Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Interviews and a leaf through the Sunday papers. Includes
News at 9.00. is)
Topical debate with Steve Jones and Leo McKinstry.
Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis, and at 11.40 in-depth local stories. Includes News at 11.00, 12.00 plus
Weather for the Week Ahead.
The spectacular 5.338km
Istanbul Park track features 14 testing turns (start time 1.00). Introduced by Jake Humphrey. Jonathan Legard and Martin Brundle commentate. Highlights at 7pm on BBC3.
Digital viewers can press red for I alternative commentary and on-board camera, from 3.20pm for a post-race forum followed by highlights
With Jeremy Vine. CONTACT: email@example.com, [number removed](max 8p per min from landlines; other networks vary), or write to POV. BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1AY
What makes London's Trafalgar Square such an icon? Architect Maxwell Hutchinson meets Ralph McTell and Monsignor Bruce Kent to find out. With traditional hymns from St
8/10. In Which Romance Springs a Leak. Toby sees that going back to his ex-wife is preferable to living alone.
Writer Roy Clarke Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
With Nicholas Owen.
Regional News; Weather with Susan Powell.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the Chilterns to mark the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of red kites. Including Weather for the Week Ahead. Series producer Teresa Bogan ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: E3.40
New series. 1/8. Drama starring Alex Kingston , Annette Crosbie and Ronni Ancona about four female ex-cons planning to live out their lives on a Barbados beach. When their scheme goes terribly wrong, the women end up in a remote Highland village.
Writers Ann McManus , Maureen Chadwick and Liz Lake
Producer Brian Park ; Director Sheree Folkson
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel "I've never played the ingenue": page 20 The Alison Graham column: page 45
Ann Marie Cairncross:
12/12. After 11 weeks, it's time for Sir Alan to choose his next apprentice. The two finalists have three days to create and brand a new box of chocolates before launching them to an audience of over industry experts. Some of this year's fired ex-candidates return to help. The Apprentice - You're Hired follows. Executive producer Michele Kurland ; Series editor Colm Martin
Repeated tomorrow at 12.20am on BBC2
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Moment of the Week: p5; The firing squad: p12
Pick of the Day: The Apprentice 9.00pm BBC1
Reality: As Sir Alan Sugar is fond of reminding his candidates, "First prize: you get to work for me... Second prize: don't exist." Which is a cruel blow when the finalists are as top-notch as they are this year: Sugar needs the judgement of Solomon to make "the most difficult decision I've ever made in this boardroom".
But before that we have the final task to enjoy, inventing a new brand of chocolates. And before that we have that revealing scene where our finalists get to pick their own teams, as fired candidates stand around like kids in a playground trying not to be picked last for rounders.
As they help on the task, it's soon clear they haven't changed their spots. Only one-track-minded Ben, the Northern Irishman who looks like Dustin Hoffman, could seriously suggest naming a box of chocolates after a sex act. And Phil's still harping on about Pantsman, for heaven's sake. The chance to play choreographer for the day ("And five, six, seven, eight...") is the only thing that can shut him up.
It makes for an enjoyable end to another terrific series. Sir Alan will see you now. David Butcher Moment of the week: page 5 The firing squad: page 12
12/12. Hear from the winner, the runner-up and the boss himself as they look back on the series. A guest panel including Jonathan Ross and Ruby Wax will be on hand to congratulate the winner. Executive producer Michele Kurland ; Editor Sally Dixon
Repeated on Tuesday at 12.20am on BBC2
With Nicholas Owen.
Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary.
Highlights from England's final group match of the Twenty20 World Cup, against Pakistan at The Oval.
More highlights tomorrow at 11.20pm, BBC2. (S)
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next Saturday on BBC2
Dick Emery. A conman and his sidekick make a small fortune and set off for Switzerland. But their plans go awry after selling a dog. Review p36. Director Cliff Owen (1972, PG)
Followed by Weatherview
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Everest ER 1/5. Life in the base camp clinic.
2.45 Holby City Jac seeks a distraction.
3.40 English Heritage 1/4. Behind the scenes with the organisation that preserves historic architecture.