Presented by Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin.
Guest presenter Sue MacGregor interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers. Including at 9.00 News plus weather later.
In this week's show for body, mind and soul, actress and singer Claire Sweeney talks to Alice Beer about fame and fate. Millionaire Reuben Singh takes Dominic Holland on a tour of Manchester's Sikh community while Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly host the regular studio debate.
Producer Zoe Callan
Series producer Abigail Saxon
Nadia Sawalha and Ingrid Tarrant deliver messages, including a confession from a daughter, a fiance banishing jealousy and an apology for the theft of a garden gnome.
A look at issues of concern in the countryside, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead.
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Born to Be Wildwith Martin Clunes
Martin Clunes assists a team from the Born Free Foundation in the release of a 26-year-old elephant brought up in a sanctuary. Show more
Swashbuckling comedy adventure.
Determined to join the Musketeers, King Louis XIII 's elite personal guard, D'Artagnan soon lands himself in trouble. Meanwhile, powerful plots are afoot in Paris, and it is up to Athos, Porthos and Aramis of the Musketeers to stop them.
Review page 39.
Richard is unhappy with Hyacinth's elaborate plan to turn him into an executive with the help of golf.
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Cast Tuesday/Thursday (5)
Sally Magnusson returns to her home town, Glasgow, to present tonight's show featuring Scottish ceilidhs and visiting troubadour Martyn Joseph. Among the hymns are Lord of All Hopefulness and 0 Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go. Producer Norman Stone
Editor Hugh Faupel
A behind-the-scenes special celebrating the start of the silver jubilee series. Experts and regular viewers recall highlights from the last 25 years, while the American version of the show proves an eye-opener. A new series begins next week. Producer Paul O'Dell ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 1.05am Some of the public's fantastic finds: page 30
Off the Beaten Track. Craig Doyle visits the southern Indian state of Kerala. Josie d'Arby discovers there's a quiet side to the popular destination of Cyprus. Jeremy
Sheffield goes on safari in South Africa, and John Nichol and his dog escape to the Pembrokeshire National Park.
Series producer Anne Taylor ; Executive producer John Comerford
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Monarch of the Glen
Archie's vision for Glenbogle collides with Golly's, while a surprise he has in store for Lexie backfires.
Sarah Smart and Joseph McFadden head the cast as star-crossed lovers in the first in a new three-part drama
- set against the backdrop of the Yorkshire Moors.
Family opposition to the love between working class Carol Bolton and middle class Andrew Lawton increases after
Carol accidentally starts a fire at the Lawtons' home.
Written by Sally Wainwright
Producer Derek Wax ; Director Robin Sheppard
With Jane Hill. Weather with David Braine.
Recalling the scenes of public grief that accompanied the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, five years ago. The programme features the stories of those who took part in the service, including the Welsh Guards who carried her coffin.
J Comedy western starring Woody Harrelson and Kiefer Sutherland. A mismatched pair of rodeo riders team up to find a missing friend. Widescreen. Review page 39.
Director Gregg Champion (1994, 12)
Followed by Weatherview (wj
Sci-fi drama. Most of mankind has left the Earth but two remaining factions descend to conflict. Review page 40. Director Rob Nilsson (1998.18)