Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
With Andrew Marr. Includes
9.00 News; later, Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Guests discuss whether it is right to teach creationism in school. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Exec producer Chris Loughlin
The team head to Burns country to celebrate Scotland's famous son. 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
René is reunited with an old flame who has an incendiary temper. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Omnibus edition from Walford.
For cast see page 33
Ballerina Darcey Bussell begins «Mthe Tchaikovsky Experience
Cn season with the story of one of EDthe most popular ballets.
Extracts from the Kirov's classic production illustrate how romantic music combines with choreography to bring the tale to life. Swan songs: page 22
Darcey Bussell introduces a version of the tale based on the famous production by the Kirov Ballet. Russian maestro Valery Gergiev conducts, with Ulyana Lopatkina in the dual roles of Odette and Odile. (HD)
Tchaikovsky Masterclasses: Swan Lake can be seen on BBC4 at 11.50pm Swan songs: page 22
Tess Daly appeals on behalf of Age Concern.
DONATIONS to: [address removed], call [number removed], or online at: www.[address removed]
Repeated Tue 130pm on BBC2
Sally Magnusson introduces a Scottish Big Sing for Burns Night, with tenor Thomas Fleming , massed choirs and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Hymns include Abide with Me and All over the World. Director R Medwyn Hughes; Producer James Hunter
2/8. Artist Neil finds himself on cloud nine when he is paired up with bubbly single mum Ailidh.
Director Anne Backhouse ; Series producer Sallie Clement
212. The Crossing. The great wildebeest migration rftn reaches Kenya's Masai Mara, where the river presents
a challenge for the calf, as crocodiles target the weak.
Director/Producer John Downer
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
The future of our environment is one of today's most hotly debated issues, but what will climate change mean for Britain? David Attenborough,
Kate Humble and Matt Allwright attempt to answer these questions as they reveal the results of an experiment designed to predict the 21st-century's weather. Hotter summers might sound appealing to some, but flooding and damage to the ecosystem are likely to have a more profound effect.
Producer Paul Bradshaw
Executive producer Phil Dolling
INFORMATION: for the experiment results, plus latest news and guides on climate change, visit www.bbc.co.uk/climatechange.
For free Open University guide to Climate Change call [number removed] Flood warning: page 29
3/6. 1/2. When two long-dead sexually conjoined bodies fall through the ceiling of a former bank after being disturbed by builders, a gold ingot found at the scene suggests a connection with another cold case. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
For more cast see Monday Brief encounter: page 57
Det Supt Peter Boyd:
Dr Grace Foley:
Dr Eve Lockhart:
Dl Spencer Jordan:
DC Stella Goodman:
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
2/3. Kid's Stuff. Celebrities including John Lydon and Kelly Holmes take a look at childhood beliefs.
Director/Producer Mary Ramsay
Adrian Chiles is joined by Alan Hansen and Lee Dixon , whose former club Arsenal entertained league leaders Manchester United in today's top Premiership clash. Also featuring action from Wigan Athletic v Everton. Producer Phil Sibson ; Editor Mark Demuth
. Eccentric comedy starring Dan Aykroyd ,
Walter Matthau and Charles Grodin. A conman escapes from an prison mental facility and successfully assumes the identity of a Beverly Hills psychiatrist. Review p46. Director Michael Ritchie (1988,15) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Sam asks Chrissie to dinner.
2.30 What I'd Really Like to Do A pilot.
3.15 Extreme Dreams with Ben Fogle Five contestants attempt to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.