Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
With Andrew Marr. includes
9.00 News; later. Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
A live service for Pentecost
Sunday from Wesley's Chapel in London, with the Rev
Dr Leslie Griffiths. Hymns include Spirit of Faith Come Down and 0 Thou Who Camest from Above. Director David Kremer ; Producer
Michaela Strachan goes in search of Ratty, Mole, Toad and Badger on the Thames. Plus
Weather for the Week Ahead.
Senes producer Sarah Gibbs
The Ice Cream Truck. The British airmen are stuck in a drain.
Writers Paul Adam and Jeremy Lloyd
Hyacinth Tees Off. The Buckets are invited on a golfing weekend. Writers Roy Clarke
Two sisters need to raise around E:500 for a party.
The Dying Game. An accountant is murdered.
The hero has a fight with the pigs when he tries to get some apples.
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For Pentecost Sunday, Diane Louise Jordan visits Coventry Cathedral. Hymns include
Meekness and Majesty and For
This I Have Jesus.
3/3. Rolf Harris sets three artists the task of painting naturalist
Bill Oddie , but which portrait will he take home? Bill Oddie co-hosts Springwatch, which returns tomorrow at 8pm on BBC2
From the original 13 strangers, who found themselves on a island off the coast of New Zealand, only six remain. Danny Wallace announces the result of the viewers' vote and reveals the name of the winning castaway as the social experiment draws to a close. Series producer Sebastian Grant ; Exec producer Jeremy Mills Castaway Exposed follows on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/castaway
After the programme. digital viewers can watch an interview with the Castaway winner and highlights of Danny's Diaries
Michael Aspel and the experts travel to Woburn
Abbey in Bedfordshire where their finds include a washing bowl for beards and a portrait of a cat. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer
Christopher Lewis BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price r3.30
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
Ever since the Lusitania, the most glamorous ocean liner on the Atlantic, was torpedoed without warning by a German U-boat on 7 May 1915 en route from
Liverpool to New York, controversy has surrounded her demise. This dramatised documentary ponders whether she was as innocent a target as she seemed.
Writer Sarah Williams ; Executive producers Tom Brisley and Julian Ware : Director Christopher Spencer (HD) Behind the scenes: page 12; Moment of the week: page 65
Election. It's local election time in Dibley and Geraldine finds she is a popular candidate. Writer Richard Curtis : Director Dewi Humphreys
Producer Jon Plowman
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary.
2/22; series three. Four Dreams 2/2. Allison comes closer to interpreting how her recurrent dreams relate to a series of killings, while the purpose of Clay's stay eventually becomes clear.
2/7. White Light, White Heat: Art Rock. In the late
1960s, rock entered an era of experimentation and psychedelia. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 9.05pm on BBC2 www.radiotimes.com/rocksurvey
Comedy starring Hugh Laurie.
Bank clerk Raymond finds solace from his dreary existence as a dance instructor. Review page 57.
Director Christopher Monger (2001, 15) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Kyla has a surprise visitor.
2.40 Antiques Roadshow Kelvingrove Museum.
3.30 Missing 1/10. A teacher's 2006 disappearance.