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Decian Curry debates the big religious stories of the week and author Armistead Maupin talks about his Episcopalian beliefs. With music from Thea Gilmore. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
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John Craven and Michaela Strachan explore Jersey, Adam Henson checks out the horse racing in Sligo, Ireland.
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Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Includes News at 12.00.
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Flight to Geneva. Rene and Edith are awarded medals by Churchill. Writers Paul Adam and Jeremy Lloyd
Two friends sell their jewellery to fund a lavish day out.
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New series 1/10. US version of Strictly Come Dancing. Among the celebrities taking part are charity campaigner
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Billy Ray Cyrus.
Trevor McDonald appeals on behalf of the Depaul Trust, a charity offering support to homeless young people.
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Looking at some unforgettable moments, with Aled Jones in the Lake District, including the annual Big Sing. Hymns include For All the Saints and All Things Bright and Beautiful.
New series 1/10. Doggy is disappointed his second stag night might not be as exciting as his first, but help is near.
6/7. Montacute. Exhibitors compete at Montacute
House in Somerset to win a place in the grand final. Series producer Michael Mannes ; Executive producer
David Young www.bbc.co.uk/gardening Alan Titchmarsh 's garden jobs: page 30
With Louise Minchin. Regional News
Then Weather with Jay Wynne.
6/12. With Adrian and Sarah back from honeymoon, Anna ensures her betraval is keot secret.
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RT CHOICE 6/6. The South: Dreams of Tomorrow. David Dimbleby explores the suburban explosion of the 1920s and 1930s, including "Tudorbethan" houses and sumptuous cinemas. Britain in Pictures follows on BBC4 and Building Britain begins tomorrow at 7.30pm. Director/Producer Kate Misrahi (HD) Digital viewers can access a photo gallery of images submitted by BBC Viewers by pressing red
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With Louise Minchin.
Then Weather with John Hammond. (5)
9/22. Better Off Dead. Allison dreams about a strange friendship between two recently murdered ghosts, but when she tries to help one of them solve the murder, he declines her invitation. (5)
Psychological thriller starring Dean Cain. When Jeremy Stanton loses his bearings in the desert between
California and Nevada, he becomes disorientated by an unending maze of highways. Review page 39.
Director Darren Lemke (2005) Vote for your favourite British film and win an iPod nano at www.radiotimes.com/movie-survey Followed by Weatherview
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Arena: Bob Marley - Exodus 77 The reggae star's impact on global culture. Postponed from 3 July
1.55 Holby City Elliot receives a complaint.
2.55 The Great British Village Show From Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire.