Presented by Simon McCoy and Kate Silverton.
Third round FA Cup highlights.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm Live FA Cup third-round action between Leicester and Spurs tonight at 6.20pm
Andrew Marr hosts the political and cultural review show. At
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Editor Barney Jones
Actress Maureen Lipman reveals how belief and faith healers have helped her through bereavement, while travel writer Simon Calder explores Britain's most inspiring Places. Plus boy scouts prepare for the trip of a lifetime. With Mary Rhodes and Max Flint.
Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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John Craven reflects on Countryfile's coverage of the events marking the Year of the Sea. Plus reports on the UK's lakes and rivers. Includes weather for the week ahead.
Producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Executive Producer Andrew Thorman
Richard forgets his wedding anniversary and alarms Hyacinth. Writer Roy Clarke
A car enthusiast tries to raise money for a new monster motor. Director Paula Campion ; Series producer Andrew Snowbow
Fatal Paradise. Private eye Charlie Garrett is framed for murder.
First shown on ITV
For cast see page 31
Architect Maxwell Hutchinson introduces hymns with an 18th-century flavour, as he explores Christopher Wren 's London churches. Plus a performance from the choir at Wren's biggest work, St Paul's Cathedral. Hymns include Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation; Praise, My Soul; and Angel Voices.
New series 1/6. Chimps are the most human of all animals, with colourful individual personalities and strong emotions. In a week-long series of programmes, film-makers offer a unique insight into the daily lives of a wild chimp family in the African jungle. Shot over eight years, this tender documentary captures their experiences, from friendships and feuds to love and loss. More tomorrow at 7pm.
Series producer Philip Chapman : Executive producer Sara Ford
Apes in Danger is tomorrow at 7.30pm on BBC2 Going Ape: page 24; The Inside Story: page 62
Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur
Gary Lineker presents live coverage of this FA Cup third-round tie at the Walkers Stadium (kick-off 6.30).
Spurs are eight-times winners of the competition and manager Martin Jol 's side are currently enjoying their best Premiership season for years. By contrast, Leicester have been struggling in the lower half of the Championship so will be particularly hopeful of victory tonight.
Plus highlights of this afternoon's three other third-round ties, including the much-anticipated meeting of non-League Burton Albion and Manchester United.
Live coverage of the fourth-round draw tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2. www.bbc.co.uk/facup
High-flying action thriller starring Nicolas Cage ,
John Cusack and John Malkovich. Finally paroled after eight years in prison for manslaughter, Cameron Poe heads home on the "Jailbird", a convict transport plane which contains some of America's most dangerous criminals. Continues after the news. Review page 45.
Director Simon West (1997,18) 46UT VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00-11.00pm (non-PDC) Scene & Heard, plus DVD offer: page 51
Cyrus the VirusGrissom:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
Conclusion of the action thriller. <S)
Wry political comedy drama starring John Travolta as aspiring Democratic presidential candidate Jack Stanton and Emma Thompson as his wife, Susan.
As the race for the nomination hots up, rumours of Jack's womanising past threaten to scupper his campaign. Review page 45.
Director Mike Nichols (1998, 15) Trivia: page 51
Followed by Weatherview
Governor Jack Stanton:
Governor Fred Picker:
Holby City Mother Love. Connie fights to impress
Lord Byrne. (RMS)
Bill embarks on a personal pilgrimage to Corbett National Park in India, where his close friend was killed by a tiger.
Two married couples compete for bargains at Nottingham's Wollaton Fair.