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Andrew Marr chats to theatre director Peter Hall, author Bret Easton Ellis and Tory leadership contender David Cameron.
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Writer Maya Angelou, The Apprentice's Saira Khan and impressionist Jan Ravens join Max Flint and Mary Rhodes.
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Can the shooting industry cope with the decline in grouse? John Craven and Diane Louise Jordan report. Charlotte Smith looks at the importance of bio-fuels. Producer Andrew Tomlinson
Editor Andrew Thorman Then Weather for the week ahead
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Can a London couple's family fund a champagne-fuelled farewell when they go to France? Producer Gill Waddington
The Seven Deadly Sins. Steve and Dr Sloan pursue a diamond thief who is the prime suspect in a murder case.
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Opera star Katherine Jenkins and a crowd of 7,000 join Aled Jones at bass-baritone Bryn Terfel's
Faenol festival. Among spirituals sung by the trio are Panis Angelicus and Deep River.
2/2. A touch of Saturday Night Fever helps Bruce Forsyth conclude his toe-tappin' journey, travelling with wife Wilnelia to Cuba, Puerto Rico and the US to explore the Latin influences on our popular dancing. He also trades steps and stories with the people behind some of the most pivotal dance movements seen on screen in the 1980s and 90s.
Producer Barbara Orton ; Exec producer Gary Chippington
Unscreened finds from recent roadshows held at Staffordshire and Lincolnshire include a ring once owned by the Romanian royal family, an elaborate Arts and Crafts bed and a bizarre collection of coffinalia belonging to an undertaker. With Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw Thoroughly Modern Antiques Adornment is on BBC4 at 7.35pm
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4/6. Does Glenbogle have its own loch monster? Ewan discovers he has a real flair for business, while Paul's worries are overshadowed by his feelings for lona.
Writer Michael Chaplin ; Producer Rob Bullock
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4/6. Straw Dog 1/2. Many years after being imprisoned for the murder and mutilation of young men, Tony Greene appeals. Having assisted in his arrest and conviction, Grace is called to give evidence. Will a jar of pickled, severed fingers sent by an apparent copycat torturer help convince her she made a mistake?
Contains violent scenes. Part two is tomorrow, 9pm.
Writer Declan Croghan ; Producer Richard Burrell
Director Jim O'Hanlon www.bbc.co.uk/drama
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Weather with Isobel Lang.
Blair vs Blair. In the wake of the London bombings the Government is proposing new anti-terrorist laws. Will they really make us safer? If so, at what cost to our civil liberties? Vivian White reports on the plans - and differences of opinion even within number 10. Producer Andrew Macdonald ; Editor Mike Robinson Rptd with sign language Thursday at 1.55am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Effective Second World War horror starring Jason Flemyng and Andrew Tiernan. German soldiers attempt to evade the Allies by hiding in a forest bunker. But when sleep takes its toll on the exhausted troops, it becomes apparent they may not be alone in their refuge. Review page 52. Director Rob Green (2001, 15)
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