Presented by Kate Silverton and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Political and cultural review with Andrew Marr and guests.
Including 9.00 News; later, Weather. Editor Barney Jones
New series 1/5. Live worships for Advent in the run-up to Christmas, introduced by singer/songwriter Graham Kendrick. Today's family mass for Advent Sunday comes from Clifton Cathedral, Bristol, where the celebrant is the dean, Canon Robert Corrigan.
Director John Kirby ; Series producer
John Craven visits the Somerset Levels, while Charlotte Smith surveys the environmental damage in Spain caused by our perennial appetite for tomatoes. Includes weather for the week.
Series producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Exec producer Andrew Thorman
Jon Sopel and team's unique view of politics. Including 12.00 News.
At 12-30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South): Paul Siegert (South East); Etholle George (East).
Editor James Stephenson
Hyacinth's plans to buy a weekend retreat in the country backfire.
Writer Roy Clarke
A tired garden will benefit from money raised at auction.
An Explosive Murder. On the trail of killer extremists.
For cast see page 40
The Frenchies Are Coming. What's Billy's archery-training course like? Writer Roy Clarke
To mark Advent Sunday,
Sally Magnusson visits Rosslyn Chapel, near Edinburgh, an ancient and beautiful place of worship that's seen a huge increase in visitors since featuring in Dan Brown 's bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code. Hymns include Lo He Comes with Clouds Descending.
8 & 9/15. Tulkinghorn is close to piecing together Lady Dedlock's secrets. Continues on Thursday at 8pm.
- Shown last Thursday and FrKlay Cast on Thursday/Friday
Alison Graham 's review of the year: page 37; Anne Reid 's big break: page 37; Your weekly catch-up: page 40
Unscreened finds, including an Edward VIII coronation souvenir converted to an abdication mug, and fan mail from Elton John 's early days. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess : Series editor Simon Shaw BBC Homes & Antiques magazine: new edition out 1 December, E3.30 Ask the experts: page 34
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Dan Corbett.
5/6. Freefall. Love is in the air when George meets Ed's mum. The team have to enlist the help of the women.
Writer Simon BtocK Producer Philip Leach : Director James Strong The Inside Story: page 76
Tom Stevenson John:
David Shiner Owen:
5/6. The Mystery of the Rosetta Stone. The marathon duel between two geniuses to crack Egypt's ancient hieroglyphs. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Egyptian Journeys with Dan Cruickshank follows on BBC2.
Writer Jonathan Rich ; Producer Paul Bradshaw ; Executive producer Phil Dolling www.bbc.co.uk/history Drama Documentary: Imagining the Truth on BBC4 tomorrow at 9pm asks whether the genre is appropriate for telling factual stories
At the end of the programme, digital viewers can take part in an interactive adventure via the red handset button
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Sir William Boughton:
Silvestre de Sacy:
With Jane Hill.
Weather with John Hammond.
Battle for Europe. As Britain's presidency of the EU nears its climax with December's summit, Tony Blair has again asked Europe to embrace reform or face long-term decline - but does Anglo-French rivalry still dictate the debate over Europe's future? Allan Little reports. Producer Huw Marks: Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat on Thursday at 12.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news. its subject matter may change
4/11. Caesar must decide how to play Pompey.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC2
Suzanna Leigh and Frank Finlay. While on a break, a pop singer is confronted with a colony of specially bred killer bees on a remote British island. Review page 56.
Director Freddie Francis (1967)
Followed by Weatherview
Holby City Ric pushes for extreme surgery. (SU
9/12 Milking. (SD
2.4510/12. Sheep washing and shearing. (SL)