Presented by Susanna Reid.
Shown yesterday at 10.45pm
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday papers. Includes News at 9.00.
Editor Barney Jones
Nicky Campbell and Sonia Deol present discussion from
Tonbridge School in Kent. Director Rob Hopkin
Series editor Jill Robinson
John Craven visits Faringdon
House in Oxfordshire and Adam Henson has an unusual day at the races. including Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3.40
A Hertfordshire woman calls in the team to help her sell her collectibles, hoping to raise money to restore her treasured VW Beetle.
Hyacinth takes to the high seas.
Burnley v Arsenal
A plum home-tie awaits the Clarets in the third round of the FA Cup (kick-off 2.00). It's also the first time the Championship side has faced the Premier League Gunners since 1975/76. Presented from
Turf Moor by Gabby Logan , with Lee Dixon. Commentary is from Steve Wilson and Gavin Peacock. Stoke City v Newcastle United can be seen at 5.45.
Digital viewers can access all the goals from the third round of the FA Cup
An edition of the long-running panel game with team captain Matt Dawson and quizmaster
For Epiphany Sunday, there's music from the Bradford Youth Choir, Aled Jones performs a new song and also joins school choirs from West Yorkshire in Leeds Cathedral for songs including We Three Kings,
Simple Gifts and Hail Redeemer, King Divine.
Stoke City v Newcastle United
The Potters, three-time FA Cup semi-finalists, will be eager to make home advantage count as they seek a high-flying scalp at the expense of the perennially under-achieving Magpies (kick-off 6.00). Injuries and all-too-familiar defensive frailties have undermined
Sam Allardyce's Toon Army in the early part of the season while the Championship's Stoke have players with top-flight experience but who missed out on the play-offs last season. Hosted by Gary Lineker, with Alan Hansen, Alan Shearer and Garth Crooks. Commentators are Jonathan Pearce and Mark Bright. The fourth-round draw can be seen at the start of World Darts tomorrow at 1.30pm on BBC2.
Digital viewers can access all the goals from the third round of of the FA Cup by pressing the red button Up for the Cup: page 31
The team visit the Castle of Mey. Series producer Michele Burgess
Signed at 1.05am (HD)
2/3. Colonel Brandon is called away on business, leaving Marianne free to fall even deeper in love with Willoughby, and Sir John's niece Lucy entrusts Elinor with a shocking secret.
Dramatised by Andrew Davies from the novel by Jane Austen
Producer Anne Pivcevic ; Director John Alexander The Inside Story: page 58
Photo gallery at www.radiotimes.com/sense-and-sensibility
Sir John Middleton:
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
New series 1/13. Pilot of the new US drama series set in the world of high-stakes litigation in New York. Attorney Patty Hewes hires a new associate.
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm (HD) [web address removed]
Glenn Close - RT Interview: p16; Moment of the week: p47
Whimsical romantic comedy starring Hugh Jackman. Transported from the late-19th century through a time portal, Leopold, Duke of Albany, is introduced to the modern world by Kate McKay. Review page 41. Director James Mangold (2002, 12) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Clash of Worlds 1/3. Britain and Islam.
2.10 Holby City Connie returns to work.
3.10 Animal Park: Wild on the West Coast 1/10
Shark attack victims tell of their ordeals.
4.10 Heir Hunters The case of Barrie Keith Townsend who left behind F330,000 but no will.