Regional Variations (2)
Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Presented by Susanna Reid and Charlie Stayt.
Andrew Marr 's weekly review.
Includes 9.00 News; later. Weather. Editor Barney Jones
fame Academy's David Grant assesses the press,
Michael Portillo seeks out "hidden gem" churches, and couples talk about marrying outside their faith.
Producer Emma Worthington CONTACT: call [number removed] (costs vary): email email@example.com; text HEV to (standard rate); visit www.bbc.co.uk/heaven
At Wetherby racecourse in West Yorkshire.
The people and the stories at the heart of the British countryside. John Craven meets the French wine experts who are visiting a Kent vineyard to sample the competition. Show more
A car enthusiast needs money to buy a brand new monster motor. Producer Andrew Snowbow
Death by Demographics. A tale of slaughter at a radio station.
First shown on ITV
For cast see page 32
Likeable musical comedy sequel starring Whoopi Goldberg as Las Vegas singer Deloris Van Cartier, who is persuaded once again to don the habit. Review page 48.
Director Bill Duke (1993, PG)
Eamonn Holmes with viewers' comments on BBC TV. CONTACT: email pov<Sbbc.co.uk; call [number removed](local rate); or write to POV. BBC Birmingham, The Mailbox, Birmingham Bl 1RF
As part of the Climate Chaos season, Sally Magnusson explores the contribution Christian thinking can make to the debate about people's relationship with the environment. Hymns include For the Beauty of the Earth and Down in the River to Pray. The Climate Chaos season continues with Test the Nation - Know Your Planet at 8pm
With Matthew Amroliwala.
Regional News; Weather with Peter Gibbs.
Jurassic No Parking. Barry tries to get rid of an unwanted prize and Mrs Davenport sees a dinosaur. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Michael Aspel and the team of experts invite another selection of people to bring along their antiques for valuation, this time at Warwick Castle. Show more
The quiz show is back and this time, it's going green. As part of the BBC's Climate Chaos season, Anne Robinson and Phillip Schofield will be asking how well we know our planet and setting challenges to test how eco-savvy we really are.
Those competing in the studio will include explorers, weather forecasters, mums, builders, politicians, cyclists and celebrities. Viewers can play interactively by pressing the red button, online at www.bbc.co.uk/testthenation or on scoreboards you can find in the national press. Continues at 9.25pm. Director Julian Smith ; Series producer Nichola Hegarty VIDEO Plus+ code for 8.00-10.30pm (non-PDC)
Digital viewers can play interactively and access a range of features by pressing the red button on their television handset
Presented by Matthew Amroliwala.
Weather with Susan Powell.
The results are in. How did the studio participants fare against the viewers at home? Will the women beat the men - and can the celebrities ever show their faces in public again? The Climate Chaos season continues with Sir David Attenborough 's Can We Save Planet Earth? on Thursday at 9pm
The epic sci-fi adventure charting scientists' attempts to understand the Bermuda Triangle continues. 2/3. While Benirall's team is captured and interrogated, a peculiar weather phenomenon attracts Emily and Bruce's interest. Meeno has difficulty coping with a life he no longer recognises. Concludes tomorrow, 10.20pm. See Saturday choice.
Sea the difference: page 59
Erotic thriller starring Nick Mancuso and Suzy Amis. David Kenyon has a problem that just won't go away. His first wife, Deidre, has turned up and wants to get back together with him. Deidre won't take no for an answer and will kill to get her way. Armed with an illicit secret tape, she makes sure David's life will change for ever. Review page 48.
Director Mark L Lester (1996,18)
Followed by Weatherview
Holby City Diane feels the full force of Jordan's betrayal. Matt tries to shed his debt.
2.20 The Line of Beauty 2/3. Nick's affair reaches fever pitch at one of the Feddens' parties. (SD
3.20 The Armstrongs 8/8. Wry docusoap. (SU
3.50 A Seaside Parish 3/10. The Rev Chris Musser visits the tsunami-hit coastline of Thailand.
4.20 Downsize Me 6/9. In South Yorkshire.
Adaptation of Alan Hollinghurst's novel. It's 1986 and Nick is swept up in the euphoria of excess and power. His affair with self-destructive Lebanese millionaire Wani Ouradi reaches fever pitch. Show more
Documentary series about a double glazing company. Ann's fed up with the hassles of the window game and is trying to talk John into building up their new sign business, Usignia.
Documentary series following Rev Christine Musser in her Cornish parish. 6,000 miles away from home, Chris is horrified by what she sees on the tsunami-hit coastline of Thailand.
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
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