With Kate Silverton.
Shown yesterday at 10.55pm
New series Andrew Marr and his quests discuss the day's big issues. Plus a newspaper review. Including 9.00 News; Weather. Executive editor Barney Jones
Britain's first sex-change priest reveals why she couldn't bear to be a man. Plus a debate on mercy killing and a report on Cornwall's Funky Raw Food Festival.
Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Childhood memories go under the hammer to fund a fresh start in Spain.
A Hampshire farm specialising in rare Cleveland Bay horses, plus the National Trust's controversial Plans to flood the Tamar Valley in Cornwall. With John Craven.
Includes the week's weather.
Hyacinth tries to wangle a top executive position for Richard.
Writer Roy Clarke
The Last Resort. Steve shoots an unarmed man.
Comedy fantasy starring Bruce Willis and Spencer Breslin. A successful image consultant who is despised by everybody gets a second shot at life when he meets an eight-year-old incarnation of himself. Review page 48.
Director Jon Turteltaub (2000, PG)
For cast see page 35
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In Caithness, North-East Scotland, the Prince of Wales gives a rare interview to
Sally Magnusson as he talks about his love of the area and his memories of the Queen Mother. With music from Scots folk stalwarts Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham.
The Secret Birthday of Norman Clegg. It's Clegg's birthday - all he wants is a nice lunch, and no fuss.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
3/5. Johannes Vermeer 's paintings have recently enjoyed a surge in popularity, partly due to Girl with a Pearl Earring, the hit biographical movie starring Colin Firth and Scarlett Johansson , but also their exquisite light and colour effects. Rolf Harris travels to the artist's home town of Delft to learn more about the life and work of this 17th-century Dutch master. Producer Catherine Mabb ; Executive producer Tina Fletcher
A bust of Dylan Thomas , an intricate book of early silhouettes and a plate bought for F-5 that's valued close to E10,000 are among the fascinating finds in Lampeter, Pembrokeshire. Hosted by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw SBC Homes & Antiques magazine: new edition out now. E3.30 Ask the experts: page 30
Matthew Amroliwala. Regional News
Weather with Helen Young.
Holding On 2/2. The medics fight to save those still trapped in the gripping conclusion to yesterday's story. Meanwhile, Maggie faces her worst nightmare - and it's all Bruno's fault. See yesterday's choice.
More cast on Saturday www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
FILM OF THE WEEK
- Poignant Oscar-winning drama starring
Russell Crowe , charting 50 years in the life of a maths genius. John Forbes Nash Jr will eventually win the Nobel Prize, but not before suffering paranoid schizophrenic delusions which jeopardise his academic career and marriage. Review page 41.
Director Ron Howard (2001, 12) VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00-11.30pm (non-PDC)
John Forbes Nash Jr:
Alicia Larde Nash:
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
The Oscar-winning drama concludes.
Endearing comedy drama starring Toni Collette.
Intent on escaping her dysfunctional family and her dull life in small-town Australia, daydreamer Muriel takes advantage of a blank cheque and heads off in search of adventure. Review page 48.
Director PJ Hogan (1994, 15)
Film Trivia: page 55
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