Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Shown yesterday at 10.10pm
As debate intensifies over his remaining period of office,
Andrew Marr speaks with Prime Minister Tony Blair. Plus a review of the Sunday papers. Including
9.00 News and, later, Weather. Editor Barney Jones
Actor Rupert Everett talks about life in Hollywood, and Radio 1 DJ Nihal discovers how religion continues to inspire chart music. Plus, a look towards the Muslim festival of Ramadan.
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Find out why Berwick-upon-Tweed is the most disputed border town in Britain. Includes
Weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs
Jon Sopel and the team present their unique view of politics. Including News at 12.00.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Paul Siegert (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor James Stephenson
The British airmen need rescuing. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
A punk band hope to raise
E1,800 to fund a European tour. Director/Producer John Widdup
Hyacinth plans a nautical supper. Writer Roy Clarke
For cast see page 34
Jean is shocked to discover that Judith is dating a married man. Writer Bob Larbey
My Will Be Done. Nick starts work as an undertaker.
Writer Andrea Solomons
Terry Wogan with viewers' comments on BBC TV. CONTACT: email email@example.com; call [number removed](local rate): or write to POV. BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham Bl 1RF
Jonathan Edwards visits Chelmsford in Essex to explore the Harvest Festival's significance. Music from Heather Small and the Cantate Youth Choir.
New series Michael Aspel and the team descend on Gloucester Cathedral to inspect such intriguing finds as a wristwatch valued at F20,000, rare examples of Lalique glass and an early Doctor Who script.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Philip Avery.
Different Worlds 2/2. In the concluding part of this curtain-raising new series double-hander, the ward is in chaos following the school bus accident, and tensions run high between Harry and new doctor Somnang. Meanwhile in Cambodia, Abs and Comfort help with a difficult birth, and Charlie
Confides in Duffy. For cast see Saturday Derek Thompson 's diary: page 8
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
New series 1/4. Ruth Wilson and Toby Stephens star in this passionate new serial adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's much-adored classic. Orphaned as a child, young Jane is brought up in the cruel and loveless household of her aunt, where she suffers years of torment before being sent to the equally harsh Lowood School. At 19, Jane finally leaves the dark memories of her past behind to embark upon a career as a governess at Thornfield Hall, home of the alluring and unpredictable Edward Rochester. But her newfound peaceful existence is soon shattered by strange events in the night.
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
Jane Eyre 9.00pm BBC1
Dramatising as beloved a novel as Jane Eyre is fraught with pitfalls, given the potential audience of tutting malcontents watching like hawks for every painful snip at Charlotte Bronte's text. Now, I know it's only episode one, but so far this appears to be a thoroughly sympathetic and engaging version of the mighty classic. All right, so little orphan Jane's early years with her horrible aunt, then at the grim Lowood School are dealt with in the first, brisk 15 minutes. And poor Helen Burns, Jane's best friend, is quickly disposed of after the rapid onset of a particularly nasty case of Costume Drama Cough. But that's fair enough; we need to get grown-up Jane (the excellent Ruth Wilson) to Thornfield Hall and her fateful meeting with Mr Rochester (a similarly compelling Toby Stephens). Already the sexual tension between the two is sizzling, and the eerie atmosphere is building nicely, thanks to those strange noises coming from the attic...
Young Jane Eyre:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with John Hammond.
New series Has It Got to Be Gordon? After the furore over Gordon Brown 's recent meetings with Tony Blair , Andrew Marr speaks to friends, foes and insiders to find out more about the would-be prime minister. Just how different would his leadership be? Producer Tristan Ouinn ; Editor Sandy Smith Signed repeat on Thursday at 12.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
r Easy-going comedy starring Goldie Hawn and Chris Sarandon. After accidentally saving the life of an important Arab diplomat, a cocktail waitress achieves national fame and is drafted into the US government's Department of Protocol. Review page 50.
Director Herbert Ross (1984, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
AI-Qaeda: Time to Talk? Journalist Peter Taylor examines the West's battle against al-Qaeda.
1.30 Holby City Lola's determined to win custody of Leanne but must persuade Ric to help her.