Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Interviews and a leaf through the papers. Includes 9.00
News; Weather later.
Topical debate from the Oasis Academy in Enfield, Middlesex, with radio talk-show host James O'Brien , and writer Julia Hartley-Brewer .
Nicky Campbell hosts.
In Cambridgeshire, Ben Fogle tries stilt walking and then punting on the River Cam. Including
Weather for the Week Ahead Signed 3am
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Jon Sopel and the team's political analysis, and at 12.30 in-depth local stories. includes News at 12.00.
Paul Hayes helps Tessa Van Den Bergh sell antiques to let her grandson go on a trip to Asia with his hockey team. <s)
2/2. Bruce Forsyth concludes his celebration of popular dance by visiting Cuba, Puerto Rico and America. His travels reveal the Latin influences of rumba, mambo and salsa on disco.
Viewers' opinions, presented by Jeremy Vine.
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Aled Jones catches up with the programme's School Choirs of the Year. He hears how senior winners Twyford High School gave a special performance for Desmond Tutu and joins junior winners Waringstown to record a track for a Children in Need album called
5/5. Destinies. Bea prepares for her wedding to Billy. Writer Roland Moore ; Producer Erika Hossington
Director Steve Hughes Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Lord Lawrence Hoxley:
Lady Ellen Hoxley:
Sqt Dennis Tucker:
Why the Mountains of Mourne are bidding to become Northern Ireland's first national park. Organic food sales are down by 13 per cent this year so what can be done to get us to rediscover our appetite for organics? Including Weather for the Week Ahead. Series producer Teresa Bogan ; Executive producer Andrew Thorman Signed at 2.55am Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
A second helping from a recent visit to Oxford. Items include a bracelet once worn by a princess with a tragic story, expensive ceramics bought at a boot sale and rare documents. Hosted by Fiona Bruce.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
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2/4. Emma continues her attempts to marry off Harriet and Mr Elton. Not interested in marriage herself, she is intrigued by the mysterious and elusive Frank Churchill she hopes to meet soon.
Dramatised by Sandy Welch ; Producer George Ormond
Director Jim O'Hanlon Signed at 1.30am Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 8pm
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George Knightley Jonny:
With Emily Maitlis.
Then Weather with Rob McElwee.
The comedian is joined in Manchester by Jason Manford , John Bishop , Sarah Millican and Mick Ferry. Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Anthony Caveney Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Thoughtful drama adapted from the Booker
Prize-winning novel by Graham Swift , starring
Michael Caine , Bob Hoskins , Tom Courtenay and Helen Mirren. Four Londoners on a journey to scatter a friend's ashes from Margate pier share vivid and often conflicting memories of their past. Review p38. Director Fred Schepisi (2001,15)
Followed by Weatherview
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Last Chance to See 2/6. Northern white rhino.
1.55 Criminal Justice 1/5. Crime drama.
2.55 Holby City Ric operates on Maria.
3.55 The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain
Si King and Dave Myers explore Norfolk.