Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull. IS)
Shown yesterday at 10.35pm
Andrew Marr 's political and cultural analysis. Guests include Denis and Edna Healey. Plus comedian Mark Steel reviews the Papers. 9.00 News; later. Weather. Editor Barney Jones
Actor Patrick Malahide talks about the lasting effects of a Benedictine education. Plus, the benefits of having a personal shrine or altar. With Max Flint and Mary Rhodes. www.bbc.co.uk/heaven CONTACT: call [number removed] (costs vary - consult operator); email firstname.lastname@example.org; text HEV to [number removed] (standard rate)
John Craven and Adam Henson investigate the ancient links between the Ulster coast and the Mull of Kintyre. Charlotte Smith reports on bovine TB in Spain.
Incl Weather for the week ahead. Producer Andrew Tomlinson
Jon Sopel and the team's unique view of politics. Incl News at 11.55.
At 12.20, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South East); Etholle George (East). www.bbc.co.uk/politicsshow
For cast see page 37
Ireland v Wales
Live coverage from Dublin of the final round-three match (kick-off 3.00). Title-holders Wales won nine of their 13 Lansdowne Road matches between 1976 and but, reeling from the shock departure of coach Mike Ruddock and with losses from each of their last three visits, they might well be approaching this tie with caution. Presented by Jill Douglas. TV presentation Alan Griffiths : Editor
Ron Chakraborty Commentary on Radio 4 () at
2.45pm and Radio 5 Live Sports Extra at 3pm; highlights on UKTV G2 at 7.30pm
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Aled Jones visits the Argentinian Andes and Bala, Gwynedd, as he tells how Welsh settlers migrated from South America. Music includes Guide Me 0 Thou Great Redeemer and Calon Lan.
6/6. It's the final of the toughest children's quiz in Britain. John Humphrys offers six contestants a seat in the infamous black chair to answer questions on their specialist subjects: the mammals of the African plains, the life of Roald Dahl , Chelsea FC, Doctor Who in 2005, the Zulu War and Greek mythology.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Victoria Roye
Dug up in a garden, one of the rarest pieces of silver the programme has ever seen is among the treasures unearthed on a return visit to Montacute House in Somerset. There's also a steam-powered car and a set of original illustrations for Winnie the Pooh, whose valuation elicits gasps of wonder. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw BBC Homes and Antiques magazine: the March edition carries a feature on this programme, while the April edition is out 1 March, price E3.30
Matthew Amroliwala. Regional News
Weather with Susan Powell. IS)
4/8. Backed by a big live band, the six remaining pro-celebrity couples perform classic duets from musicals and rock 'n' roll favourites in a bid to stay in the game. Continues on Thursday at 8pm.
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
Set against the backdrop of New Labour's first term in power, Stephen Poliakoff 's affecting new drama sees public-relations consultant Gideon (Bill Nighy ) increasingly disillusioned with the hollow world he inhabits. Instead, his attention becomes focused on the growing distance between himself and his daughter Natasha (Emily Blunt), who is on the brink of leaving home, and his burgeoning relationship with a woman grieving the tragic loss of her young son.
Producer Nicolas Brown ; Director Stephen Poliakoff
Stephen Poliakoff's 1991 film Close My Eyes follows on BBC4 at 10.45pm The mystery that is Miranda: p14; Gideon's Daughter and Poliakoff boxed set DVD offers: p18; One to Watch: p63
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
5/8. A suicide threat forces PC Jeff Nelson to close Birmingham New Street station, while PC Bob Gee is called to a pickpocketing incident on the Tube.
Claustrophobic disaster movie starring
Gabrielle Carteris and Jack Wagner. When an avalanche hits a mountain resort, a father launches a desperate rescue attempt to free his wife and teenage daughter who are buried beneath the snow. Review page 52. Director Doug Campbell (2001)
Followed by Weatherview
Holby City A familiar face returns.
1/12. St Hywyn's in Aberdaron, North Wales.
1/10. Advice for those whose personal debts are spiralling out of control.