Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
With Andrew Marr. Includes
9.00 News; later, Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Gloria meets journalist Lauren Booth , while soul legend Alexander O'Neal discusses his 20-year musical career.
John Craven celebrates the British countryside's animals in the programme's 900th show, and Adam Henson searches for a unique breed of cattle. Including 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); Laura Bundock (East). Editor James Stephenson
Rene and Edith are awarded medals. Writers Paul Adam and Jeremy Lloyd
Hyacinth volunteers to help with an CAP day-trip to the seaside.
Writer Roy Clarke
For cast see page 37
The artist takes viewers on an autobiographical journey through his life in art, from early portraits of friends and family to his painting of the Queen at Buckingham Palace.
Lemurs. Following an ongoing turf war. (Revised repeat)
1/7. Stuck in the Middle with You. Will Jimmy cope with full-time custody of his kids? With Nicholas Lyndhurst Shown last Friday
Pam Rhodes celebrates the contribution that women make to inspirational Christian music. Hymns all written by women include
Blessed Assurance, Just as I am, and When I Was Lost.
New series 1/8. Eight single men from Devon travel to a remote coastal town in the Scottish Highlands, where they meet a set of ladies looking for romance. During a lively welcome ceilidh, two matchmakers from each community help to break the ice before the first two women set off on their day of dating.
Director Alex Parkinson ; Series producer Sallie Clement The Inside Story: page 66
Unscreened finds from the team's visit to Australia last year, where gems included a sguatter's tool chest and mementos from a visit Down Under by the Beatles. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
With Fiona Bruce. Then Regional News
Followed by Weather with Jay Wynne.
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
1/2. The Journey. "This is the great wildebeest
1 migration as you've never seen it before," states
David Attenborough , as spycams follow over one million of the species and their young making the 2,000-mile round trip across Tanzania's Serengeti and Kenya's Masai Mara. Can they withstand some of nature's most gruelling challenges, such as dust-storms and the biggest crocodiles in Africa?
Director/Producer John Downer Signed repeat Wed (HD) A gnu view: page 20
2/6. Oeus Ex Machina 1/2. A Sudanese presidential candidate goes on hunger strike in protest at the UK's continued refusal to hand back the skull of a 19th-century ruler. Meanwhile, MI6 press Boyd to re-investigate the murder of an Iraqi dissident. Could the two be linked? Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Contains violent images including scenes of torture.
Writer Nicholas Blincoe ; Producer Colin Wratten
Director Andy Hay For more cast see Monday
Det Suot Peter Bovd:
Dr Grace Foley:
Dr Eve Lockhart:
01 Spencer Jordan:
DC Stella Goodman:
With Fiona Bruce.
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
New series1/3. A cast of well-known faces give their very personal answers to the questions we all face. Is That It? John Lydon and Gloria Hunniford , to name a few, ruminate on life and death. Dawn French narrates. Director/Producer Mary Ramsay
Moving drama. Massachusetts, 1973: when their daughter is killed, Ben and JoJo Floss invite the murdered girl's fiance to continue living with them. Review paqe 50.
Director Brad Silberling (2002, 15) See Film Premieres: page 46 Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Mission Africa 1/15. Nick Knowles travels to Kenya to build a game reserve.
1.10 What I'd Really Like to Do Adrian Chiles tries his hand at the most desirable jobs in Britain.
1.55 Extreme Dreams with Ben Foqle Five contestants explore the rainforest of Guyana.