Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday papers. Includes News at 9.05.
Editor Barney Jones
Theological debate from Grace
Academy in Birmingham. Guests include Jean-Christophe Novelli. Series editor Jill Robinson
John Craven visits the glorious South Downs to find out why it may soon become Britain's next National Park. Charlotte Smith discovers why we love the wood pigeon, but hate its city slicker cousin the feral pigeon. Including Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Sarah Gibbs 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
First part of today's omnibus double bill. Continues at 5.15pm Cast on Friday
Scotland v France
The reigning champions open their campaign on Scottish soil in what promises to be a more even match than their last encounter (kick-off 3.00). The hosts ended up with the wooden spoon in 2007 having won just one match. But they did go on to reach the World Cup knockout stages.
Despite a famous win over the All Blacks in the last eight, it was ultimately a disappointing World Cup for France, who lost to England in the semi-finals. Producer Matthew Griffiths
Digital viewers can access alternative commentary, live rolling highlights and a post-match forum from 2.30-5.10pm
In the spa town of Harrogate Pam Rhodes discovers how people in the Victorian era benefited from taking its famous mineral waters. Music includes 0 Praise Ye the Lord, Beautiful Saviour and performances from St Aidan's
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
Things take a theatrical turn at De Montfort Hall in Leicester. Items include memorabilia from productions staged by PoWs and a poster with a hidden secret. Exec producer Simon Shaw ; Series producer Michele Burgess
Signed (HD) The 25th anniversary edition of Roadshow is at 10.05pm on BBC4 BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: out monthly, price E3.40
4/10. A strange old man arrives in Candleford looking for his estranged daughters, Ruby and Pearl Pratt. They are quite horrified to see him out in public, playing scams on the local residents.
Dramatised by Bill Gallagher : Producer Grainne Marmion ; Director John Greening Signed (HD) RT DIRECT: pre-order the DVD (out 7 Feb) for only E24.99 (RRP E34.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at checkout Rural re-creation: page 10; Cover shoot and guide at www.radiotimes.com/lark-rise-to-candleford
Lady Adelaide Midwinter:
Sir Timothy Midwinter:
Gentle comedy drama based on a true story, starring Helen Mirren and Julie Walters. Chris and Annie are members of the local Women's Institute in Knapely, Yorkshire. When Annie's husband dies, Chris suggests they raise money for the local hospital by posing nude for a calendar. Review page 51.
Director Nigel Cole (2003, 12)
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
Wry comedy drama starring Michael Douglas. Middle -aged college professor Grady Tripp 's life is about to get complicated by the arrival at a faculty party of a troubled but talented student. Review page 52.
Director Curtis Hanson (2000,15) (HD)
The planet Mercury.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 and extended repeat tomorrow at 7.30pm on BBC4
Action thriller starring
Judge Reinhold. The race is on to find a bomber who is casing people to explode. Review page 52.
Director Paul Antier (2002)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Natural World Ellesmere Island, Canada.
3.10 Holby City Faye opens up to Joseph.
4.10 A Passion for Plants 5/8. Behind the scenes at the Chelsea Flower Show.