Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
The week's top stories.
Includes News at 9.00.
The budding athletes running in memory of inspirational fundraisers.
A report from Snowdonia
National Park on plans to open a commercial airfield. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead. Signed rpt, Thursday, 1.35am www.bbcgreen.com
BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3.40
John Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including
News at 12.00, and at 12.30, in-depth local stories.
A Duck for Launch. The resistance continue to do battle in Nouvion.
Omnibus edition. There's an episode tonight at 8pm.
Cast on Wed/Thu
Comedy drama starring Pauline Collins as Thelma Caldicot , a widow who decides to rebel against the repressive regime in a suburban rest home. Review page 48. Director Ian Sharp (2000,12)
Jeremy Edwards appeals on behalf of Power International (registered charity 1059996).
Rptd, Tuesday, 1.10pm on BBC2 DONATIONS: send to [address removed], or go online at www.powerinternational.org
With Jeremy Vine. CONTACT: email [address removed]; tel
[number removed] (national rate): write to PoV, BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1RF; or visit www.bbc.co.uk/pov
Looking at how the Gorton
Monastery in East Manchester has been refurbished. Hymns include Angel Voices Ever Singing and Be Still for the Presence of the Lord.
Let There Be Light. Richard turns electrician.
7/7; series six. The Art of Being Susan. With Ben away, Susan takes her mother to a cocktail night. Writers Brian Leveson and Paul Minett ; Director Dewi Humphreys Producer John Bartlett Postponed from 31 May
Read by Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Dan Corbett.
10/10. In Perranporth, Cornwall, a boy is having a fit, but there's no sign of his parents. On the Isle of Wight a walker is badly injured and the best way to get him to hospital is by air.
Director Eugene Keogh ; Series producer Annie Heather
Shirley's party preparations start to unravel, Dawn reels when all of her worst fears become a reality and Jack and Tanya's relationship develops a crack. An hour-long episode is on Wednesday at 8pm. Writer Karen Laws Cast on Wednesday and Thursday
Repeated tomorrow at 10pm on BBC3 Soaps: page 35
Playing for the Ashes. When an arson attack results in the death of star cricketer
Kenneth Waring , DI Lynley and DS Havers are drafted in to investigate. They expose Waring's complex personal life, and Lynley is forced to break the rules to tease the killer out of hiding.
Writer Kate Wood ; Producer Ruth Baumgarten
Director Richard Spence
DI Thomas Lynley:
DS Barbara Havers:
Read by Mishal Husain.
Then Weather with Darren Bett.
New series 1/9. Funny, wild and weird television adverts, selected from every corner of the globe. John Cleese enthuses about pretzels in Australia, there's an unusual road rage deterrent from America and a look back at advice given in vintage public safety ads, such as "stay away from fridges."
Action and reaction from tonight's final round of matches in Group A, as co-hosts Switzerland take on much-fancied Portugal, and Turkey play the Czech Republic. Adrian Chiles introduces.
Digital viewers press the red button for extensive highlights of every game and all the goals of the tournament
2/3. Benirall's team is captured and interrogated in an underwater facility, and Emily and Bruce work together to investigate a strange weather phenomenon. Concludes tomorrow at 11.05pm.
For cast see tomorrow
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Wild China 4/6. Exploring the extreme landscapes that lie north of the Great Wall.
2.15 Holby City Things get worse for Faye.
3.15 Natural World The spectacled bear.
4.05 Hard Sell From Leicester.