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: Grand Prix

Britain's Lewis Hamilton begins the defence of the world championship in leafy Albert Park, Melbourne (start time 7.00). Introduced by Jake Humphrey, with commentary by Jonathan Legard and Martin Brundle. There's a full race re-run at 1pm.
Digital viewers can press red for extra options and, from 9am, a forum


Presenter: Jake Humphrey
Commentator: Jonathan Legard
Commentator: Martin Brundle

: The Andrew Marr Show

Interviews and a leaf through the Sunday papers. Includes
News at 9.00.

: The Big Questions

Nicky Campbell hosts a debate live from Linton Village College in Cambridgeshire. Guests include Jonathan Bartley , Dom Anthony Sutch , Julie Bindel and Helen Lederer.


Unknown: Nicky Campbell
Unknown: Jonathan Bartley
Unknown: Dom Anthony Sutch
Unknown: Julie Bindel
Unknown: Helen Lederer.

: Countryfile

Is there a future for traditional town markets?And a new life for old barns? Including
Weather for the Week Ahead. Signed

: The Politics Show

Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis. Including
News at 12.00, and at 12.30 in-depth local stories.


Unknown: Jon Sopel

: Grand Prix

A re-run of the first race of the new season, held earlier today in Melbourne.

Highlights at 7pm on BBC3.
(Revised rpt)

What makes Lewis so damn good?: p12

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition.
Cast Monday/Thursday

: Keeping UpAppearances

Problems with Relatives. Hyacinth hides her woes from Elizabeth andEmmett.

: Songs of Praise

Aled Jones presents the second programme from the finals of this year's School Choir of the Year competition.


Unknown: Aled Jones

: After You'veGone

6/8; series three. Damaged. A workplace injury for Kev causes Jimmy problems.

: BBC News

With Emily Maitlis. Regional News
Then Weather with Nick Miller.


Unknown: Emily Maitlis.
Unknown: Nick Miller.

: The Hottest Place on Earth

2/2. The team of experts conclude their visit to Ethiopia's Danakil Desert, exploring the area's extraordinary geology and examining the lives of the people and animals who survive in this harsh environment. With Kate Humble and Steve Leonard.
Director Rupert Smith ; Producer Richard Bradley
Shown last Thursday Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC MAGAZINES: Lonely Planet, price £3.50; Wildlife, price £


Unknown: Steve Leonard.
Director: Rupert Smith
Producer: Richard Bradley

: Antiques Roadshow

A return visit to the Spa Royal Hall in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, sees Fiona Bruce and the team intrigued by items including a set of rare buttons commemorating the Battle of Quebec in 1759. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw
Signed repeat tomorrow at 1.20am Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: out monthly, price E3.40


Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Producer: Michele Burgess
Editor: Simon Shaw

: The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency

3/6. The Boy with an African Heart. Mma
Ramotswe is helping Mrs Curtin to find her son, who's been missing for ten years. She digs up his past only to uncover some shocking truths.
Meanwhile Mma Makutsi is left trying to solve the Kgale Hill break-ins. Could this be her chance to show that she can be more than just a secretary?
Writer Nicholas Wright ; Producer Timothy Bricknell
Director Charles Sturridge Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel RT DIRECT: DVD of first drama £12.50 (RRP £17.99) incl p&p. Call [number removed](standard rate) or visit www.bbcshop.com (code [number removed])


Unknown: Mrs Curtin
Unknown: Mma Makutsi
Unknown: Nicholas Wright
Producer: Timothy Bricknell
Director: Charles Sturridge
Mma Ramotswe: Jill Scott
Mma Makutsi: Anika Noni Rose
JLB Matekoni: Lucian Msamati
BK: Desmond Dube
Mrs: Curtin Cchpoundef
Florence Peko: Brenda Nqxoli
Oswald Ranta: Jude Akuwudike
Rebecca Soloi: Andrea Oliver
Clara: Ann Oqbomo
Mma Potsane: Mary Twala
Jo Jo: Selelelabongaka Tshiamo
Doris: Leuba Tsaboswa
Richard Makutsi: Leoogang Motubudi
Rra Sesupeng: Mashumba Mashumba
Misty: Sefiso Dodana
Tickey: Tsbago Jobkubatsi

: BBC News

With Emily Maitlis.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary.


Unknown: Emily Maitlis.
Unknown: Elizabeth Saary.

: Damages

7/13; series two. New York Sucks. Ellen provides the FBI with a lead to bring down her boss.
Repeated on Tuesday at 11.35pm Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel What Rose Byrne is watching: page


Unknown: Rose Byrne
Patty Hewes: Glenn Close
Ellen Parsons: Rose Byrne
Wes Krulik: Timothy Olyphant
Claire Maddox: Marda Gay Harden
Arthur Frobisher: Ted Danson
Tom Shayes: Tate Donovan
Uncle Pete: Tom Aldredqe
Det Rick Messer: David Costabile
Agent Werner: Glenn Kessler
Agent Harrison: Mario van Peebles
Walter Kendrick: John Doman
Dave Pell: Clarke Peters

: In the Company of Men

Controversial, pitch-black office drama starring Aaron Eckhart. Matt Malloy and Stacy Edwards. Fellow office workers Chad and Howard decide to simultaneously date a beautiful, deaf co-worker - and then dump her. Review page 44.
Director Neil LaBute (1997, 18)
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Aaron Eckhart.
Unknown: Matt Malloy
Unknown: Stacy Edwards.
Director: Neil Labute

: Sign Zone

Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
The Satanic Verses Affair The crisis following the publication of Saiman Rushdie 's novel.
2.10 Holby City Faye tries to win Joseph back.
3.10 Axe the Agent? Property show.


Unknown: Saiman Rushdie

: BBC News

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