Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Premier League highlights.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: out weekly, price El.90
It's on your marks for the 29th staging of the annual event, as more than 30,000 runners compete, many for fun. First off at 9.00 is the women's event, then at 9.20 the wheelchair races and 9.45 the men's and mass events. The 2008 men's race was won by Kenya's
Martin Lei. In the women's event Britain's best hope lies with Mara Yamauchi , while
Britain's David Weir is looking for his fourth consecutive win in the men's wheelchair event. Sue Barker presents. Coverage continues on BBC2.
Digital viewers can press red from
8.30am for a choice of races to follow
Costume drama: page 32
Live coverage of the fourth round of the championship (start time 1.00). Brazilian
Felipe Massa will be aiming for his third consecutive victory at the Bahrain International Circuit. Presented by Jake Humphrey. Highlights are at 7pm on BBC3. F1 Digital viewers can press red for alternative commentary and, from 3pm, for a post-race forum (limited options on Freeview)
With Jon Sopel. Including
News at 3.00, and at 3.30 in-depth local stories.
Beginning today's two-part omnibus. Concludes on BBC2. Cast Thursday/Friday
Diane Louise Jordan visits Windsor Castle to discover what life is like within the walls. The Choir of St George's Chapel perform Jubilate Deo by Benjamin Britten, and hymns include Jerusalem, Love Divine and O Jesus, I Have Promised.
2/10; series 32. The Mother of All Mistakes - or Is It?
Adopted as a baby, Hobbo is determined to trace his natural mother. He has found out where she lives, but how should he approach the poor woman to tell her?
Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Then Weather with Alex Deakin.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury explore the South
Downs to find out what difference its new national park status will make, while John Craven investigates fishing guotas. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producers Teresa Bogan and Andrew Tomlinson ; Exective editor Andrew Thorman Signed Mud, Sweat and Tractors: the Story of Agriculture follows at 8pm on BBC4 BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3.40
The Alison Graham column: page 47
The show kicks off with all the action from the red carpet as the stars arrive at the Royal Festival Hall for one of the most prestigious TV awards ceremonies of the year. Then it's a short walk inside where Graham Norton is on stage to introduce the star-studded event. Nominees include Stephen Fry , Harry Hill , Ant and Dec, June Brown ,
Maxine Peake and Rob Brydon , while among the programme contenders are EastEnders, Top Gear The Apprentice, The X Factor, Doctor Who, The Wire and Dexter.
Producer Melony Smith ; Executive producer Katherine Allen The Graham Norton Show Uncut is at 11.20pm on BBC2
And the winners are: page 23
With Jane Hill.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary.
11/13; series two. London, Of Course. Ellen hires her own investigator to link Patty and Frobisher to David's murder, and Claire has a plan.
Repeated on Tuesday at 11.35pm Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Romantic comedy starring Gerard Depardieu and Andie MacDowell. Bronte Parrish is talked into marrying a French musician to enable him to qualify for US citizenship. Their "paper marriage", however, arouses suspicions. Review page 40.
Director Peter Weir (1990, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats not indicated.
The Planners Are Coming 8/8. A man is reported for building a hay barn on greenbelt land.
4/6. Olive and Jimmy enter the choir for the North West Choral heats.
Toby Buckland appraises alternatives to peat.