Presented by Jules Botfield and Charlie Stayt.
Shown yesterday at 10.15pm
Peter Sissons talks to key people in the news and reviews the papers. With 9.00 News and, later, Weather. Editor Paul Harvey
Sally Magnusson asks if sectarianism is still evident among Glasgow's football fans, violinist Sophie Solomen performs live, and studio guests tackle the week's big ethical questions. Series producer Emma Worthington
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Thomas Hardy 's Dorset, horse trekking in the Brecon Beacons and the impact of low rainfall and high temperatures. Includes Weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs A new series, Countryfile Summer Diaries, starts at 10am tomorrow
Private Geerhart aims to marry Herr Flick and spy on his work. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Seeking profitable antiques at
Ardingly fain W Sussex.
Hyacinth plans to help Richard make the most of his retirement. Writer Roy Clarke
Art Deco treasures raise funds to revamp a cloakroom.
Producer Gill Waddington
For cast see page 28
The trials of life for black, brown and polar bears.
Series producer Nigel Pope
William Roache appeals on behalf of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust, a charity for retinoblastoma, a cancer affecting children under five. Repeated with donation details on Wednesday BBC2 at 12.15pm
Aled Jones is at Chatsworth
House, Derbyshire, for a look back at the best solo performances of the last series. (5)
Barry Becomes a Psychopathic Killer but Only Part-time When Smiler's pursued by a gold digger, Truly comes up with a few radical solutions to shake her off.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
3/3. The resurrection was hailed as the miracle of miracles and became a pillar of the Christian faith. But why? Rageh Omaar travels from Jerusalem to Rome to find out exactly what Jesus's return from the dead meant to his followers and how the idea transformed an obscure Jewish sect into a world religion. Series producer Jean-Claude Bragard
Executive producers Alan Bookbinder and Saul Nasse
With Simon McCoy. Regional News
Then Weather with Dan Corbett. (5)
6/8. Chaos reigns at Chevin Chase as decorators and gardeners battle for space with dogs and rabbits. The vets are distracted though, as Sarah receives news from her ex, Rick reaches the end of his tether with Deborah and Matt gives advice on the birds and bees.
Writer Kay Mellor ; Producer Hugh Warren : Director Juliet May
The Meaning of Death 1/2. Nikki experiences a crisis of faith, while the team investigates a series of apparently motiveless murders. Contains scenes some might find upsetting. Concludes tomorrow, 9pm.
Writer Rhidian Brook ; Producer Tim Bradley ; Director Bryn Higgis (RMS) www.bbc.co.uk/silentwitness
DCI Bob Mumford:
Dr Francis Sykes:
With Simon McCoy.
Weather with Darren Bett. (5)
2/3. Are funny women attractive to the opposite sex? Or do men prefer girls who don't overshadow them in the humour stakes? Jo Brand , Kathy Burke , Phyllis Diller , Jenny Eclair and Joan Rivers are among those swapping experiences with Dawn French.
Director/Producer Jon Blair
Bittersweet romantic comedy examining the complex love lives of a group of single Londoners whose paths cross thanks to a mysterious taxi driver. Review page 42.
Director David Kane (2000, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Second cab driver:
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Blizzard: Race to the Pole 1/6. A re-enactment of the 1911 race to the South Pole.
Will Connie stay at Holby?
5/6. Charlie rekindles his affair with Kathy, but is torn when Abigail offers him a new life. (HD)