Presented by Bill Turnbull and Jules Botfield.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including 9.00 News, plus weather later.
In the first of four services marking Advent, the Rev David Day joins the choir and congregation of Wakefield Cathedral in West Yorkshire and asks, why does Christmas make us look at life in a new way?
Hymns include Christ the Apple Tree and Lo! He Comes
Nadia Sawalha and Ingrid Tarrant deliver messages of luck and love to two students.
Countryside issues, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead.
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Topical interviews and political reports, with John Humphrys. Including 12.00 News.
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Hyacinth meets the special guest of the ladies' luncheon club. Featuring Nigel Davenport.
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Insect Hunters. Mammals that hunt insects once shared the planet with the dinosaurs. In the second part of his new series, David Attenborough meets bats, anteaters and pangolins. Shown last Wednesday
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To mark World Aids Day, new regular presenter
Jonathan Edwards, the Olympic and world champion triple jumper, visits the Wola Nani project in Cape
Town, South Africa. Music comes from Ladysmith Black Mambazo and the people of Blackburn, who join the cathedral choir to sing carols for Advent, including 0 Come, 0 Come Emmanuel and Hills of the North Rejoice and Lo! He Comes with Clouds Descending. [Web Address Removed]
The Lost Weekend. With the children away, Ben and Susan don't know what do.
Shown last Thursday
Leeds Town Hall is the setting for an extraordinary range of artefacts, including two diamond rings and a permit for carrying a cigarette lighter. Presented by Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 12.45am BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price £2.95
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Rolf on Art
French post-Impressionist Henri Rousseau painted one of Rolf Harris's favourite paintings, Tiger in a Tropical Storm (also known as Surprised!). Rolf attempts his own version of a jungle scene. Show more
Charlie Dimmock returns to an organic dairy farm in Lancaster where, two years earlier, her transformation of an untidy play area into a garden was met with a decidedly underwhelmed reaction. With Tommy Walsh and Alan Titchmarsh.
Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam 84 Ground Force goes to Italy on Thursday at 8.30pm Bamboo offer: page 43
Recognised as a hugely influential prophet in Christianity, Judaism and Islam, Moses outlined a basis for morality which has lasted over 3,000 years. Using the latest scientific evidence and dramatic reconstruction, Jeremy Bowen chronicles the life of the great spiritual leader, finds explanations for some of the miraculous events that were recorded, and assesses his legacy.
Producer JeanClaude Bragard; Executive producer Alan Bookbinder Fact or fiction?: page 28
Damian Lewis and Greta Scacchi star in an irreverent take on the life and times of imprisoned Tory Jeffrey Archer. Continues after the news at 10.15pm.
Written and directed by Guy Jenkin ; Producer Chrissy Skinns
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Greta Scacchi stars in White Mischief at 11.30pm
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The latest news. Weather Darren Bett.
Concluding tonight's satirical drama.
Bullied to Death? Ross McWilliam investigates the deaths of four young soldiers at Deepcut Army barracks in Surrey. Producer Jane Macsorley ; Editor Mike Robinson Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 2am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news, its subject matter may change
Historical drama starring
Charles Dance , Greta Scacchi and Joss Ackland. Untouched by the realities of the Second World War, the British aristocrats in Kenya lead a decadent life. Widescreen. Review page 56. Director Michael Radford (1987, 18)
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Drama starring William Hurt as a lonely, middle-aged Welsh postmaster who wants to become a foster parent. Review page 56.
Director Chris Menges (1993, 12)