Presented by Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
With Andrew Marr. Includes
9.00 News; later, Weather. Editor Barney Jones www.bbc.co.uk/sundayam
A chat with actress Brenda Blethyn , music from Deacon Blue , an exploration of the influence of Jewish culture on popular music Plus a look at the introduction of "happiness lessons" in school. Series producer Emma Worthington
Exec producer Chris Loughlin CONTACT: email firstname.lastname@example.org or text HEV to [number removed] (standard rate)
How hedgehogs can help organic gardeners and a report on plans on the Isle of Lewis for Europe's biggest wind farm. 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
Michelle has a daring escape plan. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Hyacinth decides to buy a country retreat - but her plans go awry. Writer Roy Clarke
A Passion for Murder. A love triangle becomes lethal.
For cast see page 38
Monty Don appeals on behalf of Thrive. Plus a look back at 20 years of appeals.
Repeated Wed 1pm BBC2 DONATIONS: call free on [number removed]; send cheques (incl name and address, payable to Thrive), to Thrive. [address removed]; visit www.thrive.org.uk
Eamonn Holmes 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 B1 1RF
3/4. Jane is taken aback by a proposal. The series ends 9pm.
Shown last Sunday
Aled Jones is in Manchester to ask Premiership goalkeeper Tim Howard how he copes with stardom and city busker Krystina Myles reveals why she'll be touring with soft-rocking troubadour
Chris de Burgh. Hymns include Immortal Invisible, Christ Triumphant and How Great Thou Art.
Producer David Taviner ; Editor Hugh Faupel
Among the items uncovered in Bishop Auckland in County Durham are a set of skeleton keys used for a daring PoW escape in the Second World War and a simple jug found on a rubbish tip valued close to £10,000. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw BBC magazine: Homes & Antiques, new edition out now price E3.30
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts. (5)
2/6. The Whales' Tale. Grey whales undertake the longest migration on the planet - a staggering 12,000 miles - and, in the second part of this spectacular series, Steve Leonard is going with them. But their journey involves encounters with killer whales and efforts to dodge fishing nets.
Producer Simon Roberts ; Series producer Martin Hughes-Games
Signed repeat next Wednesday
4/4. Jane begins a new life with St John Rivers, who makes a tempting offer that will fulfil her lifelong-ambition to travel. Can she leave Rochester for ever?
DRAMA Jane Eyre 9.00pm BBC1
Passion and pyromania - Jane Eyre has it all. In the final episode (sob) of this fabulous dramatisation, Rochester (the lovely Toby Stephens) makes his most profound declaration of love to Jane (the equally lovely Ruth Wilson). It's a splendid scene, full of unspoken sexual longing and a lot of kissing. Alas, it's too little and too late, as it comes shortly after the terrible outcome of last week's episode when the happy couple's world was sundered. Thus Jane leaves Thornfield Hall to mope around the moors in her bonnet, until kindly parson St John Rivers and his excitable sisters find her. She makes a new life until, one day, the wind cries "Jane"... (Alison Graham)
St John Rivers:
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with John Hammond.
When Cops Kill. New scientific evidence reveals how, in split-second life-and-death situations, even the most highly trained officers can get things wrong - with tragic results. In the age of the suicide bomber, are more mistakes inevitable? Graeme Mclagan reports. Editor Sandy Smith Signed
www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Seedy crime thriller directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. Maverick San Francisco cop
Harry Callahan 's unorthodox methods of policing have again incurred the wrath of both his superiors and the city's mayor. While things cool off, Callahan is assigned to investigate a series of brutal murders in a small seaside town. Review page 52.
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Who Do You Think You Are? 2/8. Robert Lindsay returns home to the small industrial town of Ilkeston in Derbyshire to explore his roots.
Connie can't help but get involved in Gina's plight, while Ric orders a cover-up.
Finds include an original script written by Ronnie Barker and a painting, donated to charity, worth a cool £60,000.