Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Andrew Marr 's weekly review With
9.00 News and, later, Weather
Editor Barney Jones
Why are advertising agencies increasingly using religion to sell goods, and is the production of Halal meat cruel to animals?
Pus Fame Academy coach
David Grant joins Gloria in the studio.
Series producer Emma Worthington
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven goes behind the scenes at the Great Yorkshire Show, and with the nuclear industry at a crucial turning point.
Miriam O'Reilly reports on how we deal with radioactive waste Incl Weather for the week ahead. Series producer Sarah Gibbs ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including News at 12.00.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Paul Siegert (South East); Etholle George (East).
Editor James Stephenson
Hyacinth's plan to take Daddy on a Picnic backfires.
Writer Roy Clarke
A grand is needed to pen in two boisterous terriers and repair the garden they destroyed.
Dr Mark Sloan investigates a mysterious car crash.
For cast see page 23
A look back at last week's action in the Masai Mara.
Big Cat - the Big Story, Wednesday at 8pm
Anthony Head appeals on behalf of Riding for the Disabled. DONATIONS: send cheques to Riding for the Disabled, [address removed], BBC Lifeline Appeal; call free on [number removed]; visit www.riding-for-disabled.org.uk
Rptd BBC2 Wednesday, 1pm
The National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire is Aled Jones 's first stop as he presents highlights of the past year's songfests. Hymns include Jerusalem, Thine Be the Glory and Great Is Thy Faithfulness.
Happy Birthday Robin Hood. Billy pays an ill-advised tribute to his famous ancestor.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Michael Aspel and co visited the spectacular
Dunrobin Castle in the Scottish Highlands in to uncover such choice antiquities as a French automaton doll and a highly unpredictable violin.
Producer Michele Burgess Exec producer Christopher Lewis
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Alex Deakin.
New series 1/8. Kay Mellor 's frothy new drama set in a market town veterinary practice. Pregnant vet Anna Williams 's life is turned upside down when her sister arrives from London carrying a painful secret.
Producer Hugh Warren ; Director Jamie Payne Family united: page 17
Ian Fraser Drew:
1/5. The dark pathology drama returns.
1/2. When a boat carrying illegal immigrants is found wrecked on the Thames, the team join an investigation into a people-trafficking operation gone wrong. Contains scenes some viewers may find upsetting.
(Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.)
Det Supt Vijay Ashar:
DCI Helen Radley:
Dr Luca Preka:
Chung Hoi Wai:
Tim Kallis James:
Presented by Jane Hill.
Weather with Helen Willetts.
Do You Want to Be a Millionaire? Fraudsters have been exploiting loopholes in the European Single
Market to steal two billion pounds a year from British taxpayers. In an eye-opening report, Justin Rowlatt confronts one such ne'er-do-well, a plumber who siphoned away an incredible £38m in just six months. Producer Andrew Bell Signed 12.25am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Thrilling futuristic adventure starring Kevin Costner and Dennis Hopper. The polar ice caps have melted, causing the world to be flooded. The Mariner, a loner who has adapted to the new world, searches for the mythical Dryland. Review page 40.
Director Kevin Reynolds (1995, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City A charity dinner turns disastrous.
2.10 Big Cat Week 1/5. Lions roam the wild in a week-long return to Kenya's exciting Masai Mara.
2.40 Leave No Trace 1/5. A nightly look at how forensic science is used to crack unsolved crimes.
3.10 Return to Tuscany The students prepare to cook their final meal in the much loved Italian region.