Regional Variations (2)
News and topical reports.
News and topical reports.
Andrew Marr, former BBC Political Editor, interviews key newsmakers and shines a light on the key events around the world this week.
Louise Minchin and Colin Jackson present more discussion and true stories, including a former builder who is all set to become Britain's first quad-amputee to fly a plane solo. Show more
Rural and agricultural current affairs programme. John Craven reveals why there's more to Stonehenge than its mysterious stones, and looks at the return of the Great Bustard. Show more
Jon Sopel and his political colleagues from around the nations and regions bring in-depth political reports from Downing Street to viewers' streets.
Wartime sitcom. It's pistols at dawn for Monsieur Alfonse and Rene, who are set to duel over the hand of Edith, and Hitler orders the Colonel's arrest. Show more
Tensions run high between Jay and Dawn at Jase's funeral, Garry leaves Dawn to make a decision about her future and Danielle gets caught in Ronnie and Archie's ongoing battle. Show more
Fantasy adventure series based on the legend of King Arthur. The evil sorceress Nimueh returns to Camelot and poisons Merlin. Can Arthur save him? Show more
Jeremy Vine investigates viewer reaction to the past week's BBC TV output and brings programme makers to book.
Last of the drama series based on Thomas Hardy's novel. Tess pleads with Angel to return home, all the while being relentlessly pursued by Alec. Will she find happiness? Show more
Aled Jones meets some Brits living on Spain's Costa del Sol, including former chart-topper Yazz. Graham Kendrick and his band perform foot-tapping hymns at Fuengirola Castle. Show more
National and international news, followed by Weather.
Regional updates from newsrooms across the UK.
Kate Silverton, Simon King, Jackson Looseyia and Jonathan Scott present the final live update on the antics of the leopards, lions and cheetahs at Kenya's Masai Mara game reserve. Show more
Finds include a gold bangle set with precious stones and a valuable silver cup when Fiona Bruce and the team visit Lanhydrock, near Bodmin in Cornwall. Show more
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly present the results from the fourth round of the celebrity ballroom dancing competition. Who will be thrown out of the competition for good? Show more
Stephen Fry explores the states of New England, before heading south to the nation's capital and ending up at the civil war battlefield of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. Show more
National and international news, followed by regional news and Weather.
Series examining the history of the guitar. The world's first electric guitar had nothing to do with jazz or blues, but evolved from Hawaiian-style music. Show more
Series of intimate performances by contemporary performers and musical legends. Backed by a string section and five-piece band, Duffy performs hits from her chart-topping debut. Show more
Romantic comedy about the relationship that develops between two close friends with very different personalities over the course of their four years in college. Show more
Detailed weather forecast.
Bruce Parry reaches the halfway point of his journey in the nature reserve of Mamiraua, home to the Amazon's most iconic species. He lives with the Ribeirinho, the river people. Show more
Drama series about a team of forensic pathologists. The team investigates the murder of a woman found dumped on the side of the road with her face removed. Show more
Series exploring the downside of fame. Piers Morgan talks to bad girl of British art, Tracey Emin, about the tabloids' reactions to her work and her rise to fame. Show more
BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.
This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More