Presented by Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
(Shown yesterday at 10.20pm)
(Match of the Day 2 is at 10.30pm on BBC2)
David Frost and guests discuss the big issues of the day. Including 9.30 News; Weather.
The Apprentice's Alan Sugar discusses what fires him, spiritually. Also on the show that explores beliefs, singer/songwriter Loudon Wainwright III puts his slant on the week's news and performs live. With Max Flint and Anita Anand. Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin The Apprentice concludes Wed BBC2 9pm
John Craven on ways to enjoy the great outdoors, Ben Fogle goes mountain boarding, and Charlotte Smith walks along the Wolds Way in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Plus weather for the week ahead.
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
From 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South East); Etholle
George (East). Incl 12.00 News. Editor James Stephenson Meet the political editors: page 22 The telegenic cabinet: page 26
Wollaton Fair in Nottinghamshire welcomes the show.
Hyacinth gives rich Mrs Fortescue a haphazard lift into town.
The Reasonable Doubt Mystery The priest investigates a man who lied in a murder case.
For cast see page 43
Viewers' opinions on BBC TV, with Terry Wogan. CONTACT: email email@example.com, text [number removed], call [number removed] (local rate), or write to POV, BBC Birmingham. The Mailbox, Birmingham B1 1RF
At Gateshead on Tyneside,
Jonathan Edwards discovers how the words of an Old Testament
Prophet have inspired the region to build for the future. Hymns and songs include How Great Thou
Art and In Christ Alone.
The top short breaks, including shopping in Tuscany and a stay at a spa resort in Ireland. Kate Thornton has the details, plus there's advice from travel experts. Director Duncan Coates ; Series producer Karen Mackinder
The McDonaghs of Jamieson Street. The trio try to track down the woman who escaped Smiler's clutches.
Writer Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan JW Bell RT DIRECT: Last of the Summer Wine series 1 and 2 on VHS is just E29.99 or DVD for £26.99. Series 2 and 3 on VHS is E19.99 or DVD for E24.99 incl p&p. To order call [number removed]3850 (national rate)
A visit to the Wiltshire garrison town of Tidworth yields an exquisite regimental silver centrepiece, rare French porcelain, valuable toys and a sardine tin with a history. Introduced by Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (RXS) www.bbc.co.uk/antiques 20th Century Roadshow is on Thursday at 8pm
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With Matthew Amroliwala. Regional
News; Weather with Helen Young.
Then Party Election Broadcast Liberal Democrats.
r Harrison Ford returns as intrepid archaeologist
Indiana Jones in this rousing second entry in the action adventure series. On the trail of fortune and glory in Shanghai, Indy is launched on a dangerous new quest that takes him to India via the Himalayas. With his companion Short Round and nightclub singer Willie Scott , Indy goes in search of the magical Sankara stone and uncovers an ancient evil that threatens all who come into contact with it. Review page 52.
Director Steven Spielberg (1984, PG)
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Helen Young. (5)
I Violent action thriller starring Bruce Willis ,
Richard Gere and Sidney Poitier. An FBI team must track down the ruthless assassin - known as the Jackal - hired by a Russian Mafia boss to avenge the death of his brother. But the killer is a master of disguise and finding him proves problematic. Review page 52.
Director Michael Caton-Jones (1997, 18)
Eye on the Universe. The
Hubble Space Telescope revolutionised astronomy by providing an amazing insight into our universe. As it reaches the end of its life, Patrick Moore and Professor Gerry Gilmore look back on 15 years of highs and lows. Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated tomorrow on BBC4 and next Saturday on BBC2
Followed by Weatherview
In its 15 years, the Hubble Space Telescope has revolutionised astronomy with it's amazing insight into our Universe. Patrick Moore talks to Professor Gerry Gilmore about its highs and lows.