Presented by Noel Thompson and Susanna Reid.
Andrew Marr 's weekly review. With
9.00 News and, later, Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Presenter/actor Matthew Kelly talks openly about his spirituality, and Most Haunted hostYvette Fielding reveals why she believes in ghosts. Plus singer-turned-astronomer Myleene Klass visits Rome to fathom the connection between religion and the stars. Series producer Emma Worthington
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven celebrates Winnie the Pooh's 80th birthday in Ashdown Forest, East Sussex. Plus, should the Government agree to cull badgers in a bid to tackle bovine TB? Includes Weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Two teams search for collectibles to sell at auction.
Camp Dance. Rene and his staff must escape from the PoW camp. Writers David Croft and Martin Dennis
For cast see page 31
The 135th British Open reaches its denouement at the Royal Liverpool Club at Hoylake.
Questions will be answered on what is sure to be a dramatic final day. Can Colin Montgomerie finally end his quest for a Major championship? Will the great
Tiger Woods make it three Open titles? Or perhaps an unheralded player will steal a march in the same manner as Ben Curtis and Todd Hamilton , respective Open champions in 2003 and 2004? With Gary Lineker. Peter Alliss and Ken Brown commentate, plus reports by Hazel Irvine. Highlights are at 10.30pm, BBC2. (5) Radio Five Live has coverage from 1pm
Digital viewers can access up to three screens offering a choice of player groups and daily highlights, plus a full leaderboard service and news section.
Elsewhere, from 1pm, there's live tennis coverage of Great Britain's crucial Davis Cup clash with Israel at Eastbourne
Michael Aspel and co visited Cressing Temple Barns, Essex, in 2003 to uncover an Italian chair by Bugatti, a collection of ventriloquists' dummies, a watercolour by Russell Flint , and a fine Chippendale table.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Exec producer Christopher Lewis
Darren Jordon. Regional News
Weather with Dan Corbett.
2/8. Sarah's family become dependent on her to keep the veterinary practice afloat, as Kay Mellor 's frothy new drama continues. Meanwhile Tom's secret is spiralling out of control as he struggles to meet Fiona's demands, and Deborah is fast becoming overbearing.
Producer Hugh Warren ; Director Jamie Payne
2/5. Terminus 1/2. The team investigate a hit-and-run incident, an arson attack and why a woman collapsed on her hen night. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Jeff Povey ; Producer Tim Bradley ; Director Alrick Riley
The Inside Story: page 60
Detective Inspector David De Rohan:
Sergeant Susan Fenn:
Detective Inspector Angeline Parry:
Presented by Darren Jordon.
Weather with Isobel Lang. (5)
The National Homes Swindle: a Growing Scandal. In March, Panorama revealed that thousands of elderly people had been forced, unlawfully, to sell their homes to pay for their care in a nursing home - for which the NHS should have paid. Not surprisingly, viewer response was remarkable. Tonight, Vivian White follows up some of those who corresponded as he reports on a scandal that shows little signs of abating. Producer Stephen Scott Signed 1.40am NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Sentimental romantic comedy written and directed by Ben Elton, starring Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson. Sam and Lucy Bell's seemingly perfect life lacks just one thing - a baby. As the pair's energetic attempts to conceive falter, Sam decides to write a secret TV screenplay about their exploits. Review page 43.
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Don't Get Done, Get Dom 1/10. Dominic Littlewood resolves red-tape nightmares and retail disputes.
1.25 Holby City Desperate for cash. Matt takes part in a clinical trial. Donna puts her foot in it.
2.25 Sorted 1/6. Bittersweet drama following the lives and careers of six Manchester postal workers. Harry is distraught when his wife is put in a coma.