Julia Bradbury and Jules Hudson head to Kent, the county famed as the Garden of England. Julia takes part in the annual hop harvest while Jules meets a family putting British apples back on the map. Includes Weather for the Week Ahead.
Series producer Teresa Brogan ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Signed at 2.45am BBC COUNTRYFILE MAGAZINE: out monthly, r3.40
More from Southwell, Nottinghamshire, where a pocket watch made by Britain's finest watchmaker is among the finds. Presented by Fiona Bruce.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
1/10; series eight. Magdalene 26. In the first of a two-part episode a naked woman is wandering the streets with no memory. When her DNA matches that found on a 1966 crime scene, Boyd has a hot case to deal with as well as his cold case. But how are the two connected? Part two is tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer Declan Croghan ; Producer Colin Wratten
Director Andy Hay ALISON GRAHAM ON GORY DRAMAS: radiotimes.com/gory-dramas Best in their field: page 16
A triumphant homecoming show for the singer filmed at Madison Square Garden, New York City, in August last year and featuring many of his biggest hits.
Director Hamish Hamilton
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Artificial Intelligence ****
Science-fiction drama directed by Steven Spielberg , starring Jude Law and Haley Joel Osment. In the future, a prototype robot child is delivered to the Swinton family. But can it replace the sick son that the family has had cryogenically frozen until a cure is found for his terminal illness? Review page 48.
Director Steven Spielberg (2001,12)
Prof Hobby (the Visionary):
Patrick Moore is joined by experts John Rogers and David Rothery to examine a new scar left on Jupiter's gas cloud. Extended repeat tomorrow at 7.30pm on BBC4, and repeated next Saturday on BBC2 Followed by Weatherview
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