Presented by Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull.
With Andrew Marr. Includes
9.00 News; later, Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Chris de Burgh discusses his spiritual journey and his music, while Radio 1 DJ Nihal ponders the number of Christian acts enjoying success in the pop charts. Aki Nawaz presents. Series producer Emma Worthington
Exec producer Chris Loughlin CONTACT: email heavena>bbc.co.uk or text HEV to [number removed] (standard rate)
John Craven is in Yorkshire for one of the world's toughest cycle races. And a look at how deep-bottomed trawlers harm cold-water corals. Plus the results of the Countryfile Photographic competition. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs
Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including News at 12.00.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Paul Siegert (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor James Stephenson
Fanny and Leclerc's wedding coincides with a rescue.
Writers Richard Crofts and Jeremy Lloyd
Hyacinth has plans for Richard.
Writer Roy Clarke
For cast see page 38
Terry Wogan presents.
CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org; call [number removed](local rate); or write to POV, BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham Bl 1RF
The chat show host traces the many reinventions of the folklore hero, from medieval troublemaker to noble protector of the poor. On location in Hungary he meets the cast of BBC's drama Robin Hood, which continues next Saturday.
Producer Tom Webber
2/4. Jane has a rival in love.
Episode three is at 9pm.
Shown last Sunday November's issue of Homes & Antiques magazine includes a feature on the locations used for Jane Eyre. On sale 4 October. £3.30
Diane Louise Jordan joins the crowds at the annual Spring Harvest festival for a feast of contemporary Christian music. Hymns include Here I Am To
Worship, King of Kings Majesty and In Christ Alone. Producer R Medwyn Hughes; Editor Hugh Faupel
Among the gems unearthed at Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire is a mill clock which measured both time and the efficiency of the workers. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Darren Jordon. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Alex Deakin.
New series 1/6. Naturalist Steve Leonard undertakes some of the most spectacular and gruelling journeys in nature, following animals on their epic migrations. In the Footsteps of the Ice Bear. A polar bear mother follows the retreating ice - and the seals she must prey on to feed her cub - thousands of miles north. Series producer Martin Hughes-Games Moment of the week: page 59; The Inside Story, page 68
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
3/4. Jane is surprised by a marriage proposal, but a terrible secret from the past threatens her happiness.
DRAMA OF THE WEEK Jane Eyre 9.00pm BBC1
Call me a romantic fool (go on, I dare you), but I was a puddle halfway through this penultimate episode of what's turned out to be a wonderful dramatisation of the Charlotte Bronte classic. And it was all thanks to a lovely scene that doubtless fulfilled the wishes of not just me, but of every dreamy female in the audience. If you've read the book, you'll know what I'm talking about; if you haven't, let's just say that Mr Rochester and Jane reach a new, deep understanding. In a field. In a thunderstorm. Aaaah. It might leave you feeling that at long last they will fulfil their destiny. But not so fast. There's still the small matter of the mad woman in the attic and the fact that Mr Rochester hasn't been entirely honest with young Jane, who is about to face a crushing and dreadful disappointment. By the way, this is perfect family fare, but it's worth pointing out to parents that there's the briefest of sex scenes, in flashback, which may involve you diverting for a few seconds the attention of very young family members. (Alison Graham)
Sir George Lynn:
With Darren Jordon.
Weather with Darren Bett.
The Price of Blood. John Sweeney investigates the story of Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell 's estranged husband David Mackenzie Mills - a tale of mystery payments, police raids and bad blood which sparked the biggest public health investigation in Italian history. Producer Elena Cosentino ; 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
Bittersweet period romantic drama starring Richard Gere and Jodie Foster. Two years after the American Civil War, Jack Sommersby returns home seemingly changed for the better. As he's been away seven years, his wife and others set aside suspicions that he's an impostor. Review page 51. Director Jon Amiel (1993, 12)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Who Do You Think You Are? 1/8. Barbara Windsor discovers she's related to a famous painter.
1.50 Holby City As her illness worsens, Gina asks Connie to help her arrange a dignified death.
2.50 Antiques Roadshow A wristwatch valued at E20,000, rare Lalique glass and a Doctor Who script.