With Sarah Campbell and Michael Peschardt.
Peter Sissons talks to key people in the news and reviews the Sunday papers. With 9.00 News and, later, Weather.
Editor Paul Harvey
Live from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Gloria Hunniford is joined by comedian Jim Jeffries to debate whether religion should ever be a laughing matter. series producer Emma Worthington
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A look at the traditional British seaside holiday, and an investigation into the dreaded Scottish midge. Includes
Weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs
Hyacinth shelves her plans when Rose starts behaving irresponsibly. Writer Roy Clarke
For cast see page 27
Sue Barker introduces live coverage from Gothenburg as the championships reach their dramatic conclusion. With Paula Radcliffe, Michael Johnson , Colin Jackson and Jonathan Edwards.
2.35 Men's 4x100m final. Can
Britain's Olympic heroes take gold?
2.55 Women's 1500m final.
3.15 Women's 4x400m final.
3.40 Men's 5,000m final.
4.10 Men's 4x400m final, in which Britain defend their European title. Executive producer Helen Kuttner
Executive editor Dave Gordon Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Penny goes into hospital for a routine operation.
Writer Bob Larbey
Aled Jones braves the rides of Alton Towers theme park in Staffordshire to celebrate the contribution children have made to the programme. Featuring performances from the Songs of Praise school choirs of the year and London group Libera.
Highlights of this afternoon's Community Shield match in which Premiership champions Chelsea took on FA Cup winners Liverpool at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. A re-run of the entire game is at 12.30am. England take on Greece on Wednesday at 7.55pm.
2/3. Rageh Omaar explores some of Jesus's more controversial miracles, including the exorcism of a violent man possessed by demons. In a world where a claim of divinity was blasphemous, could Jesus really have believed he was the son of God?
Producer Anna Cox ; Exec producers Alan Bookbinder , Saul Nasse
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Then Weather with Dan Corbett.
5/8. Cows, castrations and kids' birthdays make for a busy weekend, while an unusual pet creates a stir and menopausal Margaret struggles to cope.
Writer Ruth Jones ; Producer Hugh Warren ; Director Juliet May
Bill the postman:
j/5. Schism 1/2. Harry and Nikki are drawn into a lerilous war between a medical research establishment jnd a direct-action qrouD. Concludes tomorrow at 9cm.
Writer Christian Spurrier ; Producer Tim Bradley ; Director
Nicholas Renton www.bbc.co.uk/silentwitness
DCI Bob Mumford:
Dr Harvey Wilson:
Prof Lbnel Clune:
Sir Peter Greenfield:
PC Fraser Caine:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Susan Powell.
New series 1/3. Quickfire insights into the often neglected world of women in comedy begin with Dawn hearing from a host of funny femmes about their childhood experiences. Talking heads include bully-beating Catherine Tate and Linda Smith , school loser Ruby Wax, and quipsters Jo Brand and Kathy Burke - star of This Year's Love, straight after this show. Director/Producer Jon Blair The RT Interview with Dawn French: page 8
Breezy romantic comedy starring Kathy Burke and Ian Hart , following the merry-go-round of relationships experienced by 20-somethings in north London. Review page 40. Director David Kane (1999, 18)
Full coverage of the annual curtain-raiser between Chelsea and Liverpool.
Followed by Weatherview
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Holby City Will Connie return to Michael?
3.15 Sorted 4/6. Jack and Nancy get together.
4.15 Trawlermen 1/5. Rival trawlers fish for prawns.