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Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
With Andrew Marr. Includes
9.00 News; later, Weather.
Editor Barney Jones
Jane Tomlinson prepares for her bike ride across the USA, Michael Portillo uncovers some of the UK's "hidden" churches, while Liz Smith tells how a career in acting has been influenced by her faith. Series producer Emma Worthington
Exec producer Chris Loughlin
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Uncovering some ancient drawers at Eyam Hall, Derbyshire.
John Craven visits Britain's greenest school, in Merseyside, plus the lunar landscape revealed at low tide on Jersey. Includes Weather for the week ahead.
With Jon Sopel. Incl News at 12.00.
At 12.30, local stories with Tim Donovan (London); Paul Siegert (South East); Etholle George (East). Editor James Stephenson
Onslow celebrates his birthday.
A bid to raise funds for a first wedding anniversary.
The rivalry between two yacht racing teams has deadly results. First shown on ITV
For cast see page 36
June Brown appeals on behalf of Age Exchange, which provides therapy for people with memory disorders. Plus charity news. For donation details see Wednesday at
1pm on BBC2
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Huw Edwards celebrates the centenary of the English Hymnal, whose music was chosen by Ralph Vaughan Williams and includes many well-loved traditional tunes.
A garden inspired by Dan Brown's bestseller The Da Vinci Code is showcased tonight, as Alan Titchmarsh looks ahead to the rest of the week's events at the 84th annual festival of flowers from the Royal Hospital showground. There are further visits to south-west London weekdays at 12.30pm and, on BBC2, at 8pm. [Web Address Removed] RT DIRECT: snap up Chelsea: the Greatest Flower Show on Earth by Leslie Geddes-Brown for Â£18 incl p&p (RRP E20). Send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed]call [number removed] (calls cost max 8p) quoting RT or visit [Web Address Removed]. UK delivery only
Show stoppers: page 32; Vote for your favourite flower: page 33; Lavender love affair: page 66
A visit to Warwick Castle in September 2002 yielded valuable cigarette cards, ancient Peruvian figures, and a vase worth a huge amount. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis www.bbc.co.uk/antiques Homes & Antiques magazine: June issue out now, price E3.30
With Jane Hill. Regional News
Weather with Dan Corbett. ei
7/10. On the dance-floor menu tonight are the milonga and the lindyhop. How will the exacting judges react? Before the end of the show, one of the five remaining couples will be given the heave-ho. Hosted by Graham Norton. Coverage continues on BBC3 at 9.30pm.
Love and Marriage. Geraldine is unprepared for a shock revelation prior to Hugo and Alice's wedding in this Emmy Award-winning episode from 1998. Writers Paul Mayhew Archer and Richard Curtis ; Director
Dewi Humphreys ; Producers Jon Plowman and Sue Vertue
Presented by Jane Hill.
Weather with John Hammond.
New series Fingerprints in the Dock. In a report originally scheduled for last Sunday, Shelley Jofre looks at how a routine inquiry in Scotland saw two people erroneously accused of serious crimes, undermining trust in fingerprinting as a forensic tool. Producers Thea Guest and Graeme Mcaulay Signed repeat on Thursday at 12.25am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news. its subject matter may change
Satirical comedy drama set in the Washington office of a network television station. Producer Jane Craig finds herself attracted to smooth presenter
Tom Grunick - despite his approach to journalism being at complete odds to her own. Review page 52.
Director James L Brooks (1987, 15)
Followed by Weatherview
Holby City An inquiry into a patient's death puts Nick and Diane's actions into question.
2.05 The Line of Beauty 1/3. Andrew Davies 's dramatisation of Alan Hollinghurst 's novel set in the 1980s. Contains strong language and sexual scenes.
3.05 The Armstrongs 7/8. Wry docusoap about a couple who run a double-glazing firm.
3.35 A Seaside Parish 2/10. The vicar of Boscastle visits
Thailand's tsunami-hit coastline.
4.05 Downsize Me 1/9. A mother and daughter are looking for a dream home in mid-Wales.
It's 1983 and Oxford graduate Nick Guest is adopted by the rich, privileged family of Tory MP Gerald Fedden. Nick is drawn into the seductive world of the Feddens and London's gay scene. Show more
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