Presented by Sarah Campbell 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 Paul Harvey and Barney Jones
Gloria and the panel debate this week's big ethical and religious stories, and Adil Ray reports live from the Greenbelt music festival in Cheltenham.
Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Exec producer Chris Loughlin
Video podcast available at www.bbc.co.uk/heavenandearth
Live coverage of day two of the 11th championships from the city of Osaka in Japan. Taking centre stage this afternoon are the men's 100m semis and final. Timetable:
11.35 women's 800m semi-finals;
11.45 women's shot put final; 11.50 heptathlon: javelin; 12.00 women's pole vault qualification; 12.10 men's 100m semi-finals.
Digital viewers can press red between
6.00 and 11.00am to see highlights of the day's action in Osaka
Cast on Thursday/Friday
Facing the ultimate test, Wales play host to Six Nations champions France at the Millennium Stadium (kick-off 2.45), their last match before their World Cup campaign gets under way in two weeks' time. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Digital viewers can access a post-match forum 4.40-5.30pm
The Secret of Gila Junction. is a cover-up or a mercenary motive behind a murder?
Marking the tenth anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Diane Louise Jordan meets people who work for the charities she supported. Music includes Be Thou My Vision and Beauty for Brokenness.
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Dan Corbett.
6/10. Elegy for Small Creature and Clandestine Trackbike Howard's new bike is difficult to conceal from Pearl.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
2/3. Fitting In or Standing Out. Five families strive - in very different circumstances - to give their offspring the right start in life. The children are now seven and discovering how they fit into the groups around them. Presented by Professor Robert Winston.
Director/Producer Joanna Woolf
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12/12. Fiona goes on the rampage and tragedy ensues.
Writer Kay Mellor
Producer Jacinta Peel ; Director Ian Bevitt (HD)
5/5. Wales. Griff Rhys Jones discovers that the mountains of Snowdonia continue to protect a fragile ecology. Wainwright Walks follows on BBC4. Series producer Ian Macmillan ; Executive producer
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With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
15/22; series three. The Boy Next Door. Allison has recurring dreams about her past.
Amazonian horror starring Penelope Ann Miller. A series of gruesome murders takes place after a crate of biological specimens from the jungle is sent to
Chicago's natural history museum. Review page 42. Director Peter Hyams (1996, 15) Followed by Weatherview
The apprentices are forced to work hard to finish the eco lodge.
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Kyla handles a tragic case.
2.20 Child of Our Time 1/3. The will to win.
3.20 Vet Safari 3/8. Vet Emma performs an emergency autopsy on a cheetah.
3.50 How to Live Longer 1/5. An unhealthy nurse.