Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Shown yesterday at 10.20pm
Andrew's guests include the musician James Taylor.
Includes News at 9.00.
This week's debate comes from Ashton Park School in Bristol where Nicky Campbell is joined by talk-show host James O'Brien and the Rev Joanna Jepson.
John Craven heads to the Wash on the Norfolk coast to assess a marine improvement programme while Adam Henson is in Devon tracking down a six-stone beaver. Includes
Weather for the Week Ahead. Signed rpt on Thursday 2.40am 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.
The Nicked Airmen. The British airmen are captured.
Promises to Keep. Dr Sloan gets mixed up in a conman's attempt to extort $300,000 out of the hospital.
3/6. As Ellie Harrison tries to attract red squirrels to a Dundee garden, Nick Knowles tries to persuade the neighbours to get in on the act. at 1.55am
(Revised rpt) GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: £3.30
In a celebration of Candlemas, Pam Rhodes finds out how the festival gets its name and tours a candle-making factory in Liverpool. Hymns include Light of the World and Immortal,
Invisible and Aled Jones sings Nunc Dimittis.
3/3. It's mating season in Kenya's Samburu reserve. Producer Holly Spearing ; Series producer Nigel Pope
Shown last Wed Signed rpt on Wed at 12.50am Natural World: Elephants without Borders is Friday 8pm on BBC2
LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: second issue out now, price E3.50
Fiona Bruce is in Dundee where the experts are asked to value a clock smuggled out of wartime Germany and the world's first copying machine. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
Signed repeat tomorrow at 12.15am Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: out monthly, price £3.40
6/12; series two. Laura finds the community supportive when she assumes charge of the - post office after Dorcas is taken ill.
Writer Gaby Chiappe ; Producer Ann Trickleback ; Director
Moira Armstrong 2.45am Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
David Attenborough shares his view on the founding father of the theory of evolution, Charles Darwin. Starting from Darwin's home in Kent, David travels to Cambridge University, the Natural History Museum and the Orkneys trying to piece together how the scientist came to the conclusions he did.
Producer Sacha Mirzoeff ; Exec producer Brian Leith Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Darwin's Struggle: the Evolution of the Origin of the Species can be seen tomorrow at 9pm on BBC4
FREE OPEN UNIVERSITY POSTER: visit www.bbc.co.uk/darwin or telephone [number removed] (local rate)
LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: including David Attenborough 's guide to the Galapagos Islands, on sale now, E3.50 Faith in the facts: paqe 20
With Emily Maitlis.
Then Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Adrian Chiles has highlights of two title challengers locking horns at Anf ield as Chelsea visit
Liverpool, and the Tyne-Wear derby between Newcastle and Sunderland at St James' Park.
Producer Phil Sibson ; Editor Mark Demuth
Live coverage of Super Bowl XLIII, which sees
Pittsburgh Steelers take on Arizona Cardinals at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida (kick-off 11.00), with half-time entertainment coming from Bruce Springsteen.
Last year's event was a thriller, with New York
Giants triumphing over New England Patriots thanks to a last-minute touchdown. Presented by Jake Humphrey.
Digital viewers can press the red button for live coverage with alternative commentary options, followed by highlights
Followed by Weatherview