Live coverage from the Japanese Grand Prix. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. Highlights at 12.30pm on BBC2.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races
2.45am-5.15am; plus coverage of the World Athletics finals in Stuttgart 12.10-3.50pm
Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull. (5)
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday papers. Includes 9.05 News; later, Weather Editor Barney Jones
Tory MP Ann Widdecombe , journalist Julie Bindell and an invited audience in Brighton join Nicky Campbell and Sonia Deol to debate same-gender partnerships. Director Rob Hopkin ; Series editor
John Craven explores the ancients heathlands of Norfolk and Miriam O'Reilly investigates whether fish can feel pain. Plus Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Steve Evanson Spill the beans about locally produced food and win an LCD TV at www.radiotimes.com/countryfile
Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including News at 12.00. and at 12.30, in-depth local stories. Editor James Stephenson
The Great Unescape. The gang are roped into helping dig a tunnel. Writers David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Iron Age Remains. Hyacinth forces Richard into a rural jaunt. Writer Roy Clarke
Cast on Thursday
10/10. After all the couples return to dance for one last time, the champions are crowned.
As churches celebrate the harvest, Pam Rhodes visits Morwenstow in Cornwall on the trail of the Victorian vicar who "invented" the harvest festival as we know it today. Hymns include We
Plough the Fields and Come, Ye
Thankful People, Come! (5)
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
10/10. Sinclair and the Wormley Witches. Sinclair believes he has been cursed, so Trudy, Entwistle and Alvin unwisely decide to exorcise him.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
2/2. The seven-year-old children first interviewed at the dawn of the Millennium are now into their teenage years, but where have their lives taken them since they last went before the cameras?
Director Julian Farino ; Producer Melanie Archer
The team visit the last working Victorian pottery in England at Middleport in Staffordshire. Among the gems uncovered are a lost portrait of William Gladstone , a pendant purchased for 50p at a boot sale that is now worth £500 and a pair of small rice bowls valued at close to £15,000.
Producer Nicola Lafferty ; Series producer Michele Burgess
(HD) www.bbc.co.uk/antiques BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: out monthly price E3.40
2/6. Eastern Delight. In Bulgaria, Michael joins a mystical sect for the summer solstice and meets a transvestite Gypsy who has become an unlikely superstar. Crossing the Bosphorus to Istanbul, he fails to impress when he takes up belly-dancing and decides to sit out the Turkish sport of oiled-up men grappling in leather shorts. On a more spiritual note, he visits some remarkable churches of the early Christian era cut from stunning volcanic ash formations and has his future read in coffee grounds. Director/Producer John-Paul Davidson
Repeated on Wednesday at 8pm on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2 (HD)
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
19/22; series three. No-One to Watch Over Me
Joe returns to the office for the first time since the hostage ordeal, and Allison has a dream that reveals the killer of a teenage girl whose body was found in a freezer.
Menacing comedy horror starring Jeff Daniels and John Goodman. In the small California town of Canaima, Dr Ross Jennings has to overcome his arachnophobia when killer Venezuelan spiders bring terror to the local community. Review page 48.
Director Frank Marshall (1990. PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Michael Wood : the Story of India 1/6. The subcontinent's history.
1.45 Holby City Chrissie sets a trap for Sam.
2.45 Grandad's Back in Business 1/4.
3.45 Real Men 4/4. Workers who maintain lighthouses.
4.15 Vet Safari 7/8. Pursuing a white rhino.