Presented by Louise Minchin and Charlie Stayt.
Premier League match highlights. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Current affairs show looking at key stories and leading figures in the week's news, with Peter Sissons. Includes News at 9.05. Editors Barney Jones and Paul Harvey
Guest host Declan Curry and the Panel debate this week's big ethical and religious stories and there's music from Jewish band Oi Va Voy. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Exec producer Chris Loughlin
Video podcast available at www.bbc.co.uk/heavenandearth
A special edition in which John Craven and Miriam O'Reilly see how Iceland has made the best of its natural resources. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs Countryfile: the Summer Diaries begins tomorrow at 10am
A man hopes to raise El,500 to soundproof his basement.
Director Andrew Pearce ; Series producer Andrew Snowball
A Quaking in Aspen. Was a widow to blame for her own husband's car crash death?
Cast on Tuesday/Friday
5/10. The US cast of Chicago perform and there's music from Macy Gray as the American version of Strictly Come Dancing continues.
Aled Jones ends his summer highlights tour with a trip to the idyllic church of St Enodoc, which was buried for centuries by the sands of the Cornish coast.
Hymns include Thy Hand, 0 God, Has Guided and Guide Me, 0
Thou Great Jehovah.
Georgina Bouzova appeals on behalf of Interact Worldwide. Repeated Wed 12.40pm BBC2
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With Sophie Raworth. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Jay Wynne.
5/10. Will the Nearest Alien Please Come In? Can a sci-fi addict be convinced that aliens have landed?
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
New series 1/3. The Will to Win. Does a bad start in life scupper your chances of success or can having an inner drive and determination see you through? The psychology is explored as five families strive - in very different circumstances - to give their children the right start. Presented by Professor Robert Winston. Director/Producer Clare Beavis
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11/12. Tom is forced to make promises he can't keep.
Writers Andrew Kirk and Kay Mellor ; Producer Jacinta Peel
Director Ian Bevitt (HD)
4/5. They form a barrier between Yorkshire and Lancashire. But the economic value found in the Pennines ultimately unified this area. Griff Rhys Jones visits their heart as he searches for the source of one of the country's most important rivers. Wainwright Walks follows on BBC4.
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With Sophie Raworth.
Then Weather with John Hammond.
14/22; series three. We Had a Dream. The psychic
SOS killer escapes from prison.
Supernatural thriller starring Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byrne. Vatican investigator Father Andrew Kiernan is sent to the US to examine when a young girl develops signs of stigmata. Review page 40.
Director Rupert Wainwright (1999,18) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Top Gear: Polar Special. The motormouthed team embark on an icy, epic land race.
1.45 Holby City. Chrissie reveals her feelings.
2.45 The Great British Village Show. The winners are announced in the series finale.
3.45 Vet Safari 2/8. Emma tracks a white rhino.