Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
The political journalist rounds up the week's main news stories. Includes News at 9.00.
Andrew Marr on Radio 4's Big Bang Day: page
Louise Minchin and Colin Jackson meet teens who are turning their lives around with the sport of free running.
John Craven visits Dunster in Somerset where the castle is getting a makeover. Includes
Weather for the Week Ahead. Signed
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A man decides to sell his antiques to fund some home improvements.
3&4/10; series one. The Eye of the Gorgon. The gang investigates the sighting of a ghostly figure at a rest home.
Sarah Jane Smith:
Comedy horror starring Eddie Murphy. An opportunistic real-estate agent takes his family on holiday to a run-down mansion in Louisiana. But the house and its spooky butler hide a dark secret. Review p38. Director Rob Minkoff (2003, PG) Postponed from Monday 25 August
Pam Rhodes goes in search of the secrets of the world's oldest hymn book - the Book of Psalms. Hymns based on the Psalms include To God Be the Glory and Great Is Thy
A Strange Man. Did a man stay overnight at Elizabeth's?
A celebration of the life and work of Thomas Hardy , the critically acclaimed novelist who is also regarded as one of the great English poets. Presenter Griff Rhys Jones tells the story of a life that is emotionally rich, and establishes the key influences in Hardy's life - his upbringing in rural Dorset and his relationships with his mother Jemima and his wife Emma, a love story that is as moving as a plot from one of his novels.
Director/Producer Harry Hook
With Mishal Husain. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
New series The team are at the atmospheric ruins of Bolton Abbey, near Skipton in North
Yorkshire, as new presenter Fiona Bruce takes up the reins. Among the objects uncovered by the experts are a lambing chair and an unloved trinket which elicits the magic word "Faberge" from Geoffrey Munn. Plus Fiona gets beginner's tips from Roadshow veteran Eric Knowles. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
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Since she was a girl living in tropical Malaysia, actress Joanna Lumley has wanted to visit the far north of Norway to witness the beautiful aurora borealis. As she attempts to realise her dream, she journeys north across the Arctic Circle towards Svalbard, the most northerly permanently inhabited place on Earth, where temperatures approach -30°C. Will conditions be suitable for the notoriously elusive northern lights to put on a magical display? Director Archie Baron ; Producer Helena Braun
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Glow Jo: page 18; Moment of the week: page 45
With Mishal Husain.
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
Black comedy drama starring Nicolas Cage and Michael Caine. Chicago TV weatherman Dave Spritz is a celebrity on the streets of his home town, but in private he is deeply dissatisfied with his lot.
However, the possibility of a lucrative job forces
Dave to consider his priorities and his problematic relationship with his dying father. Review p38.
Director Gore Verbinski (2005, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Galaxy Zoo. Patrick Moore speaks to a Dutch schoolteacher whose nightly observations have uncovered something unusual. Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
Extended on BBC4 BBC SKY AT NIGHT MAGAZINE: out monthly, price M.25
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Pacific Abyss 2/3. Islands of Micronesia.
1.25 God on Trial Thought-provoking and disturbing drama starring Antony Sher and Stellan Skarsgard.
2.50 Holby City Jac keeps herself busy.
3.50 Cash in the Celebrity Attic Clare Francis.