Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday papers. Includes News at 9.00.
3/4. A Muslim family discuss the festival of Eid; life without their mother for Jane Tomlinson 's family; and John Barrowman and Blake guest. With Lesley Garrett. Producer Caroline Gidman ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven is in Tewkesbury to meet the people struggling to celebrate Christmas in caravans as they cope with the aftermath of the summer floods. Including Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3.40
Money is needed to set up a donkey sanctuary.
Hyacinth makes expensive vacation plans.
The New Healers. The star of a TV drama gets "written out" by a cunning killer.
Cast on Thursday/Friday
11/13; series two. Treasure of the Nation. Robin tries to unravel the King's clues which conceal plans to move his treasure. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday 7.15pm
Amanda Lamb appeals on behalf of Missing People (formerly National Missing Persons Helpline. Repeated Wed 2.45pm BBC2 DONATIONS: [address removed]: call [number removed] or online at missingpeople.org.uk
Aled Jones is joined by Sound of Music star Connie Fisher and X Factor runner-up Ray Quinn as they celebrate Christmas with special performances from the Royal Albert Hall. Carols, include Joy to the World and Hark! the Herald Angels Sing.
4/5. April 1843. Dr Harrison informs the Rev Hutton of his intentions towards Sophy while Miss Matty must come to terms with some life-changing news. Shown last Sunday For next episode and regular cast see 9pm
The remaining couples face an anxious wait to discover who has made it through to next Saturday's final, and who must compete in the dance-off.
Including a performance by the Spice Girls. Subscription offer: page
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with John Hammond.
Rochester Cathedral is the venue this week and the team see some surprising finds, including a rare Scottish sword discovered behind a chimney.
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5/5. May 1843. The ladies of the town convene at a clandestine meeting to discuss Matty's crisis, and soon agree on a philanthropic solution.
Dramatised by Heidi Thomas ; Producer Sue Birtwistle Director Simon Curtis Repeated next Sunday
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Miss Matty Jenkyns:
Dr Frank Harrison:
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
2/3. The comedian interviews more popular funnymen about the nature of comedy. Rob Brydon , Simon Pegg , Steve Coogan and John Cleese are among those who discuss their careers to date.
Director/Producer Ben McPherson
Highlights of today's two Premier League matches,
Liverpool v Manchester United and Arsenal v Chelsea.
A Game of Two Eras follows on BBC4.
Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor Mark Demuth
Social drama set in 1960s Chicago, starring
Marina Black and Julie Condra. Two small-town friends accept work as bunny girls after their ambitions receive a buffeting in the Windy City. Review page 48.
Director Randall Miller (2000, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Watchdog Consumer investigations.
1.50 Holby City Elliot sinks into a dire mood.
2.50 The Nature of Britain 7/8. Wilderness Britain.
3.40 8/8. The country's rarest wildlife.