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Editor Barney Jones
Body Shop founder Anita Roddick talks ethics, while Ed Stourton contemplates the quiet life. Plus a report on the American prisons run by evangelical Christians.
Series producer Abigail Saxon
The Gower Peninsula in South
Wales celebrates 50 years as an area of outstanding beauty, while Charlotte Smith investigates the French poultry industry. includes Weather for the week ahead.
Jon Sopel and the team's unique view of politics. Incl News at 12.00.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Paul Siegert (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor James Stephenson
Can Wallace and Gromit foil the sinister plans of a criminally minded penguin?
Lyrical animated musical drama.
When his father is arrested and mother killed, Quasimodo is raised in Notre Dame cathedral's bell tower. Review page 46.
Directors Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise
(1996, U) And Don't miss...: p43; Film Trivia: p55
For cast see page 33
Helena Bonham Carter appeals on behalf of the National Autistic Society. Plus charity news. Rptd Wednesday 120pm BBC2
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Eamonn Holmes with viewers' comments on BBC TV. CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org; call [number removed](local rate): or write to POV, BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1RF
Aled Jones counts down the nation's top ten favourite hymns as voted for by viewers.
A Victorian multi-purpose penknife and a miniature theatre are amongst the treasures unearthed on a 2003 visit to Clitheroe, Lancashire. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michete Burgess Exec producer Christopher Lewis Homes & Antiques magazine: June issue out on 3 May, price E3.30
New series 1/3. Claude Monet 's recollections of his friendship with fellow artists Manet, Degas and Cezanne begin this sumptuous dramatised history of the Impressionist movement. Their paintings are so familiar to our eyes, but they caused riots when they first appeared in Paris in the late 19th century.
Writer Sarah Woods ; Series producer Mary Downes
Director Tim Dunn www.bbc.co.uk/arts Lasting impressions: page 24; Whose chest is best?: page 59
Old Claude Monet:
Matthew Amroliwala. Regional News
Weather with Dan Corbett.
8/8. Alex is offered a job as a detective inspector in London, but will she take the promotion?
Writer Alistair McGowan ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Jonathan Fox Bassett www.bbc.co.uk/drama
DI Gil Mayo:
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False Flag. Who is the skeletal inhabitant of a car abandoned in a disused garage - and how is his murder linked to the assassination of a government minister 25 years ago? Continues at 10.15pm.
Writer Stephen Davis ; Producer Richard Burrell
Director Suri Krishnamma VIDEO Plus+ code for 9.00-11.20pm (non-PDC)
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Presented by Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
In the concluding part, a former army officer promises Boyd explosive new evidence.
Feel-good comedy starring Steve Martin. An overly anxious father is determined his children have a better childhood than him, but learns parents' expectations for their offspring rarely match reality. Review pq 46.
Director Ron Howard 11989,15)
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Holby City Tricia hides the truth.
2.20 A Passion for Churches 10/12. The tiny Suffolk church of All Saints, Shelley.
2.50 The Armstrongs 4/3. Wry docusoap. (SD
3.20 Stately Suppers 6/10. The Peak District. (SU