Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Including Liverpool v Fulham and the Tyne/Wear derby between Sunderland and Newcastle.
Shown yesterday at 11pm
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday papers. Includes News at 9.30.
Live coverage from the Cenotaph in Whitehall, where the Queen leads the Remembrance Day commemorations. Including the Last Post and the two minute silence to remember the sacrifice made by many in two world wars as well as other, more recent conflicts. Commentary is provided by David Dimbleby , with Major General Julian Thompson.
Producer Ian Russell Highlights are at 6.50pm on BBC2
Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including News at 12.10, and at 12.40, in-depth local stories. Editor James Stephenson
Omnibus edition. Charlie urges Sean to look out for his mum.
Torquay United v Yeovil Town The magic of the FA Cup's first round comes to the West
Country with a match involving two old rivals (kick-off is at 3.15).
Torquay, now non-league after being relegated from the Football League last season, have made a good start in their efforts to come straight back up. And with today's visitors currently lying mid-table in League One, an absorbing clash is in prospect. Ray Stubbs presents, with Mark Lawrenson and Leroy Rosenior. Steve Wilson and Mark Bright are the commentators. Producer Ian Finch ; Editor
Paul Armstrong www.bbc.co.uk/football
I Digital viewers can access rolling FA Cup first-round highlights until 12 midnight
Terry Wogan champions viewers opinions on BBC programmes and provides another chance to see memorable clips. CONTACT: [number removed] (local rate): email email@example.com or write to POV. BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1RF
Jeremy Paxman tells the tragic story of the renowned First World War poet who, at a time of jingoism and nationalist propaganda, described the brutal atrocities of war in shocking and poignant detail. Wilfred Owen is played by Samuel Barnett.
A poet's wisdom, a warrior's courage: page 31
After a tense wait, It's time for the celebrities to discover who will face the dance-off. Plus, John Barrowman gives a performance and the professionals dance a group jive. Presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly. (HD) Subscribe to RT and receive a free a copy of Strictly Come Dancing: the Official 2008 annual: see page 59
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
The team jet off to East Kirkby airfield in Lincolnshire, where all sorts of treasures are examined and a few wartime memories are shared in the shadow of a Lancaster bomber. Presented by Michael Aspel.
Series producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Simon Shaw (HD)
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David Tennant and Jessica Hynes star in a one-off comedy drama following the ups and downs of a group of learner drivers. Downtrodden wife Bev is nervous and short-tempered behind the wheel - and has failed her driving test eight times. But when Bev meets her latest instructor, Chris, she soon finds herself falling for his geeky charms.
Lord of the L-plates: page 22; David Tennant gallery at [web address removed]
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
An Easy-going romantic comedy starring Gerard Depardieu and Andie MacDowell. Bronte Parrish is talked into marrying French musician George Faure to enable him to qualify for US citizenship. However, their "paper marriage" arouses the suspicions of the immigration department and the mismatched couple are forced to live together to ensure George gets his precious Green Card.
Review page 56.
Followed by Weatherview
The battle of the crimpers continues. Shown at 9pm on BBC3
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Watchdog More consumer investigations.
1.55 Holby City Kyla's drinking at work is leading her to make mistakes that Faye can't cover forever.
2.55 The Nature of Britain 2/8. Alan Titchmarsh looks at the UK's farmland.