Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Recently appointed Conservative leader David Cameron talks live to Andrew Marr. Under-fire Liberal Democrat boss Charles Kennedy enters the fray next week.
Includes 9.00 News; later, Weather. Editor Barney Jones www.bbc.co.uk/sundayam NOTE: guests may change owing to unforeseen circumstances
Dead Man Walking author Sister Helen Prejean guests on the show that explores beliefs, plus Donald Sinden on his passion for churches. Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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John Craven and Adam Henson learn about the war poets who wrote in the village of Dymock, Gloucestershire, and Charlotte
Smith investigates the likely impact of the 2012 Olympics. Includes weather for the week ahead.
Producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Executive producer Andrew Thorman
Jon Sopel and the team present their unique view of politics. Including News at 12.00.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor Gareth Butler www.bbc.co.uk/politicsshow
A riverside picnic goes awry.
Writer Roy Clarke
Attempts to raise El,000 in order to make upgrades to some fishing tackle.
Crimson Harvest. The future of a family wine-making firm is threatened by outsiders.
First shown on ITV
For cast see page 27
Huw Edwards meets some extraordinary people who have suddenly found themselves at the heart of a major news story. Hymns include The King of Love My Shepherd Is.
New series 1/3. Mrs Tachyon and the Bags of Time A thrilling tale of time travel, intrigue and mystery adapted from the novel by Terry Pratchett. Young Johnny Maxwell and his gang of friends are propelled back to the time of the Second World War.
Writer/Producer Peter Tabern ; Director Dermot Boyd
Paradise Street regained: p22; Book offer: p23; Kids' TV: p
The Man Who Invented Yorkshire Funny Stuff. The boys track down a man renowned for his green fingers. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Ian JW Bell
Finds in Norwich include a letter from Lord Nelson and a series of portraits depicting the ancestors of Walt Disney. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Moira Stuart. Regional News
Weather with Peter Gibbs. IS)
New series 1/4. Happiness. Professor Robert Winston returns with the ground-breaking survey, now in its sixth year, following 25 babies born in 2000. Life is full of difficult experiences, but do biological or environmental factors keep us on an even keel?
Producer Jo Woolf ; Executive producer Tessa Livingstone Mark Lawson Talks to Robert Winston on BBC4 at 9pm Happy ever after?, plus book offer: page 23
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
Acclaimed writer/director Stephen (The Lost Prince) Poliakoff returns with a sweeping drama which depicts a moving love story against the backdrop of the changing business environment of the 1980s and 90s. Poliakoff's Gideon's Daughter is in February.
Producer Nicolas Brown www.bbc.co.uk/drama Stephen Poliakoff - a Brief History of Now is on BBC4 at 10.50pm Snap shots: page 10; DVD offer: page 13
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
The Man Who Blew Away. A face from the past returns. Writer David Renwick ; Director/Producer Susan Belbin
Emotional drama starring
Melissa Gilbert and Rosanna Arquette as mothers whose babies are swapped at birth - an accident that only comes to light 18 months later. Review page 41. Director Douglas Barr (1999, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Holby City Ric is under pressure. (SD
2.15 Christine's Gardens 1/6. Plum trouble. (SD
2.45 Bargain Hunt A blues band compete.
3.30 Pay Off Your Mortgage in Two Years 2/8. Can the MacVean family rid itself of a mortgage?