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Gene Robinson, the US bishop whose homosexuality provoked a storm, is live in the studio. Plus Corrie actor William Roache 's topical review and 1960s folk star Donovan on reincarnation.
Series producer Abigail Saxon ; Exec
Producer Chris Loughlin

Contributors

Unknown:
William Roache
Producer:
Abigail Saxon
Producer:
Chris Loughlin

How intelligent is your average farm animal? And how are wild boar used to manage landscape around Loch Ness ? Includes weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Andrew Tomlinson ; Exec producer Andrew Thorman

Contributors

Unknown:
Loch Ness
Producer:
Andrew Tomlinson
Producer:
Andrew Thorman

Jon Sopel and the team present their unique view of politics. Including 12.00 News.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Peter Henley (South East); Etholle George (East) Editor James Stephenson

Contributors

Unknown:
Jon Sopel
Unknown:
Tim Donovan
Unknown:
Peter Henley
Editor:
James Stephenson

Chasetown v Oldham Athletic
An FA Cup first-round tie against one-time semi-finalists gives the Staffordshire non-league side their biggest match to date (kick-off 1.10). With Ray Stubbs. Followed by the draw for the second round.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Paul Armstrong Match of the Day 2 is 10.30pm on BBC2

Contributors

Presenter:
Ray Stubbs.
Match analysis:
Mark Bright.
Studio analysis:
Neil Warnock.
producer:
Ian Finch
Editor:
Paul Armstrong

A couple who sold their business to work as missionaries in Africa and a City whizzkid who's become a teacher - Pam Rhodes meets people who've made unexpected changes to their lives. Music includes Great Is Thy Faithfulness and All Once Held Dear <S)

Contributors

Unknown:
Pam Rhodes

Brushes used by local artist LS Lowry and a little light reading - a hangman's diaries - are among the finds in Rochdale, Greater Manchester. With Michael Aspel.

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Aspel.
Producer:
Michele Burgess
Series Editor:
Simon Shaw

2/6. Bodywork. The whimsical, sentimental drama continues with George (Robson Green ) realising that he must involve others if his rocket dream is to survive.
Writer Alison Hume ; Producer Philip Leach ; Director Jon East

Contributors

Unknown:
Robson Green
Unknown:
Alison Hume
Producer:
Philip Leach
Director:
Jon East
George Stevenson:
Robson Green
Barney Scott:
Charles Dale
Diane Scott:
Alison Newman
Huw Masters:
Dave Hill
Lloyd Edwards:
Philip Whitchurch
Angela Stevenson:
Lucy Evans
Tom Stevenson:
John Rhys Halliwell
David Shiner Owen:
Kal Owen
Mary Hughes:
Janine Wood
Pam Tomlyn:
Kay Bridgeman
Ed Fernandez:
Marcus Smith
Ceri Devoy:
Marie Lewis
Sarah Kennedy:
Laura Lonsdale
Mr McNulty:
Peter McNally
Barbara Masters:
Maureen Bennett
Caleb McNulty:
Blair Dunlop

Facing the Pandemic. As fears grow of a new strain of avian flu that could kill millions, the first of two investigations reveals the results of a four-month study on the chances of the H5N1 bird-flu virus jumping the species barrier and triggering a human pandemic. Jane Corbin reports. Concludes next week. Producer Angeli Mehta ; Editor Mike Robinson Rptd with signing on Thursday at 12.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown:
Jane Corbin
Producer:
Angeli Mehta
Editor:
Mike Robinson Rptd

1/11. 52 BC: Julius Caesar defeats the Gauls, but there are fears he may return to Rome as a dictator. Continues on Wednesday at 9pm on BBC2.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown:
Julius Caesar

Mars and the Ring of Fire. A star-studded garden party of a different kind as Patrick Moore and his guests enjoy an exceptional view of the red planet. Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated in an extended version
Tuesday 8.30pm on BBC4. plus next Saturday on BBC2

Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Moore
Producer:
Jane Fletcher

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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