Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Shown yesterday at 1020pm
The week's main news stories, interviews and the Sunday
Papers. Includes News at 9.00.
Editor Barney Jones
Nicky Campbell hosts discussion from the Pyramid in Warrington. With panellists Decca Aitkenhead, James O'Brien, Dr Raj Sharma and Bishop Michael Doe.
Miriam O'Reilly finds out whether rearing methods affect the taste of chicken, while John Craven visits an eco-friendly housing estate. Includes
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
Slam Dunk Dead. Dr Sloan is forced to step in and defend
Jesse against accusations that he accidentally caused the death of a basketball player.
Boro's prize for their dramatic late winner against Sheffield Utd is a home tie against further
Championship opposition, in this vital FA Cup quarter-final (kick-off 2.00). Gary Lineker presents. Producer Phil Sibsorc Editor Andrew Clement www.bbc.co.uk/football Bristol Rovers v West Brom is at 5.50pm
5/5. Armoured Giants.
David Attenborough concludes the series with a look at turtles, tortoises and crocodiles.
Shown last Monday
Aled Jones introduces the final of the UK's School Choir of the Year competition, as six choirs perform in front of judges Howard Goodall , Lesley Garrett and Bazil Meade. Songs include You Shall Go Out with Joy and One More
Step. The results will be revealed in next week's edition.
Bristol Rovers v West Bromwich Albion
Gabby Logan introduces the weekend's final FA Cup quarter-final match, as the League One team host the Championship high flyers at the Memorial Ground (kick-off 6.00). Rovers are the lowest ranked side left in the tournament, having negotiated seven ties and two penalty shoot-outs en route to this stage.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth The draw for the semi-finals is tomorrow at 1.25pm on BBC2 MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: first issue on sale now, only El
Digital viewers can access rolling FA Cup fifth-round highlights from 9.30pm until 12 midnight
9/10. The locals' intrigue is piqued when Oueenie discovers a beautiful embroidered panel on a grave.
Writer Bill Gallagher ; Producer Grainne Marmion ; Director John Greening Signed rpt on Thursday at 1.30am (HD) RT DIRECT: pre-order the DVD (out 7 April) for only E24.99
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Dawn French in Murder Most Horrid: page 37 www.radiotimes.com/lark-rise-to-candleford
Sir Timothy Midwinter:
4/5. Stephen and Michael team up with Yasim to locate an escaped refugee infected with the disease.
Writer Peter Berry ; Producer Gub Neal ; Director lain B MacDonald www.bbc.co.uk/lastenemy
With Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Slick thriller based on the John Grisham novel. Young Mark Sway attracts the attention of both the law and the Mafia when he witnesses the suicide of a Mob defence lawyer. The lawyer has passed on to Mark the location of a murdered senator - information that makes the boy and his family a target. Review p48.
Director Joel Schumacher (1994, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Clint Von Hooser:
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Around the World in 80 Gardens 4/10. Monty Don explores gardens in South America.
1.20 Holby City Connie and Elliot lock horns. <S)
2.20 Watchdog Consumer investigation show.
2.50 What's Really in Our Food? 1/5 A guide to the supermarket aisles, starting with labelling.