Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Andrew Marr presents his regular round-up of the week's stories, interviewing key figures and leafing through the Sunday papers. Includes News at 9.05.
New series A panel, including Amanda Platell and Dr Alice Roberts, plus a studio audience debate the religious, moral and ethical questions on topical issues. Hosted by Nicky Campbell Series editor Jill Robinson
Can the centuries old tradition of beer-brewing survive the threat of foreign super-farms and our modern passion for lager? Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs Spill the beans about locally produced food at www.radiotimes.com/countryfile
Pigeon Post. The British airmen, disguised as the German colonel and captain, have been captured by the Communist Resistance. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Big Easy Murder A journalist is murdered in the swamps of New Orleans.
Stephen Karbaron needs cash to fly his parents out to visit him in Moscow and see the Bolshoi Ballet. Director Paula Campion ,Darren Rose ; Series producer Andrew Snowball
Cast on Thurday
8/10. There's music from singer songwriter Nelly Furtado as the American version of Strictly Come Dancing continues.
A look around Britain's newest Anglican Cathedral at Coventry, where Diane Louise Jordan meets people whose lives have been changed by it.
Graham Kendrick performs his new song Crucified Man and Coventry
Cathedral Choir lead the hymn singing including Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation, Be Still for the Presence of the Lord and Holy, Holy, Holy.
The team visit Arundel Castle, where finds include a 14th-century jug reeled in by a local fisherman and a picture that sings when no-one's looking. Series producer Michelle Burgess ; Executive producer
Simon Shaw (HD) www.bbc.co.uk/antiques Michael Aspel 's Big Break: page 68
8/10. Smiler's non-dancing policy comes between him and the woman of his dreams.
With Emily Maitlis. Regional News
Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
The emergency department is in the frontline following the explosion but a disillusioned Charlie finds his passion for nursing is re-ignited.
(More cast on Saturday)
Behind the scenes: page 10
Today's Choices: Drama of the Week: Casualty 8.00pm BBC1
The thoroughly refreshed Casualty focused on one of the new members of its team last night in the first episode of a two-part story. Tonight, the longest-serving of Holby City's personnel takes his place in the limelight.
Dear old Charlie Fairhead is feeling every single one of his 35 years in the National Health Service, and we view the events of the day when a terrorist bomb brings carnage to the city through his weary and jaded eyes. Charlie (Derek Thompson) is just about to go off shift when news of the coach explosion breaks. It's soon all hands to the pumps as casualties pour in.
What's fascinating about the episode (and who'd ever think the word "fascinating" could ever be applied to any aspect of Charlie Fairhead?) is that the dreadful events draw out Charlie's anger and impatience with a job that makes him feel undervalued and underappreciated. As he tells a bystander, "No-one really cares I've been doing this job for so long. Least of all me." (Alison Graham)
Alun Armstrong and Alison Steadman head a strong cast in this acerbic comedy drama set in the supposed green-belt paradise of suburban England. Three couples meet at a dinner party to celebrate a birthday.
Writer/Director Tony Grounds ; Producer Sally Stokes (HD)
Disenchanted evening: page 22
With Emily Maitlis.
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
17/22; series three. Joe Day Afternoon. Allison and Ariel fear the worst when Joe is held hostage.
Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks presents a message in celebration of the Jewish New Year, including his own defence of religion which is vigorously backed by both Tony Blair and John Humphrys.
Director/Producer Roger Childs
Emotional drama starring Melissa Gilbert and Rosanna Arquette as two mothers who are forced to confront a terrrible mishap. Review page 49.
Director Douglas Barr (1999, PG) Followed by Weatherview
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Holby City Maddy has a nightmare day.
2.00 Child of Our Time 3/3. Why children lose their creative potential as they grow up.
3.00 Vet Safari 5/8. Difficulties while pursuing zebra.