Presented by Mishal Husain and Bill Turnbull.
Including fun with Trollz, BB3B and What's New Scooby-Doo?
Digital viewers can go behind scenes and access extra footage of guests
Premiership highlights. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm on BBC1
Lynda La Plante - creator of The Commander which returns to ITV1 tomorrow at 9pm - reflects on her strong women characters, Carol Thatcher selects news stories, and Roy Hattersley considers the dilemmas for vicars who conduct funerals for non-believers.
Series producer Abigail Saxon
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Carol Thatcher on Pinochet: page 13
John Craven travels to Bewl
Water in Kent for the start of its fly-fishing season, and Charlotte Smith looks at the conflict between conservation and commerce when she meets some mussel fishermen.
Incl Weather for the week ahead. Series producer Teresa Bogan ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
Presented by Clare Balding .
12.40 MotoGP Live coverage from Jerez, Spain, as the MotoGP season begins. Valentino Rossi will once again be the man to beat, having clinched his fifth successive title last year. Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentate. VIDEO Plus+ code for 12.40-2.00
2.00 Winter Paralympics
Highlights from Turin, where
Britain had high hopes of a first ever gold medal with their world championship-winning men's curling team.
3.00 Rugby Action from the Premiership clash between
London Irish and Sale Sharks.
3.20 Commonwealth Games
2006 A look back at Melbourne's most memorable moments.
Producers Julie Griffiths (Paralympics), Belinda Rogerson (MotoGP)
Diver Tanya Streeter encounters the diverse marine life of Belize's vast underwater cave known as the Blue Hole, and of the world's second largest barrier reef. Producer Scott Alexander ; Series producer Wendy Darke
The King Cobra and I. The world's largest venomous snake can rear up to a height of 6ft and emit enough poison to kill an elephant. To the relief of many, the species is in decline, yet Romulus Whitaker is fighting its corner as he tries to set up a sanctuary in India.
Producer Harry Marshall ; Series editor Tim Martin
Including performances from the Strokes, Ne-Yo, Morrissey, Pink, Journey South and the Streets.
Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Mark Cooper TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: now published monthly, price E2.10
Family Reunion. Series four. When Lois is repeatedly insulted at Hal's family get-together, the boys plan revenge. With Christopher Lloyd.
New Zealand. It's manna from heaven for lovers of the outdoors, but New Zealand's fickle weather can take the unprepared by surprise. Mears meets those who have faced death on the islands' mountains and speaks to an ex-deer culler and members of the Maori communities, who impart their survival techniques. Director Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Dick Colthurst
Derek Jacobi takes the lead in this powerful drama charting General Pinochet's enforced exile under house arrest in the UK from October 1998 to spring 2000. As Amnesty International and Chilean exiles campaign tirelessly to see the former dictator face trial for atrocities under his regime, old ally Lady
Thatcher (Anna Massey ) comes out of retirement to lobby for his release. Will Home Secretary Jack Straw be forced into making an embarrassing U-turn?
Writer/Producer/Director Richard Curson Smith General Pinochet features in Chile: the Other 9/11 at 10.35pm on BBC4 Anna Massey is in To Be a Pilgrim on Friday at 2.15pm on Radio 4 Carol Thatcher on Pinochet: page 13
Ex-Manchester United skipper Steve Bruce took his struggling Birmingham City side to Old Trafford,
Middlesbrough played host to Bolton, and Charlton met Newcastle at the Valley. With Adrian Chiles.
Producer Paul Foster : Editor Mark Demuth
Family Guy Viewer Mail #1. As Brian and Stewie sift through viewers' letters, three bizarre stories evolve, including one where the clan gain superpowers.
11.55 When You Wish upon a Weinstein. Will Chris convert to Judaism? Apparently he'll perform better at school. Last in series. First shown on Sky One
Visceral, intelligent horror starring Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle. After being bitten by a werewolf, a teenager finds her budding sexuality fusing with lycanthropic traits, with murderous results. Review page 48.
Director John Fawcett (2000,18)
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2.00 Why? Literacy skills in work and play.
3.00 Reading Skills 40027 4.00 Ask the Authors 65824 5.00 Getting Published <S)