Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday papers. Includes News at 9.00.
2/4. Lesley Garrett is joined by songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman and IVF mum Yasmina Wright. Producer Caroline Gidman ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven is in Welney,
Cambridgeshire, to watch the floodlit feeding of birds. Including Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series Producer Steve Evanson
BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3.40
Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including News at 12.00, and at 12.30, in-depth local stories.
Editor Gavin Allen
Hans Goes over the Top. René
Plots to escape the PoW camp.
Writer David Croft
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10/13; series two. Walkabout The Sheriff goes missing, jeopardising Nottingham's safety. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday 7.10pm
Sally Magnusson investigates
Christmas traditions and explains how her Icelandic ancestry influences her own celebrations. Carols, sung by the Huddersfield Choral Society and the RSCM
Millennium Youth Choir, include The Holly and the Ivy and infant Holy, Infant Lowly.
3/5. November 1842. Suspicion and mistrust ripple through
Cranford and Miss Pole resorts to desperate measures to safeguard her treasures.
Shown last Sunday For next episode and regular cast see 9pm
Cliff Richard performs his latest single When I Need You as two couples face a dance-off. Who will impress and dance their way into the semi-finals?
Executive producer Sam Donnelly
It's been a year of heroic comebacks - such as Jonny Wilkinson kicking the England rugby team back into the World Cup or Paula Radcliffe 's New York Marathon win - as well as a year of thrilling new arrivals, including Lewis Hamilton 's meteoric appearance on the Formula One scene.
Sue Barker, Gary Lineker and Adrian Chiles host the annual event live from the NEC in Birmingham, with a cast including some of the world's biggest sporting names. Our collective memories will be jogged by stunning moments like Padraig Harrington's Open victory and Frankie Dettori's Derby triumph.
The winner will be decided by a live vote on the night. Further awards include team of the year, coach of the year and overseas personality of the year.
Executive producer Paul Davies ; Editor Carl Doran Lord of the ring: page 18; Canvas opinion: page 43 Gallery at [Web Address Removed]
4/5. April 1843. Dr Harrison informs the Rev Hutton of his intentions towards Sophy, unaware that his kindness towards Mrs Rose has been misinterpreted.
Writer Heidi Thomas ; Producers Sue Birtwistle and Susie Conklin Director Steve Hudson Repeated next Sunday
Signed (HD) The Alison Graham column: page 67; Letters: page Cover-shoot footage: www.radiotimes.com/cranford
Miss Matty Jenkyns:
Dr Frank Harrison:
Job Gregson Dean:
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
New series 1/3. Dawn French talks with over 30 of her favourite male comedians, including Steve Coogan and Simon Pegg , about what makes them funny.
Director/Producer Ben McPherson
Dawn French's More Boys Who Do: Comedy Tuesday 9pm on BBC4 Serious about comedy: page 22
Sweeping historical war drama starring Dennis Quaid , Billy Bob Thornton and Jason Patric. A small band of Texans defends a strategically important converted mission in this epic retelling of the watershed battle for American identity. Review page 53.
Director John Lee Hancock (2004,12)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Watchdog Consumer investigations.
1.30 Holby City Chrissie learns Mark's secret.
2.30 The Nature of Britain 6/8. Woodland.
3.20 Heir Hunters Double bill.