Presented by Simon McCoy and Kate Silverton.
Highlights from the first day of the new Premiership season. See yesterday's choice.
Shown yesterday at 10.25pm
Peter Sissons and his guests discuss the day's big issues. Including 9.30 News; Weather.
Edwina Currie , alternative therapist Dr Mosaraf AN, business expert
Simon Woodroffe and children's author GP Taylor guest on the show that explores beliefs. With Max Flint and Anita Anand.
Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin INTACT call [number removed]1060 (national rate), email heavendtobccauK text HEV to (standard rate); visit www.bbcco.uk/heaven
Why are small rural shows so important to the agricultural community? John Craven finds out in Powys. And Adam Henson meets the man updating a famous set of walking guides. Including weather for the week ahead.
12.00 News; Weather
Live coverage of the women's marathon in Helsinki, where Paula Radcliffe is tipped to win her first major championship title. injury forced the British world record holder to abandon the marathon and the 10,000m at last year's Olympics in Athens. However, subseguent marathon wins in New York and London suggest a return to top form.
With Hazel Irvine. More coverage on BBC Radio 5 Live at 1pm INTERACTIVE digital viewers can access a medals table and news
For cast see page 41
Highlights from the past year, including the Princess Royal on the role of carers, the PoWs who found peace by returning to
Japan, and an unsung hero from Widnes, Lancashire. Hymns include Lord How Majestic You Are and All Once Held Dear. AS) Nominate unsung heroes and view entry details for next year's school choirs contest at www.bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise
The tenth championships in Helsinki reach a thrilling climax as the final seven gold medals are decided.
Coverage begins with the men's high jump final, then:
5.30 Men's 800m final. Is Yuriy Borzakovskiy on track to add to his Olympic title? At Athens, the Russian surged from fifth place to snatch a surprise victory from South Africa's Mbulaeni Mulaudzi.
5.40 Women's javelin final
5.55 Women's 1500m final. With Olympic gold medallist Kelly Holmes out of action, a strong Russian contingent led by former 5,000m champion Olga Yegorova should be in the frame.
6.20 Men's 5,000m final. Injury rules out a re-run of the dramatic battle between Morocco's
Hicham El Guerrouj and Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele in Athens, where El Guerrouj became the first man since 1924 to clinch the 1500m and 5,000m double.
6.55 Women's 4x400m relay final. Will US athletes dominate in both the women's and men's events?
7.20 Men's 4x400m relay final. Britain narrowly missed out on a medal in Athens - will
Tim Benjamin and co be in luck this time around?
Introduced by Sue Barker , with Michael Johnson ,
Colin Jackson and Jonathan Edwards. Commentary comes from Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster , with trackside reports from Sally Gunnell and Hazel Irvine.
Executive producer Martin Webster ; Executive editor
Dave Gordon www.bbc.co.uk/athletics BBC Radio 5 Live has coverage from 1pm in Sport on 5 INTERACTIVE; digital viewers can access a medals table and news
With Fiona Bruce. Regional News
Weather with Darren Bett.
Splendid swashbuckling action adventure starring Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins. Twenty years after his last appearance, legendary hero Zorro returns to battle Don Rafael Montero , now the self-styled ruler of mid-19th-century California. But is this the original "Robin Hood of Mexico" or a younger incarnation who now defends the rights of lowly peasants? Review page 50.
Director Martin Campbell (1998, PG)
Postponed from last Wednesday
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather with John Hammond. <s)
Reporter John Ware has spent the weeks since the London bombings of 7 July, which claimed the lives of 52 people, talking to leaders of Britain's Muslim communities. In this special edition of the current affairs stalwart he asks them what makes young men commit such appalling atrocities, and how they plan to tackle the growth of extremism in their midst. Producers Dai Richards , Jonathan Brunert ; Editor Mike Robinson
www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change
Goofy comedy starring Martin Lawrence as an attendant at a medieval theme park, who wakes up in 14th-century England after a bump on the head and battles against an evil king. Review page 50.
Director Gil Junger (2001, PG) Film Highlights: page 44
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