Andrew Marr's weekly round-up of politics and culture. Including 9.00 News; later, Weather.
Live coverage of the closing ceremony in Melbourne as the curtain drops on the Commonwealth Games. Organisers are promising a stunning spectacle celebrating Australia's distinctive way of life. The showpiece event also features a parade of flag bearers from every Commonwealth country, a fireworks display, and the opportunity for the fans to show their appreciation of the athletes who have taken part. Presented by Sue Barker , with commentary by Barry Davies and Hazel Irvine.Executive producer Martin Webster
Executive editor Dave Gordon
With Jon Sopel. Incl 12.30 News.
At 1.00, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor Gareth Butler www.bbc.co.uk/politicsshow
Who is the strange man who has spent the night at Elizabeth's?
A sum of E600 is needed for a ruby wedding celebration.
Mr Monk Gets Married. Newlyweds are investigated.
For cast see page 30
Why are mums so special?
Children share their insights with Pam Rhodes on a visit to
Cheshire's Arley Hall and gardens for Mothering Sunday. And
Gloria Hunniford reflects on the experience of losing a daughter. Hymns include Love Divine and Tell Out My Soul.
4/10. Culture. Including the souks of Marrakesh, the ancient city of Muscat. North and South Korea, Washington DC, Venice and Guatemala. Presented by Nicki Chapman. Great offers on French breaks: page
56; Holidays in Catalonia: page
4/9. The Genuine Outdoors Robin Hood Barbi
Billy takes the boys out for a barbecue in the "real" outdoors ... if only he could light the fire.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Sherborne School in Dorset played host in February 2003, as the team unearthed an inflatable paper globe dating from 1830, and a George Cross and George Medal awarded to a bomb disposal expert.
Producer Michete Burgess ; Exec producer Christopher Lewis Thoroughly Modern Antiques is on Tuesday on BBC4 at 8.30pm Homes & Antiques magazine: April edition out now, price E3.30
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Susan Powell.
3/8. Alex holds a housewarming in her new cottage, but has she invited old flame Mayo? Later, the duo investigate a murder in a well-heeled cul-de-sac.
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Dl Gil Mayo:
DS Alex Jones:
DC Martin Kite:
4/5. Borneo's Deer Cave is a daytime retreat for five million bats, whose droppings support an entire community of creatures. Caverns in other countries harbour swiftlets who build nests from just saliva, and troglodyte animals that never see the light of day, such as the Texas cave salamander and Thailand's cave angel. David Attenborough narrates.
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Alison Graham's column: page 32; What PD James is watching: page 32; Letters: page
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Isobel Lang.
Labour is pouring billions of extra pounds into the NHS, yet the service is Â£800m in the red, as posts are frozen, redundancies loom and patients take to the streets to protest. Ministers point the finger at a handful of inept managers, but where does the blame really lie? John Ware reports.
(Signed repeat on Thursday at 1.15am)
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(Note: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change)
Thoughtful romantic drama starring Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas.
Congresswoman Kay Chandler and Washington DC detective Dutch Van Den Broeck lead seemingly unconnected lives until their spouses die in a plane crash. Could they have been romantically involved? Review page 48.
Followed by Weatherview
Dutch van den Broeck:
Holby City Elliot battles his fears.
2.10 A Passion for Churches 5/12. A church near Glasgow which could be turned into flats.
2.40 Accidents Can Happen 1/10. Nadia Sawalha visits homes hit by floods in Boscastle.