Presented by Jules Botfield and Michael Peschardt.
Shown yesterday at 10.15pm
Peter Sissons talks to key people in the news and reviews the Sunday papers. With 9.00 News and, later, Weather.
Editor Paul Harvey
The parents of a brain-damaged student explain why they ignored suggestions to abandon their son, and R&B singer Alexander O'Neal performs live in the studio. Series producer Emma Worthington
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With over 16,000 species on the red list, what does "endangered" really mean? Includes Weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs Countryfile Summer Diaries continues tomorrow at 9.45am on BBC1
Rene harbours illicit goods.
Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Trawling for treasures at Newark Fair, Nottinghamshire.
Hyacinth volunteers to clean the church in lieu of a fancy holiday. Writer Roy Clarke
My Baby Is Out of This World A rock star's wife improbable pregnancy claims complicate the investigation of her husband's murder.
A father wants to soundproof the basement for his son's band. Director Andrew Pearce ; Series producer Andrew Snowball
For cast see page 28
Will weekends in the country become a font of tranquillity for a "gangless" Lionel and Jean?
Writer Bob Larbey
In Lincoln, Aled Jones meets the carpenter who arrived on a day trip and ended up making the Cathedral his life's work. Plus music from Hayley Westenra.
Things To Do When Your Wife Runs off with a Turkish Waiter. Barry and Glenda are alarmed when a man they met on holiday turns up on their doorstep.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Glad Tidings We Bring. Susan Harper seizes an opportunity to take control of Ben in this Christmas special of the sitcom from 2004. Writer Andrea Solomons
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer John Bartlett
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
7/8. Deborah is shocked when Rick asks for a divorce, and Anna's first day back proves to be a difficult one.
Writer Caroline Mitchell ; Producer Hugh Warren
Director Susan Tully www.bbc.co.uk/drama
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
1/3. A reluctant Murphy is lured back into the murky world of undercover policing. His targets? The notorious Johnstone brothers - two ex-paramilitaries from Northern Ireland whom the police suspect are setting up a criminal empire in Leicester. The mini-series continues tomorrow at the same time, and contains violent scenes, strong language and nudity.
Writer Allan Cubitt ; Producer Stephen Smallwood
Director Colm McCarthy Behind the scenes: page 6
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with Susan Powell.
3/3. In the final episode, the funny femmes talk about their comedy personas, heckling, old age, and whether or not being a comedian is a "proper job". With contributions from, amongst others,
Julie Walters , Whoopi Goldberg , Joan Rivers and Helen Lederer. Contains strong language.
Director/Producer Jon Blair Julie Walters 's Big Break: page 31
Epic drama starring Brad Pitt , Anthony Hopkins , Aidan Quinn and Julia Ormond. Three Montana brothers' lives are irreversibly changed after the arrival of the beautiful Susannah, and their decision to join the army to fight in the First World War. Review page 44. Director Edward Zwick (1994, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Blizzard: Race to the Pole 3/6. The teams have to scale up two crevasse-ridden glaciers.
2.00 Holby City Matt's first day is a disaster.
3.00 Sorted 6/6. Barmpot is threatened. (HD)