Metcalfe:
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Isobel Lang. (Sl
How did the author arrive at creating arguably the world's most famous fictional spy? Ben Daniels stars in this intriguing drama that uses Fleming's own words, garnered from interviews and his canon of work, to reveal the man behind the creator of an enduring icon.
Writer/Director John Alexander : Producer Colette Flight Who was Mr 007?: page 27
All-guns-blazing action drama starring Gene Hackman and Robert Stack. A retired army colonel recruits a team of Vietnam veterans for a mission to rescue his son, thought to be stranded in the jungles of Laos. Review page 47. Director Ted Kotcheff (1983, 15)
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