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Actress Anjelica Huston talks about lite after death, while ex-Spice Girl Mel C sings live and offers her take on the week's events.
With Max Flint and Anita Anand. Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
"JNTACT: call [number removed]060 (national rate), emai1 heaven@bbc.co.uk; text HEV to (standard rate); visit www.bbc.co.uk/heaven

Contributors

Talks:
Anjelica Huston
Unknown:
Max Flint
Producer:
Abigail Saxon
Producer:
Chris Loughlin

John Craven checks out the restoration of fenland habitats in Cambridgeshire. Plus why the beekeeping industry is coming under threat. Includes weather for the week ahead. (S1

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven

With Jeremy Vine. Last in series.
At 12.25, local stories with (London) Tim Donovan ; (South
East) Peter Henley ; (East) Etholle George. Including 12.00 News. Editor James Stephenson

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeremy Vine.
Unknown:
Tim Donovan
Unknown:
Peter Henley
Unknown:
Etholle George.
Editor:
James Stephenson

Final-round coverage from St Andrews , where four days of intense play reach their climax.
It will have to be something special to outdo the history-making result when the tournament was staged here in 2000. On that
Occasion, Tiger Woods 's victory made him the youngest player to win all four Majors, joining a select group that includes Jack Nicklaus , Ben Hogan and Gary
Player. Woods's fellow American, Todd Hamilton , took the title last year after a dramatic play-off against South Africa's Ernie Els.
Who will be collecting the cheque for £720,000 and the famous Claret Jug on the 134th staging of the tournament?
With Steve Rider. Highlights are at 10.30pm on BBC2. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can select dedicated coverage of a leading group, see regularly updated highlights and view a live leaderboard of scores from every player on the course

Contributors

Unknown:
St Andrews
Unknown:
Tiger Woods
Unknown:
Jack Nicklaus
Unknown:
Ben Hogan
Unknown:
Todd Hamilton
Unknown:
Ernie Els.
Unknown:
Steve Rider.

Written evidence of a payment for secret services made by King George I , furniture from Estonia, a Russian cigarette box and a Portuguese garden chair come to light when the experts visit Oban, on the west coast of Scotland. Presenter Michael Aspel even finds his own treasure chest. Plus another chance to see a classic clip from past series.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: new edition out now, E3.30

Contributors

Unknown:
King George I
Presenter:
Michael Aspel
Producer:
Michele Burgess
Producer:
Christopher Lewis

New series 1/6. Catchphrase-happy antiques expert David Dickinson donates E50,000 of his own money to six novice traders whom he must transform into professional dealers in just six weeks. Their brief is to buy, restore and sell quality artefacts at a prestigious antiques fair. Any profit they make will be shared, but all losses will be the benefactor's to bear.
David uses an antiques eliminator test to pick his team from the hundreds of applicants. The lucky six discover the details of the challenge - including David's involvement - only when he pays them a surprise visit at home. How will they all react?
Series producer Anthony Philipson ; Executive producer Chris Kelly David Dickinson answers One Final Question: page

Contributors

Unknown:
David Dickinson
Producer:
Anthony Philipson
Producer:
Chris Kelly
Producer:
David Dickinson

New series 1/3. Men and women are just the same - aren't they? The results of a BBC gender survey of 500,000 people worldwide provide revealing answers as ten men and women undergo a raft of experiments to uncover the real differences between the sexes.
Brainsex. Partners Liz and Craig disagree on who's the most empathetic - until a brain scan settles the argument. Meanwhile, in a television first, the true effects of sex hormones on the brain are revealed by following the experiences of 29-year-old Max. Under the influence of monthly testosterone injections, she goes through a sex change from female to male. Presented by Dr Sandra Scott.
Producer Peter Leonard ; Series producer Sara Woodford What sex is your brain?: page 26

Contributors

Presented By:
Dr Sandra Scott.
Producer:
Peter Leonard
Producer:
Sara Woodford

Stylish erotic thriller starring Richard Gere, Diane Lane and Olivier Martinez. Married couple Edward and Connie Sumner seem to have the perfect life in suburban New York. But a chance encounter with handsome stranger Paul in Manhattan leads Connie to fall headlong into a steamy affair. Review page 49.
(2002, 15)

Contributors

Director:
Adrian Lyne
Edward Sumner:
Richard Gere
Constance Connie Sumner:
Diane Lane
Paul Martel:
Olivier Martinez
Bill Stone:
Chad Lowe
Tracy:
Kate Burton
Sally:
Margaret Colin
Charlie Sumner:
Erik Per Sullivan
Frank Wilson:
Dominic Chianese
Detective Dean:
Zeljko Ivanek
Detective Mirojnick:
Gary Basaraba
Gloria Myra:
Lucretia Taylor

The original line-up of the 1980s pop idols - Simon Le Bon , Nick Rhodes , Andy Taylor , John Taylor and Roger Taylor - return to the stage for their first UK tour together for 18 years. Filmed at Wembley Arena in April 2004, the concert includes classic songs such as Planet
Earth, Rio, Girls on Film, The Reflex and Save a Prayer. Director Lawrence Jordan ; Producers Daniel E Catullo III , Jack Gulick
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Le Bon
Unknown:
Nick Rhodes
Unknown:
Andy Taylor
Unknown:
John Taylor
Unknown:
Roger Taylor
Director:
Lawrence Jordan
Producers:
Daniel E Catullo Iii
Producers:
Jack Gulick

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