Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.20pm
Andrew Marr's guests include Maureen Lipman and the Proclaimers. Including 9.00
News; plus, later on, Weather.
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The Proclaimers [Craig and Charlie
Actor Richard E Grant is in the studio, mezzo Katherine Jenkins sings live, and Sunetra Sarker hits the disco for a pre-Diwali party.
With Max Flint and Mary Rhodes. Series producer Abigail Saxon
The impact of the pottery industry on the Staffordshire countryside, and the environmental effects of Spain's tomato-growing industry. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Exec Producer Andrew Thorman Then Weather for the Week Ahead
Jon Sopel and the team present their unique view of politics.
At 12.30, local stories with (London) Tim Donovan ; (South East) Peter Henley ; (East) Etholle George. Including 12.00 News.
Editor James Stephenson
Hyacinth secures a guest speaker for the Ladies' Luncheon Club.
The Murder of Mark Sloan. Can the good doctor really be no more? Then Children in Need
For cast see page 40
With Terry Wogan. Email email@example.com; call [number removed](local rate); write to POV, BBC Birmingham. The Mailbox. Birmingham Bl 1RF
1/15. Another chance to see the first two parts of the new dramatisation of the Dickens novel. Esther is sent to live with her guardian. Part 2 is at 6.15pm. Shown last Thu Cast Thu/Fri
Andrea Bocelli and Katherine Jenkins join Aled Jones , Pam Rhodes and a thousand-strong choir at the Royal Albert Hall for the Big Sing Top 10, the finale of this year's search for the nation's favourite hymn.
2/15. Tulkinghorn pursues his enquiries into Lady Dedlock's past. Continues on Thursday at 8pm.
Shown last Friday Cast on Thursday/Friday
At the country estate of Manderston, near Berwickupon-Tweed, a collection of rare and valuable biscuit tins, pieces from Queen Victoria's household and a gruesome man-trap. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw Illuminations - Treasures of the Middle Ages follows on BBC4
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Darren Bett.
New series 1/6. Robson Green stars in this winsome drama as widower George Stevenson , who has vowed to send his wife's ashes into space inside a rocket.
Fly Me to the Moon. As George prepares to launch the prototype, responsibilities as a single parent intervene.
Writer Alison Hume ; Producer Philip Leach ; Director Jon East Behind the scenes: page 12; The Inside Story: page 76
David Shiner Owen:
New series A trio of handsome two-part drama documentaries on the uncovering of Ancient Egypt's wonders through the eyes of the archaeologists, scholars and adventurers who made it their life's work.
1/6. The Search for Tutankhamun. The obsession of painter-turned-archaeologist Howard Carter and his patron Lord Carnarvon is interwoven with the story of the boy king. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Egyptian Journeys with Dan Cruickshank follows on BBC2.
Writer Tony Mulholland ; Producer Paul Bradshaw ; Director
Ferdinand Fairfax www.bbc.co.uk/history INTERACTIVE: at the end of the programme, digital viewers can take part in an interactive drama via the red handset button
Behind the scenes: page 8; RT Direct book offer: page 10
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Isobel Lang. (5)
Troops Out? An increasing number of British people want a timetable for the withdrawal of the troops from Iraq. In a debate from the Imperial War Museum, David Dimbleby hears evidence from experts on both sides. Producers Julia Barron , Richard Garvin and Alice Perman ; Editor Mike Robinson Repeated with sign language on Thursday at
12.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Whimsical romantic comedy drama, starring Angelina Jolie and Edward Burns , about a TV news reporter who begins to live her life only after a self-styled prophet predicts her death. Review page 54.
Director Stephen Herek (2002, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Tales from the Green Valley 1/12. Historians and archaeologists become 17th-century farmers. (SL)
1.15 2/12. Building a cowshed. (SL)
1.45 A Year at Kew 11/11. An art display. (SL)