Presented by Louise Minchin and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.15pm
With Andrew Marr. Includes 9.00 News; later, Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Ex-boy band member Simon Webbe talks about how the Christian faith informs his music, plus a report from America about the Mormons' influence on US politics.
Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Exec producer Chris Loughlin
Reports on the caves of Hope
Valley in Derbyshire and unsightly roadside signs. 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
Omnibus. Continues at 5.10pm.
For cast see page 34
Wales v Ireland
Coverage of the Six Nations clash at the Millennium Stadium (kick-off 3.00). The hosts disappointed in defence of their title last year and were easily beaten by Ireland along the way.
Eddie O'Sullivan 's visitors, meanwhile, are favourites to take the spoils from this encounter as they try to live up to their billing as potential champions. John Inverdale hosts. (HD) Also at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers can access alternative commentary, highlights and a post-match forum via the red button
Rugby's coming home: page 22
An exploration of the reality of pregnancy, birth and parenthood for the elephant seal.
The omnibus edition concludes. For cast see page 34
Jonathan Edwards visits England's finest churches over the next three weeks, starting with London's St Sepulchre-without-Newgate.
Hymns include Jerusalem and My Song /s Love Unknown.
3/8. Rachel fears her shyness will ruin any chance of romance as she faces two dates in one day.
Producer Jennifer Fazey ; Series producer Sallie Clement
The team return to Holkham Hall, where they cast their eyes over relics used during the Charge of the Light Brigade as well as an Art Deco dressing table. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: the March issue features a fantastic competition to find the Roadshow's most loyal viewer. On sale 1 February, price E3.30
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin. (5)
New series 1/6. Conor Mullen and Stanley Townsend star as rival racehorse trainers in a drama series set against the backdrop of Ireland's racing world. Struggling handler Aidan Docherty pulls out of selling his stables when two things re-ignite his equestrian passion - a son he never knew existed and a colt that could revive his desire to train.
Writer Robert Jones ; Producer Peter Norris
Director Simon Massey (HD) Behind the scenes: page 6; The Inside Story: page 66
5/6. Double Bind 1/2. A man convicted of murdering his parents escapes from a psychiatric unit and directs a family to unearth a body in their
Hampstead garden. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Richard Warlow ; Producer Colin Wratten
Director Andy Hay For further cast see Monday
Det Supt Peter Boyd:
Dr Grace Foley:
Dr Eve Lockhart:
Dl Spencer Jordan:
DC Stella Goodman:
Dr Caroline Ritter:
Dr Raymond Parke:
With Mishal Husain
Then Weather with Darren Bett. (5)
Engaging drama, written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff. A PR consultant is becoming increasingly disillusioned with work and is losing touch with his daughter. But a chance meeting with a grieving mother sparks a relationship, plunging his world into disarray.
Producer Nicholas Brown
Blunt has the edge: page 57
Patrick Moore celebrates the success of Martian rovers Spirit and Opportunity. Exec producer William Lyons ; Series producer Jane Fletcher
Extended repeat tomorrow at 7pm on BBC4 Patrick Moore answers One Final Question: page Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Can Gerry Robinson Fix the NHS? 1/3. The businessman tries to help the health service.
1/5. A team of wildlife scientists journeys deep into the jungles of Borneo.