Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
David Attenborough discusses his spectacular new series Planet Earth, which begins tonight at 9pm, and there's music from folk-rock icon Joan Baez. With Andrew Marr. Including a review of the Sunday papers; 9.00 News; later, Weather.
Roy Hattersley reflects on the nature of death, and what do the increasingly varied methods of disposing of our remains say about our view of life? Max Flint and Kate Gerbeau host the show that explores what you believe.
Series producer Abigail Saxon
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John Craven and Charlotte Smith discover how prehistoric man has left his mark on the North Wessex Downs. Adam Henson probes the plan to build a 180-mile gas pipeline through Wales. Incl Weather for the week ahead. Producer Andrew Tomlinson
Jon Sopel and the team's unique view of politics. Incl News at 12.00.
At 12.20, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor Gareth Butler
To Emmet's dismay, Hyacinth wants to take part in his production of The Boyfriend.
Landlords try flogging maritime memorabilia to fund wheelchair access to their hostelry.
Mr Monk Goes back to School
Was the death of a local teacher really suicide?
For cast see page 30
Sally Magnusson explores the painful experience of bereavement and introduces inspirational music, featuring a song from young Kiwi chanteuse Hayley Westenra. Hymns include God Is Love, Abide with Me and Be Still, My Soul.
2/10. Below Zero. Budget skiing, a polar bear safari in Canada, and a family package to Lapland.
Series producer Chris Walley ; Executive producer Owen Gay
New series 1/9. Follow That Bottle. The gang return in pursuit of a bottle with a message inside.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell June Whitfield's first big break: page 33
The team visit Australia for the first time, and find a flag flown at Trafalgar and a sad-looking bear with a jaw-dropping value in Melbourne. With Michael Aspel. Director Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: the April edition, price
E3.30, features finds from the last series which were not televised Where's the show off to next?: page 26
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Dan Corbett.
8/8. The grand final sees the two remaining pairs performing classic duets in a bid to be crowned champion. With Tess Daly and Vernon Kay.
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
New series 1/11. Pole to Pole. The BBC's natural history unit embarks on the most ambitious series it has ever produced, celebrating planet Earth in all its astonishing beauty. This first film takes us on a sweeping journey across the planet, revealing how the sun's seasonal journey affects the lives of all who inhabit our world. Presented by David Attenborough. Producer Mark Linfield ; Series producer Alastair Fothergill The Greatest Show of Earth: page 12; Book offer: page 16; Moment of the Week: page 57
With Jane Hill.
Weather with Alex Deakin.
The NHS National Homes Swindle. Thousands have been forced to sell houses belonging to a close relative in order to fund their medical care in a nursing home. But is the law being disregarded? Vivian White reports. A Panorama Special is on Wednesday at 9pm.
Producer Stephen Scott ; Editor Mike Robinson NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
6/8. Probationer Dan Steggles gets more than he bargained for on a routine exercise.
Producer Hugh Dehn ; Executive producer Roger Graef
Madcap crime comedy starring Minnie Driver , Mary McCormack and Michael Gambon. A nurse and an actress stumble across a heist. Review page 47.
Director Mel Smith (2001.15)
The Loveliest Planet. Telescope tips on finding the ringed planet of Saturn.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Shown yesterday at 7pm on BBC4 Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Followed by Weatherview
Holby City Nick clashes with Ric.
6/10. Financial advice. (SD